The sentiment in here is a very human reaction.
Unfortunately, the same people with these feelings don't expect that the players may have harbored similar feelings. You can argue that they're professionals and should be above all that until you're blue in the face, but ultimately above all else, they are humans, and the perceived lack of trying, for me, comes down to what last year was a lack of direction. Just look at what happened when we had something to play for vs. when we didn't. (CL & Ranieri sacking)
Winning the league shouldn't take away from the day to day drama that is top flight football, and I think given enough time people will settle back into it. Being grungey, poor and cool is fashionable (the good old days of being in League One and Championship) but I can guarantee that what we're experiencing, and what we're yet to experience, will be looked back upon in history as one of our best periods. Enjoy it.
What's the point in getting behind a club working towards being a bigger and more successful club if the moment that becomes reality, you abandon it because it isn't the cool smaller club you used to support anymore, or because 'there are too many plastics'?
Plus what makes Leicester City isn't things like clappers or anything like that. It's something you identify with. It's the memories. It's the people. We're in a different ground, with a different playing staff, different non-playing staff and a largely different set of fans than we were 50 years ago, but we're still and always will be Leicester City. If that isn't enough then I'm sorry but you don't understand what it means to support a football club.