I wasn't against him from the start. I never wanted him but that doesn't mean I wanted him to fail. I wouldn't even say im strictly a Puel-outer either, I won't shed a tear if he goes but tbh I don't see anything happening with him anytime soon. I have generally just lost an interest with him being in charge. It's all about setting an impression, if he'd came in and had a season even semi close to what Ranieri did in his first season we wouldn't have an issue with him. Then we could have a run like the one we've been on the last few months and nobody would really bat an eyelid about wanting him sacked for another month or so atleast. The best times under Puel was what, the first 5 or 6 games? Since then the only consistency has been the inconsistency. Thats a whole year.
It also has a similar feeling to the last few months of Ranieri's reign where you can't see a light at the end of the tunnel. End of the day I can't relate to him seemingly no less than the players do, and in Puel's defence this has been a running theme with this squad for far too long now. Picking and choosing who and when they want to play for the manager. First and foremost I just want a manager who the players will fear to an extent. I very much doubt these players fear Puel. That said I don't feel like they'd fear anyone.