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I don't think that Stoner is to blame for the development direction that Ducati took. After the WC win they started making significant changes to the bike that Stoner didn't like. When the front end kept letting go will little or no warning he was far from happy. They took a winning bike and ruined it.
The screamer wasn't a better engine. The new engine is actually better but the frame and suspension are worse so riders can't get the performance out of the engine onto the track.
If they did get the frame and suspension sorted they could be challenging for podiums at least.