Loads of Portsmouth fans have reacted to Kenny Jackett’s latest comments on their protests to his continued presence in the dug-out.
Chants calling for the Pompey boss to be sacked were heard over the weekend and whilst he admits that it saddened him to hear them, he also says he respects their views.
#Pompey boss Kenny Jackett says fans chanting for his removal on Saturday was hurtful but he respects the right of supporters to express their opinion, especially given the defeat
— Andrew Moon (@mrandrewmoon) October 21, 2019
Is Portsmouth's clash with Lincoln a must win for Kenny Jackett?
After 11 matches, the South Coast side sit in 18th place, despite being made pre-season promotion candidates by many, just one point above the drop.
Saturday saw them lose 1-0 to relegation threatened AFC Wimbledon at Kingsmeadow, a win that saw the gap between Pompey and the drop zone narrow significantly.
Another tough test awaits them on Tuesday night when Lincoln City visit Fratton Park in what could well prove to be a make or break match for Jackett, with a win potentially seeing them rise to 14th place.
But despite his latest comments, it does not look like the pressure is about to ease on the boss…
Watching him manage is hurtful.
— Mason Lemon (@MasonLemon) October 21, 2019
It’s more hurtful watching us play at the minute
— R.L (@ryanlewis79) October 21, 2019
Lucky he’s not on Twitter then..
— Boxy (@darrenbox) October 21, 2019
Be louder tomorrow
— JM (@the3rdmitchell) October 21, 2019
— Zak (@pfczak) October 21, 2019
He still shows no emotion if that was me I would taking passionately about the situation and giving everything to turn it around. But still no emotion or passion talking boring waffle as normal
— Dan Stover (@DanStover89) October 21, 2019
@plattsie28 can't he just go
— Pompey Cal (@PFC_Callum) October 21, 2019