Friends Of Liverpool

With the shock news of Liverpool’s Fabio Borini breaking a bone in his foot while away with Italy’s U-21,s.
It leaves Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool FC with only one recognised striker in Luis Suarez for six to eight weeks.

It further underlines FSG’s flawed Summer tranfer dealings or the lack thereof. We all know how Andy Carroll was allowed join West Ham on loan without the signing of a replacement.

It was football suicide on the part of the owners.
We already have seen this Season how the lack of a quality striker has cost us points, like it did under Kenny Dalglish last year as well.

Now Brendan Rodgers has no choice but to throw in younster Adam Morgan, which is no bad thing as he is a natural goal-scorer.
But it should never have come to this.

What if Luis Suarez gets injured or suspended?

Its bordering on a crisis for Liverpool FC and John W. Henry with Tom Werner have only themselves to blame.

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