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After tonight’s defeat to Tottenham 2-1, Liverpool’s owners FSG must surely, finally realise that they have to invest again in the club.

Brendan Rodgers is doing a manful job of putting out a team every three days or so, in pursuit of  success.

However, he is under the cosh with the diminished squad he has available to him at Anfield.

With only one recognised striker in Luis Suarez, we have continued to struggle to pick up points, score goals or even win matches.

Yes, we matched Spurs and were better than them in all parts of the field, except in the final third.

Suarez cannot do it on his own every game, Enrique is a converted full-back, Downing is useless and young Sterling needs a rest now and then in the Premier League.

So, John W Henry, Tom Werner and all at FSG, its time to invest in forwards in January.

Remember we let Maxi, Bellamy and Kuyt go in the Summer, not to mention Andy Carroll.

Do the right thing, buy some players or we will just be a mid-table team again.

That will be unacceptable to all Liverpool fans.

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