"recruit more or less a whole squad which will be entirely the managers"
We have seen it before when huge changes are made to playing staff it can take a long time to gell in. Unless ofcourse some of the players are familiar with the current manager.
"Warnock will become manager, that I am sure on, but it just means that we will recruit Warnock players who play his style. When he goes, we’re back to square one when he arrived of having players who don’t fit his system."
Yes there will inevitably be changes to playing staff every time we change managers, heck we bring new players in each transfer window. Warnock will likely build a squad of strong and experienced players. Which isnt a bad base to build from if in the event we do change direction post Warnock.
"Fresh, forward thinking and strategically planned. If the money is there to spend please go after a high profile manager like Leeds did with Bielsa. That appointment was worth more than any player they could have bought on the market. There must be someone like that available instead of an ageing Warnock??"
I'd love a Bielsa type of manager but those kind of managers also want alot of money to get the types of players they want. Which I don't think we have, it's either a decent manager or rebuild the squad which we desperately need to do. We have a glaring lack of leadership in our squad, we have a few youngsters with potential.
I also agree with others regarding "long term" managers, you don't see many teams keeping managers beyond 3 years. So Warnock being here for a year or two isn't a bad thing for either party right now.