Is Brendan Rogers position under threat ?

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Long way off 4th place now, and very few games left.

No FA Cup would mean 3 years without a trophy.

Surely if that one goes, he must be on the way out ?
 
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where are all the liverpool fans today. ive never seen so many people disappear so quickly.
 

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two weeks ago he was the new Shankly, they were organizing a march with banners ' king Brendan of the North' and such like...

now they want Rafa back...............the Rafalution phase 2 banner has already been made............made by the same fans who spat in his face and called him him a useless c***

gota love them kopites
 

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Despite no trophies, Brendan Rogers is the best manager we've had in 25 years.
It's not his fault we lost Sturridge for most of the season. Nor the absence of Lucas and Ibe to injury or
Skrtel's ban and Gerrard, costing us in successive seasons.

No one in their right mind wants Benitez.
 

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5/10 for this one Spear. Johnny, you're really bitter aren't you? :bg1:
 
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Liverpool would be daft to get rid of Rodgers ! When trying to be successful you have to expect a few bumps along the way, Rodgers is a very good coach and last season he did great. This year he will have learnt a lot, the demands of champions league and europa league along with everything else.

Sacking Rodgers would be a bad move for sure !
 

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Despite no trophies, Brendan Rogers is the best manager we've had in 25 years.
It's not his fault we lost Sturridge for most of the season. Nor the absence of Lucas and Ibe to injury or
Skrtel's ban and Gerrard, costing us in successive seasons.

No one in their right mind wants Benitez.
It's not his fault that Sturridge is so injury-prone, but it is surely his fault that he didn't re-invest the Suarez money into a striker good enough to fill Sturridge's shoes when he inevitably takes time out due to injuries.
 

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We don't like saying we told you so, but............

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/liverpool-crisis-brendan-rodgers-faces-5465250
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Brendan Rodgers is facing a major dressing room crisis at Liverpool.

The Anfield boss called a meeting after training at Melwood yesterday and accused several players of not playing for him.

Some senior players spoke up angrily against Rodgers as they were left incensed at the accusation.

Some have been left disaffected in recent weeks and now Rodgers is facing the biggest test of his reign at Anfield.
 

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dare i say it i think Liverpool need a big name manager and quick, this squad is average and without Gerrard they will slip further down the league in the coming years

on the plus side the new main stand will be built in conjunction with the demise and it will be filled with more blues on derby day
 

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Got to hand it to Saltire, our sole resident Liverpool fan. He may be a div but he comes out swinging no matter what the results.

I have a feeling there used to be other Liverpool fans here as well though? One in particular who wouldn't shut up about thespus going AWOL when we were all on TFF? Maybe not.
 

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One in particular who wouldn't shut up about thespus going AWOL when we were all on TFF? Maybe not.
I'll bite. I'd say I've posted enough on TFF and even on here to show that shit results haven't stopped me coming back and making posts. I also fully expected to lose to Arsenal as I predicted in the thread. In short, any idiot who knows me will be aware that a lack of 'onlineness' either this weekend or any other time has nowt to do with football.
 
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