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by kopthatduffers (U13669444) 19 December 2009
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what a shambles of a game that was we looked pathetic. the players really have to start looking at themselves. i cannot believe the state the club is now in.

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posted Dec 20, 2009

Don't worry Liverpool Lemmings, hard as it is to believe, but Rafa has a cunning plan.

He's already got agreement in principle to sign Harry Potter in the January window.

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posted Dec 20, 2009

From now on, I will love to see Rafa going away from Melwood; along with Lucas Leiva, Andry Voronin and Glenn Johnson as well. I couldn't understand the strategy he was used yesterday and previous games. How can the big team just depends on three players only? Did he thought his buying policy are well enough?

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comment by lfc4cl (U11723845)

posted Dec 20, 2009

I have always had faith in benitez but when a team who should be challenging for number 1 loses to a team who is currently bottom, then you have to start questioning what on earth benitez is playing.

Why play dossesna when he has aurelio and benyoun on the bench?

I think Harry Potter would be a good buy in the transfer window.

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posted Dec 20, 2009

i really do feel its got to the point now where refa needs to go. last season we lost to spurs when they were bottom and playing dreadful, now we've lost to the bottom team again. i realise the ongoing ownership may not have helped, but this club is so in crisis its unbelievable. i had always defended rafa because i could not see an answer as to who we'd replace him with. its got to the point now where i think it would be hard to do a worse job. the clun seriously needs new owners, new management, some new players and a decent up and coming youth squad. its a shambles and its humiliating. even if we were somehow to win the uefa cup and scrape into the top four, its a complete and total failure. what a joke.

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posted Dec 20, 2009

Rafa seems to be deliberatly selecting wrong players. When you are placed seventh in the league you would select the best of the best for the battle. Rafa knows his days are numbered and expecting earlier compensation for early dismissal.

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posted Dec 20, 2009

When will Rafa call an end to his ridiculous rotation policy.. Because of all the rotation players cannot gel and do not know each others position. I would love to see strongest 11 each week on consistent basis. Unfortunately Rafa will not be fired as cost too much. Sad to see club in such condition with load of rubbish purchased.

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posted Dec 21, 2009

Can I finally see LIVERPOOL FANS coming round to the fact that rafa needs sacking???

There was people selling BANNERs on the streets for the Wigan game to GET RAFA OUT and Liverpool fans really didn't want to know. Now I just hope the next game they get behind this protest. Hes destroying the club now.

Losing to rock bottom Portsmouth must be the last straw for you Liverpool fans.

Rafa just wants his COMPY MONEY and will do anything to get sacked now. He wont walk. He's taking you DOWN......Until you fans have had enough and rebel with the owners.

Sad to think but this is what you RAFA is doing!!!!

SACK him quickly!!!!

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posted Dec 21, 2009

Take my word for it, Americans only want their ill gotten gains to make more money and success. Mark hughes will be liverpool manager by the new year!

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comment by Novak (U12740525)

posted Dec 21, 2009

Sack Rafa and then what ??? rebuild for another 5 years with a new manager ?? Sacking Rafa will not resolve anything, Rafa needs support from owners... how much cash have they actually coughed up since they arrived ?? Liverpool are unlucky and not getting the breaks, thats all there is to it... Another spectacular goal against Liverpool yet again, would that have gone in against Chelsea or Man Utd ??? Liverpools luck will change soon...

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comment by js65572 (U9859092)

posted Dec 21, 2009

I wonder if Rafa was offered the Man City job behind the scenes a few months back akin to Mancini he would have taken it?

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