Like others have said, there's more to our problems than blaming one individual. Like we share in our successes, it's a collective responsibility when things don't go well. Obviously there's specific problems which we need to look at but bear in mind how quickly things can change. One of the huge problems we had yesterday was the lack of application of the players with a semi final on Wednesday coming up and Kenny himself has said in no uncertain terms that that wasn't good enough. Aside from that, a lack of creativity and a lack of a goal scorer has been a huge issue all season and something that's been hugely apparent in recent weeks. Downing, Carroll and Adam were meant to be those players but as of yet, haven't been (Adam's faded after a bright start) so the club and those players need to take responsibility for that. All in all, our dealings generally (both ins and outs) on the evidence so far haven't been successful. Our tactics in certain games have also to be questioned, such as playing Adam and Gerrard together in CM (admittedly Lucas and Spearing out doesn't help) and again, the coaches and manager have to take responsibility when it doesn't work out.
I do think there's some deep rooted problems at the club that others have alluded to, such as our lack of ruthlessness over the last 20 years and us putting the individual above the club we as fans have to take some blame for that. We'll find out in the coming months and years if that's going to change but it certainly needs to if we're going to get to where we want to be. And us as fans need to change as well, instead of jumping to conclusions far too quickly, we should give some time to our manager, to our coaches, to our DoF and to our players to get things right. No one said it was going to be easy to get into the Champions League, that there weren't going to be problems and times when things wouldn't be plain sailing and throwing our toys out of the pram when there's trouble doesn't help. Yeah, we can question and debate but some of the reading over the past 24 hours has been a pain - we're not perfect, far from it in fact but we shouldn't be giving up after 6 months and think that everything's all doom and gloom given everything that's happened in recent times and given some of our performances this season. At least, I don't think we should.