I really wouldn't be surprised if he went tomorrow, he got a better performance in first half hour, but the goal removed hope. We don't have that creative player with individual quality? I agree, but Koeman had opportunity to make priority or address, I think once he goes from blaming it on the players he inherited, to ones bought under his tenure or the ones not bought under his tenure, he's really taking the piss.
I think he was generally trying to be more overly positive about performance and players. But you just can't sit around with £140m players and blame a lack of creativity, options or quality. If Koeman's priority was creativity or a goalscorer, or he had a problem with the business, he's waited until the wrong time to realise it or make it known.
I think Kenwright has been loyal to managers, and him and Moshiri took a while to get rid of Martinez, but I think we are in similar territory despite differing timescales. They will recognise the situation and know that it's becoming near impossible for him to be able to turn it around, and the level of fan anger, so why persist when clearly a major problem long term.