The 'real supporters support while the critics should eff off and support Arsenal/Chelsea/whoever' debate has been run and re-run on this site and elsewhere, and it's getting just a bit stale. You're apparently happy with Levy, Pochettino and things as they are, so why are we in such a mess? Changing the manager after half-a-dozen bad results can clearly be a mistake, but we've got a whole season of decline behind us - even when we kept winning early in 2018/19, we had a string of last-minute goals and penalties to thank, but our form in this calendar year has been abysmal, the CL run being a total fluke, for which Pochettino deserves no credit whatsoever. A new manager can transform a club, as Redknapp did with us in 2008, and even a dead cat bounce like Sherwood's in 2013/14 is better than the unravelling we're currently experiencing, with Pochettino seeming every bit as disillusioned as any of the players, regardless of whose fault the situation is. That's my opinion, and I'm stuck with it!