Lets get this right, the only thing I've done is say there have been times when he has actually done ok. I've also been pretty clear there have been plenty of times that he's been woeful. I've posted one game above where he created three clear cut chances. That was posted to counter the nonsense that gets put on here where people clearly go over the top.
Why would I drop someone now they are performing well? If you want to rewind a few games though where Mahrez, Albrighton, Vardy were performing equally as poorly, yeah I'd have dropped them and tried him. But I doubt it would have done much good as we were playing under someone who clearly couldn't get the best out of them anymore.
Firstly, nobody has an issue with people fairly discussing how he's played, no matter how badly. What people have a problem with is someone being written off. Every single player was performing badly, clearly affected by either Ranieri and his poor tactics, or by the fact nobody believed in him any more and they didn't want to play for him. If proven performers are playing like dog muck, then it's basic common sense that Musa could also have been affected by exactly the same things. That's undeniable.
As the last few months have shown, have they? That's really what you've taken away from the last few months and not just bad management. Our usually performing players were absolute muck all season, clearly this season has been nothing to do with "passengers", but something else entirely.
As for "proven", if you want to base your entire opinion on players based around a period where nobody proved themselves. Then that's up to you, but it's not your money and it's not your investment on the line. The club, on the other hand will want to be sure and anyone with any logical thought will notice how bad everyone had been playing and not just the new signings.
Why can't we give people time?
There will be other holes coming up in the squad this summer that can be filled with new players should we wish to. Should we have sold DD because he didn't perform the first season in the prem, or Vardy until the last run of games... remember people being happy to sell him to West Brom? We gave them time, there was no need to rush to flog them off, just as there isn't now.
Selling at a massive loss and paying half his wages for another three years would be the very last option and not the one you taken when there is massive question mark sat above everyone's heads about why they were under performing.