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For me on a personal level the one minor positive from this last game and the season being over is that the next game Liverpool play will be one that I am attending in my home city. Under 8 weeks and counting. It will be interesting to see what changes are made between now and then to see what squad / staff comes over to Australia.
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Brendan - 2 days ago "I am 150% sure i will be manager next season"
Brendan - Today "If the owners want me to go. I will go"

Looks difficult after that result for brendan. We will find soon enough. The sooner the better. We need to fix the team asap.
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Sorry to hear what happened today guys. I really hope you come back stronger next year. Stick in there, it's never easy.

Cheers!
+2
Balotelli talking like he will be here next year.. think again!
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honestly support the guy he plays for us. Yea he might not have done s**t all this season but as least he shows some pride.


Stick up for your team and players.
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Guys just a quick link to a useful page to clear up any confusion about European qualification for next year.
In short, we are playing in Europe football next season. Even Southampton in 7th can still make it if Arsenal win the FA Cup. We may have to go through third qualifying round still.

http://www.premierleague.com/en-gb/news/news/2014-15/apr/160415-european-qualifying-places-explained.html
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Just a question I want to put out there. Do you guys think we will realistically get Klopp (or another manager)? Like at this stage I know almost everyone wants BR out but is there an actual possibility of that happening? What do you guys think?
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The priority should be Klopp, Rafa, De Boer in that order.
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Remove the transfer committee or change the policies that would dissallow a manager to pick which players he would want to purchase instead of picking from a bunch of names that were pre picked by a group of chimps.

Rafa and De Boer will be very interested in the role.

For Klopp we will have to give him complete control of everything and mabey some huge incentives.
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Agreed, but do you realistically think BR will get the sack or na?
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I see Klopp going to either:

A- Real Madrid
B- Man City
C- Liverpool

We are definitely the least attractive of the lot but I feel like he would relish the challenge here at LFC. Also, that passion that Klopp shows would be very well appreciated by our own passionate fans. On paper, it seems the perfect match.
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I think its easy to forget that klopp also suffered from a bad season. His starlet reus got injured and s**t went to hell. They were even JUMBO in bundesliga around xmas. Sturridge got injured and we were struggling as a result. I dont follow bundesliga that much but its easy to fall in love with succesful underdogs like athletico, dortmund, juventus who built their teams on teamspirit and smart and cheap signings and became top drawer teams.

I havent made my mind yet. Sure as hell would like to try on Klopp for variation but that is my FM-brain speaking. I think we should build on consistency but even Rodgers are quite inconsistent and failing so bad with ALL signings. Coutinho and sturridge were great but what else is there?

Some might call for benitez' return but i dont know... Except for torres.. Did HE do any remarkable signings? Kuyt perhaps.

If we get another manager he will need two years to exchange all current players and spend another £100 mil on mediocrac(z)y again.. Same old story over again.
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Rafa had quiet a few good signings actually:

Mascherano, Skrtl, Benayoun, Torres (you already mentioned him), Arbeloa, Aurelio (injury prone), Agger, Rheina, Garcia, Alonso, Baros. He also brought back Fowler I believe and of course bought many youngsters including Sterling. His problem was that he had to sell in order to buy (net spend only 11.3 million per season!).

If he had had the financial backing to keep all his players we would have had a great backbone for the last 10 years. I mean Alonso, Mascherano, Arbeloa were (still are) first choice at Barca/Real for many years. With them and Gerrard we could have challenged for the title a few more times for sure.

I know Rafa's teams could lack goal threat sometimes but at least we had balance and a good defense. I believe that Rafa with the right players could build a beast team and Klopp as well. I'd prefer both over BR any day but in any case the idiotic transfer committee has to go
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^ you summed up Rafa, he is a defensive coach like mourinho is at Chelsea. he might have not been as explosive as other managers here but he brought consistency
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I think you should get rid of the transfer committee, but get a proper DoF like Zorc or Emenalo. So if the next manager pans out, you can still continue the project. I really think you need someone like Rafa, someone disciplined to bring back that intensity and defensive astuteness. I don't think he'll win the league, but he could set up a good foundation, establish a winning mentality and something that could be continued by another young manager.
King Kenny was sacked by the owners even after winning the CC and getting to a FA final (yes we were garbage in the league that year) so I honestly don't see how Rodgers could be hear come the start of next season.

He's lost the dressing room it seems like and is very stubborn with tactics. Hasn't won any trophies while being here and has spent £200m+ with nothing to show for it. (The TC can take some of that blame as well)

The manager can't take ALL the blame, but a good chunk of it falls on him. Along with some of the players we have here look like they could give a f**k about the club. Borini, Balo, Johnson, Enrique, Allen, Sterling can all piss off.

My preference as far as managers go

1. KLOPP
2. Ancelotti
3. Rafa
4. De Boer

All of which who have CV's with some kind of trophy winnings. Not to mention experience in Europe.

Ideally:

Rodgers gone---> new manager
Transfer committee scraped---> DOF
Deadwood players scraped---> quality players in

Call me over dramatic but this season has been f*****g horrendous. We've bottled under pressure and have f*****g gifted manure that 4th spot.

This club NEEDS a shake up top to bottom. I'll always love the club even if we were in the championship but the people involved with the club have let us fans down big time.
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I'm scared that the owners don't give a f**k about the performances or even the current state of the club and only see fit to sack a manager when the money stops rolling in. I pray to God we see some sort of change to this club, anything to get us out of this slump
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1. Rafa (We need to fix our defense ASAP)
2. Klopp
3. De Boer
I want Rodgers to go. I don't blame him for all that has happened this season, but the man has a big mouth and his credibility has now dropped to a record low. I also assume that by now he must have lost the entire dressing room, so he has to go. Period.

