I think you are right HV8, it's not time to sack anyone yet, but this past month should have warning bells ringing and contingencies being discussed.
The team has lost three games they should have won and history has shown that winning games against Perth has proven about as useful as painting over a crack; temporary satisfaction but ultimate frustration.
Management should have enough insight to recognise if there is a problem. If they are too ignorant or unwilling to impliment change (if/when required)then the future of this club is grim.
The fan base may have tolerated the past few seasons but the message is clearer now more than ever. The roster is better, the record is better but still significantly less people see value in the experience (average home crowd appears to be down almost 1100 people from last season)*.
Meanwhile in Perth, NZ, Cairns, Melbourne and Woolongong average crowds appear either on par or considerably better than last season. All these teams but Melbourne have retained their coach and the core of their roster for multiple seasons...Melbourne I put down to new venue, new import and aggressive marketing.
Adelaide has the same coaching staff but the starting five has been significantly different every season with only Johnson recieving an upgraded from the bench..Hmmmm
*sourced from Wikipedia