I liked the discussions but I didn't agree with too many conclusions. As, I think, Kris said, can we trust the people at the club to pick a replacement who is better than Kenny? I really don't think so, moreover, without a proper CEO and DOF, Kenny is hardly working in the best conditions. If he hadn't had to focus so much energy on the Suarez affair I'm sure he would have done a better job. People talk about how the Suarez affair affected Suarez and subsequent performances - but no allowances are made for the manager. He was an easy target in a case of alleged racism, the whole country was taking potshots at him. If we had a CEO and DOF taking the stress of that away, I'm sure he could have got more out of the squad.
Furthermore, I agree with Jim Boardman's point, I agreed with his argument that we are constantly panicking about falling behind adds undue pressure to the team. Look at what happened to Newcastle, they essentially played the entire season with no pressure. Liverpool have it differently because our expectations are so wildly out of sync with the squad. We need to take Kenny's words to heart, take each game as it comes and see where we are at the end of the season. We didn't do that this season, we constantly panicked about where we would be, how far we fell behind and how this season would be the last chance to get back into the top four etc etc.
Sick of the expectations which do no good for our club.