Bayern Munich's management has again insisted that Louis van Gaal's job is safe.
Bayern could be eliminated from the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday - if results go against them.
And with their league campaign continuing to stutter, pressure is mounting on Van Gaal - who only took charge in the summer.
Recent spats with players such as Luca Toni and Philipp Lahm have also not helped Van Gaal - but general manager Uli Hoeness, said they are not thinking about sacking him...yet.
"It is terrible how fast the speculation has bloomed in the media," said Hoeness.
"It is not easy to cope with the pressure built up by the media on the team, the players and the coach.
"All of us, in the club and the media, are too impatient with the team."
Meanwhile, summer signing Alexander Baumjohann has added further to the discontent at the Allianz Arena by revealing his unhappiness at a lack of first-team football.
The 22-year-old arrived in the summer on a Bosman from Borussia Monchengladbach - but he has started just once under Van Gaal.
"I have to play, I need to have match practice. I am thinking about my role at this club. It should be obvious I am unhappy," he told Kicker.
"I am not one going to wait forever for change of my status."
One man who is seemingly happier with life at the club is Daniel van Buyten - who is ready to sign a new deal with the club.
"Daniel (van Buyten) is playing his best campaign since joining our club," Bayern Munich executive chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said.
"We are happy with him and his form."