Bear in mind, 4 of these last 6 games have been against Chelsea, United, the RS and Spurs. Sure, the West Brom and Bournemouth games were shit, and if that's the pattern as we move forward then questions should start to be raised.
I think one thing we can all agree on is that we were all disappointed to be in a position where Sam Allardyce was even a contender to be our manager. With our new investment, potential new stadium etc., this wasn't in the script. But it does feel like some people have waited for the first signs of trouble to jump on his back - even the good results were only received begrudgingly in some quarters.
With the entertaining thing too, we got 4th place by playing a pretty dry, uninspiring brand of football. Equally, I'm sure when Chelsea won the league under Mourinho they didn't care how they got the results. Obviously, though, if you're football is crap and you're not even getting results, you need to change tack.
He's been brought in with a short-term goal and started off really well - with that, though, you only have a limited honeymoon period because you have to produce good results quickly. There's been a dip in results and we definitely need to improve, that's plain to see. But he's been here for a month and a half and has brought in one player. Put the knives away and get behind the team - if the results and performances are still like this a little while down the line, then that's when he should be criticised.