If you mean that he is aware that some sections of the fans want him gone, then for sure, he does know that. But does he feel that the majority of the fans want him gone, am not sure. I mean, when you look around the stadium after a game, do you honestly feel like 80% or 60% or even 50% of the fans in the stadium are protesting against him, vociferously? I just see a few with banners, spread across the stadium (I might be completely wrong cause I am only going by what little I see on TV). That is not real pressure from fans. Now, that doesn't mean that the ones without the banners want him to stay, but if they are silent, then they aren't really making him uncomfortable are they? That's what I meant.
As for the media, yes, I guess most of the senior journalists and quite a few pundits have been critical of him and think he should leave, so yes, there is pressure from there. What I meant was that that pressure is more of an irritant. It's not pressure that makes him nervous, that makes him question what he is doing. It's just something that he would rather avoid.
I didn't word that right. Like I said above, I meant the majority of the fans aren't making their displeasure obvious. It's only a few that a participating in the marches, or banners or singing or whatever. So while there might be many who don't want him anymore, only a few are expressing that in the open.