But like I said, I don't blame him for everything, and James Pierce makes some interesting points regarding our current situation:

"Rodgers has undoubtedly made mistakes but anyone who thinks all the Reds’ ills will be cured by a change of manager is kidding themselves.

This is a club lacking direction both on and off the pitch.

A club which failed miserably to seize the golden opportunity it had last summer to get back competing for the big prizes on a regular basis.

A club which operates with a flawed transfer policy which prioritises young potential over proven talent.

A club which puts its faith in a transfer committee which left the squad so short of firepower the Reds have effectively spent the campaign going into battle armed with only a pea shooter."

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/stoke-6-1-liverpool-match-verdict-9322358

Like Gary Neville said a couple of days ago, we are in danger of becoming a provincial club or something like that. I hate to say it, but we're going to need a massive overhaul once again, or we'll be fighting mediocrity for a long time.
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BR get the f**k Out. You did well with suarez last season but you can't keep on buying 20 year olds and take top 4 seriously. Everyone knows you narrowly missed your chance when you were 'potential' but you need to get over it. Your methods and tactics are decent but you need to buy established players. This is not the u21s league. Rodgers out, rafa/klopp in
+1
A Goal Difference of 4 sums up our Season!
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This is just embarrassing. Under no circumstances can you concede 6 times.

No plan, no pride, no professionalism.

A lot of people need to go.
+8
Completely agree


9 hours ago
Brendan Rodgers apologised to the Liverpool support after the humiliating 6-1 defeat at Stoke City and accepted there would be doubts about his future as manager
10 hours ago
Steven Gerrard scored on his last Liverpool appearance but Stoke were 5-0 up by half-time and won 6-1, with Mame Biram Diouf scoring twice
14 hours ago
Few players are world beaters at such a young age but the Liverpool attacker’s Premier League figures are more interesting than the ones with pounds signs
1 day ago
Having taken the lead early in the season, José Mourinho and Chelsea held on with clinical efficiency, their rivals must work hard to make sure they do not repeat their dominance next term
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From Liverpool’s frustration and Hull’s collapse to the cocky pre-season prediction that came good: 2014-15’s best and worst
1 day ago
Roy Hodgson believes Raheem Sterling’s trials and tribulations, most obviously with Liverpool, will prepare him mentally to become a major star in the future
2 days ago
After a season ruined by injury the young full-back Jon Flanagan has signed a deal to provide a reminder of happier times for supporters
2 days ago
Arsène Wenger has said he would not be put off signing Raheem Sterling by the contract stand-off that has developed with Liverpool or the behaviour of the forward’s agent
2 days ago
Brendan Rodgers has said he expects Raheem Sterling to continue to play for Liverpool for the final two years of his contract
2 days ago
It may not have been the best goal the captain scored for Liverpool but one header with his team looking punch-drunk and out of their depth changed history
3 days ago
The England manager expressed concern for Sterling after Liverpool cancelled a scheduled meeting with the player following comments from his agent Aidy Ward
3 days ago
Raheem Sterling’s agent, Aidy Ward, has been heavily criticised after his tirade against the club, but there are those who stick up for his work
3 days ago
Liverpool have cancelled contract talks with Raheem Sterling after his agent launched a stinging attack on the club and announced the England winger would “definitely not be signing” a new contract
4 days ago
Manchester United have made a sensational attempt to capitalise on Raheem Sterling’s contract stand-off with Liverpool by registering their interest in the wantaway England international
4 days ago
Raheem Sterling has let Liverpool know that he wants to leave but how many clubs in Europe would be willing to pay more than £100,000 a week for a player who still has an awful lot to prove?
4 days ago
Petr Cech to Manchester United? | Radamel Falcao to Chelsea? | Jonny Evans to leave Manchester United?
5 days ago
Liverpool’s owner, Fenway Sports Group, wants an end-of-season review with Brendan Rodgers over the club’s failure to qualify for the Champions League and is prepared to hold Raheem Sterling to his current contract despite the player’s desire to leave Anfield
5 days ago
The 20-year-old’s wish to leave Anfield may make the club’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, wonder why they have bothered operating in line with FFP
5 days ago
In a break from tradition we have taken time out to celebrate not the best team in the Premier League but the most inept – with some surprising and not so surprising results
6 days ago
Jamie Carragher has reacted to the news that Raheem Sterling is demanding a move away from Liverpool by telling him to ‘keep your mouth shut’ and ‘get on with playing football’

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Pos
87
41
32
73
3
9
26
38
1
79
45
38
83
7
7
24
38
2
75
35
36
71
7
9
22
38
3
70
25
37
62
8
10
20
38
4
64
5
53
58
12
7
19
38
5
62
4
48
52
12
8
18
38
6
60
21
33
54
14
6
18
38
7
56
-3
49
46
14
8
16
38
8
54
3
45
48
14
9
15
38
9
48
-4
51
47
16
9
13
38
10
47
-2
50
48
15
11
12
38
11
47
-3
47
44
15
11
12
38
12
44
-13
51
38
16
11
11
38
13
41
-9
55
46
19
8
11
38
14
39
-23
63
40
19
9
10
38
15
38
-22
53
31
14
17
7
38
16
38
-26
57
31
20
8
10
38
17
35
-18
51
33
19
11
8
38
18
33
-25
53
28
19
12
7
38
19
30
-31
73
42
24
6
8
38
20
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0
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0
0
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1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

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18
14
2
16
0
0
6
6
1
7
-1
8
7
3
1
2
6
2
5
-4
9
5
3
2
1
6
3
4
-9
14
5
4
1
1
6
4

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