Friends Of Liverpool

After an abject, hapless performance earlier today down at bottom of the table, Portsmouth, the only positive I can take from the day’s football is that Man Utd were thumped 3-0 by Fulham with former Red, Danny Murphy opening the scoring.
We won’t win title number 19 this season, sadly, so I just hope that Man Ure don’t win it this season as they would move ahead of us on the number of Championships won.
God, we are having a nightmare season.
Humiliated in the Champions League, out of the Carling Cup and seventh in the League.
We finished second to Man Utd last season and only lost two games all season.
We have lost seven in the Premier League already this season.
The team is in trouble, the set-up just isn’t right we are conceding far too many goals and losing too many games.
The book-makers have Rafa Benitez at 7/1 on to be the next manager to lose his job.
I still believe he should be given until the end of the season before he is judged, he deserves that much time after his achievements at the club.
In any case, who would want to take over a club £230 million in debt and a tiny transfer kitty available?
Stan Collymore has been saying that Rafa has lost the dressing room, I don’t believe that for a minute, poor defending has been our problem all season.
Keep a clean sheet and we have half the job done, concede soft goals and you are in trouble.
In any case, the show must go on, next up is Mick McCarthy’s Wolves next week, lets hope for a better performance and a win from Liverpool.

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