Dyer claimed he had no problem being fired from his team.
boss Alex Dyer believes his club's board supports him after his side's fifth straight defeat.
Killie suffered their eighth defeat in the ninth game in the Scottish League against Livingston. In the final seconds of the game, Dyer's side lost the draw. Chris Burke put the hosts ahead in the 48th minute, but Emmanuel-Thomas equalized with a long shot, and Robinson finished in the final seconds. Dyer is confident of the club's board's support, but if they decide to fire him, it will not be a problem.
“It’s difficult to take. We were in the game and we would have taken a point given the run we are on.
“It wasn’t to be as they’ve scored with the last kick of the game and it’s a sickener for myself and the players.”
“I’m a simple guy and I know what I know. I’ve been around the block a little bit so it’s not a problem,"
Dyer told when asked if he was questioning himself.
“The boys are hurting. It’s obvious the boys want to change things but they need a little bit of luck. But we have to stay together and go through the bad times.
“We’ve had two good years at this club where we finished fifth and third and we have to regroup. We have to regroup and go again until someone tells you otherwise.”
Asked about board's support, Dyer said:
“Of course I have. I’ve got no problem.
“The board are a good board. If they turn around tomorrow and say it’s time, I will shake their hands and I will move on, it’s not a problem. There will be no animosity, there will be no hatred, because they have always been good to me since I have come here.
“So it’s not a problem. I know where I’m from and I know what I’ve got and I’m lucky enough to be at a good football club with good people. So it’s not a problem.”