I still believe the focus has to remain squarely on Pioli, though if we want to shoehorn something positive in too, fine.
No, I don't believe he'll be fired mid-season but he is, by far, our biggest problem and not just one minor grievance in a litany of complaints. If we pat ourselves on the back for mentioning him once and move on from Pioli, then it'll look like throwing him out the door isn't really that high of a priority.
how many emo kids does it take to change a lightbulb?
none they just sit in the dark and cry