Ok, I'll bite.
You should have saved yourself the bother. What I meant was the handful of people who keep telling us after every reasonable result that he's a good manager, doing a good job and it's everyone else's fault. Typically they're not here defending him after the umpteenth poor performance against what we should view as a lesser team.
As I said, the argument for keeping him, certainly beyond the end of the season, gets weaker by the game.