Correct. He went through a period when he seemed very negative, but this season, he's been much more even-handed.
To be fair to Andy, he's always been a League man through and through. I know that he's sometimes found it hard to persuade his editors at the Grauniad to give him space in the paper to write about League. He primarily writes about cricket because it pays the bills - if more media outlets were keen on regular, lengthy League articles he wouldn't need to do that.
I've also seen him at amateur matches down South on several occasions, supporting his local club (he lived in Oxford at one point - I've no idea if he does now). He can be positive, though he's as aware of everyone else of League's problems. Unfortunately, his Editors rarely think League is newsworthy unless - as with Flower's moment of brutal idiocy - it shows the sport in a poor light.
Chris Irvine is more of an issue in my opinion. I have respect for him, but his endless negativity is wearing even for the most cynical of souls.