Cueto, for one, has seen almost everything in over a decade with the club - from the European Challenge Cup wins of 2002 and 2005 along with the Premiership victory in 2006 right the way through to narrowly avoiding relegation in 2010.
While he believes they have let supporters down with their start to the season, Cueto has called for encouragement rather than discord as Sale bid to get up and running.
"We feel like we've let everyone down. It's up to us to get the club out of a hole and there's no bigger challenge than facing Leicester to try and find your first win," said Cueto.
"The pressure is off us to a degree - obviously there's always pressure when you're five from five defeats - but we're looking forward to getting that first win and to get a scalp like Leicester would be great.
"It's the sort of fixture that if you win, your season can completely change direction. That one win will get us rolling. Watching the games, there's a lot of positive things to pluck.
"It's not like we're the bottom of the pile and we've no clue how to fix it or there's no light at the end of the tunnel, there are a lot of positives. But when you're in the position we're in, then it's difficult not to look at the negatives and get bogged down by that.
"We're trying to be positive - let's get that one win and it will completely turn the whole perspective around.
"The lads are good considering where we are and being five defeats from five - it's not a pretty place and not exactly where we expected to be at the start of the season," he added.
"Things were so positive in the summer after the back of the decent last year - qualifying for the Heineken Cup and the big-name signings - moving to the new stadium, so it was all positive."
Mark is in his usual number 11 shirt against the Tigers at Salford City Stadium tonight, kick off 8.00 pm.
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