Don't give me your BS advice, I am more than capable of supporting a team without being extreme about it. That's what differentiates me from other football fans.
You may or may not be, but history up to now hasn't really shown that to be the case. With you it always seem to be either pushing one extreme opinion
, whilst contradicting yourself several times.
As for the rest of your post, I seriously doubt now whether you've been reading anything I've written on here since the season started. It sure seems like it. You're putting words into my mouth saying that I am blaming only Klopp for the situation the team is in right now, I have stated many times before the list of reasons for why this team is in such a funk right now (don't really have to repeat them, there's a forum archive to look through if you wish) but again, if we recall last season when the team had a bad injury crisis even then, they still finished 2nd in the league. It's arguable that the injury crisis and the form of some players is worse this year, but for me it's just not enough to excuse being bottom of the league after half a season, especially when a lot of Klopp's in-game tactics have been very questionable since the first match. He deserves a ton of credit for everything he did in the past, but he also deserves at least some share of the criticism for what is happening now. I think that's fair, he isn't immune to any blame for the team being bottom right now when we both know the potential is much bigger than the results are showing.
And you really don't know me if you think I am one of those types that want a coach gone when results aren't good and the same for the next and so on. For me results are an important part of the business, but I pay more attention to process when it comes to a team. If there are clear signs and gradual improvements made, then results will follow eventually. That is how football works. However, this team still looks shambolically disorganized offensively and looks a shadow of the team even 8 months ago when it isn't even THAT strong then, let alone 2-3 years ago. A 46% pass success rate with the players that played this game is terrible, from whatever angle you look at it. This coming after a winter break where the team has had time to evaluate things and fix some of the issues only to look the exact same as they did before is inexcusable and I don't see how results are expected to come if things continue the way they have been going so far.
Of course, I'm not an impatient person. Never was when it came to managers (as I hope to become one myself at this level someday, God willing) as I am very sympathetic towards the lack of support they get while they're in the job and everything isn't running smoothly.I still hope Klopp turns things around somehow and stays at the club as he is generally the best guy Dortmund could have. There is still time to somewhat repair things and leave a strong sign for the future, but up to now I am not convinced that this will happen and won't be until the team has a clear direction again. Maybe injuries have disrupted that a lot, I'm still not convinced it's the root to the poor style of play we've played, but now that everyone is back there are no more excuses to cling onto. We will see now where this ship is truly headed under Klopp.