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  • A Yahoo! User Mar 9, 2010 06:11 Flag

    Anyone still support Fatlad now

    Villa 3 points behind us with 3 games in hand and there next 3 games are Stoke, Wigan and Wolves. City 1 point behind and they have Sunderland Fulham and Everton with 2 games in hand. Spurs ahead one point with 1 game in hand they get Blackburn Stoke and Portsmouth next. We have Manure coming up.....Fcuk of Fatboy and let Kenny see out the season...................

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    • I will support Rafa, but only because it is in the club's best interest. Let's not forget that now we have to think beyond the current situation, let's put our frustrations aside and focus on doing everything possible in order to minimize the damage. Even though that means supporting Rafa until the end of the season!

      Rafa will go on his own will, no question in my mind. Now we have to start thinking about leaving the club in the best position possible to start a complete overhaul in the summer.

      We need to put our focus on the owners, on getting them out of Liverpool.

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      • It is not in the best interest of the club....Fatlad should resign not take 20 mill and let Kenny build the dressing room back up for the rest of the season...If Zorro remains till the end of the season the players will become more jaded and the likes of Stevie Nando and Carra will go for ....christs sake Carra still hold a first team starting place and is talking about going.......Now it is about instilling a belief in the players that next season we can progress Rafa does not understand how to motivate poo.......l Istanbul was great but it's over time to accept we have to move on now or lose the core of the team that we can build on no gerrard no torres no big name manager no players like Villa full stop

      • I'll support the team and the club as always, Rafa can go to f*ck for all I care, plain and simple.

    • Except Dsteer of course

    • Yeah let Kenny see out the season, a peron who hasnt managed a football team for around ten years, a person who was only ever good at Livepool, a person who was only good at Liverpool as he inherited a decent team, and it went to shit towards the end of his time.

      I agree with gettign rid of Rafa, but getting in Dalglish until the end of the season, I mean c`mon FFS!

    • The team have lost all passion and hope and thats all down to fatso. I'm depressed to as most of you are but what can we do. Fatso has a bankrupt board by the short and curlys but our only ray of hope is the garrantee that he made for getting forth place. If he any sort of a man he will resign but I cant see that happening as I think the man is completly delusional.

    • Just watched the interview with him he looks a very lost soul, can't see us finishing 4th, we need a miracle in fact, whether it's now or the end of the season he's got to go plain and simple.

      1-0 down with 20 minutes left and only one striker on the pitch, any other manager would have gone with 2 up top and changed things around, but no we stuck with the same old same old.

    • Dave just a couple of things...

      Is the manager losing the dressing room the only reason you will say enough is enough and its time for him to go or are there any other factors that would make you think rafas time is up? The reason I ask is that this seems to be one of your main arguments for keeping him 'he hasn't lost the dressing room'.

      Secondly, I have seen you say a few times in the past about the progression we have made year on with regards to points total in relation to the league leaders. Now, if we dont make a progression on last years 4 point gap surely that is sign that rafa's time is up? Maybe the 4 points is a bit much, but the way we are going we will have an even bigger gap than the season before...surely a sign of regression and that it is time to start afresh?

      I have always agreed in the past that as long as we make progression then I can stick with the current set up but this season has been a big leap backwards, nevermind a step.

    • Nobody can categorically state whether Rafa has lost the dressing room or not that goes without saying, it's a matter of opinion, I believe he has whether we lost one game in the last 10 or not alot of the players faces have been dejected in some of the games and last night the players were crying out for Rafa to change things when our gameplan was'nt working but Rafa and his coaching staff were unable to do this, who do the players look to for inspiration and tactical changes they look to the manager who seems unable to make game winning decisions, who's job is it to motivate these players when the 'chips' are down, it's upto the manager and his coaching staff, last night I saw a team who could not or would not play for him or the club and that hurts, and that for me was the dominating factor in me making my opinion, the players just couldnt be ar*ed mnus one or 2.

      Time to go, thanks for Istanbul but please let someone bring new ideas into the club.

    • I will support Rafa, but only because it is in the club's best interest. Let's not forget that now we have to think beyond the current situation, let's put our frustrations aside and focus on doing everything possible in order to minimize the damage. Even though that means supporting Rafa until the end of the season!

      Rafa will go on his own will, no question in my mind. Now we have to start thinking about leaving the club in the best position possible to start a complete overhaul in the summer.

      We need to put our focus on the owners, on getting them out of Liverpool.

    • Nice side step lol

    • Im not really sure what it will take for the board to sack him but I m guessing players such as Torres, Gerrard, Masch etc thinking about leaving in the summer will come close to forcing the boards hand. Whilst he is still manager I will support him no matter how rubbish he is or how stupid the fool is starting to make us look!

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