I can take it.
It's only my opinion of course - but if people have lost interest, then that is up to them, whatever the reason. The Glory Hunter jibe was a dig at those who seem to want to live in a different world where we have loads of money, are sitting in the PL season after season and anything less is total failure, with no room for consolidating, no room for rebuilding, no understanding that sometimes you have to take a step backwards before you go forwards, no faith that the club knows what it is doing and that the correct decisions have been made to progress our club.
It's hard to convince people when you lose a home match or two, or appear to be struggling to get the balance right, but this season has been like starting afresh - Pukki, Rhodes, Aarons, Buendia, Marshall, Hernandez as a first choice, Thompson, Godfrey, Leitner as a first choice, Hanley as captain.
We have McLean and Vrancic to come back, Godfrey to establish himself, Aarons to develop as a regular right back, Buendia to find his feet and overall a lot of development to come across the squad. I genuinely wish I could get to more matches this season, such is the extra interest there in seeing how things develop with the young players and how the new players integrate.
Fair enough if you don't feel like that, but there is a genuine sense that some people are living in a world where the grass is greener elsewhere, in the land of milk and honey where money grows on trees and perfect investors are waiting around every corner.
Sometimes, what you have is better than what you imagine could be better. We are set on a course - it's not certain it will be all good but it certainly isn't certain it will be all bad either. The joy is in the uncertainty.....but of course you have to accept uncertainty to be able to appreciate it.