Not sure this is fair. They obviously have not done enough last year and for this upcoming season, but we were really good during Marsch's tenure here.
I know a lot of people will disagree with this, but I view RB's firing of Petke as an example that they cared, at least in 2015, about winning. Why fire a coach that the majority of fans adored? Why piss off so many people? One argument would be, that they don't care about the fans. I think it's more likely, they didn't think Petke was any good and brought in someone that they, correctly, thought was. They felt it was the right decision for winning, so they took the unpopular route.
All that said, ownership has gone AWOL this offseason.
I think there are reasons for the Petke firing that none of us were privy to. I'm convinced something happened behind the scenes. This is speculation, of course. But for the longest time after he was sacked, he didn't get a look from a single MLS club. I'm guessing there was a reason he wasn't getting interviews. Absent some other reason, the lack of interviews was perplexing considering his strong record as manager (which included a shield win). For whatever reason, this hasn't been reported on, or the Red Bulls did a great job of keeping the lid on the real reasons for Petke's firing. But I'm convinced it was more than just thinking Petke wasn't a great manager.
Whatever the reason, however, in hindsight the decision certainly to sack Petke certainly looks better. Marsh, IMO, is clearly a better manager than Petke (who was a good manager for us, BTW).