I have no interest in an argument. If you had read what I was saying you would have realised I was speaking about a hypothetical situation whereby the regime didnt exist and we had the majority puling in the right direction. I was also quite specific that our results under the regime should be removed from the annals of time if possible. How individuals fared during this period should not be even contemplated as a barometer of their ability.
Im stoic in my opinion that we have players to be far more competitive than we have come close to being under the regime. That so many players have walked away speaks volumes in terms of their thinking behind it.
For some balance also, take a look at your new wunderkind Conor McDonalds scoring record against top tier sides under Dunne.