' as completely justified."It's the excruciating truth for a fan base that once made Anfield a place to be feared—a fortress no away side could settle in.
Maribor fans booed as hundreds of Reds left Wednesday night's game 10 minutes before the end, and rightly so.
It's becoming increasingly difficult to believe FSG, and in truth, there is an underlying feeling that the ambition to become a top club again is not there with John Henry and Tom Werner."I'm certainly not at the point of disgruntlement that makes fans lambast Linda Pizzuti Henry on social media, but I really wouldn't mind seeing the owners sell up.
The real frustrating factor is that due to the previous regime, we seem to feel a debt of gratitude to FSG for helping to save the club."We know the grass isn't always greener on the other side, but I'd much rather take a risk with someone new than carry on in with this seemingly inevitable mediocrity, waiting—hoping—for FSG to get it right." Matt Thielen Twitter: @Melwood Daily Major frustration: Consistently inconsistent"There's no question that the lack of consistency has been frustrating for supporters, players and the manager.
There has been glimpses of hope, but with injuries to Adam Lallana and Coutinho, it is tough for the players to build a rapport with each other."Hopefully as the season goes on and players come back into the fold, things will become smoother and the team will be able to fire on all cylinders." Rob Lancaster is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report.
All quotes were obtained firsthand unless otherwise stated.
However, when he's on form, everyone knows it."He is an elusive player who has been compared to Luis Suarez by some, but when he goes missing or fails to have an impact on a big game, many have called for a true striker to be brought into the fold.
Jurgen Klopp's squad have lost just three times in all competitions this season, are level on points with fourth-placed Chelsea in the Premier League and, following back-to-back victories over Maribor, look on course to qualify for the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League.
Still, they can flit from the sublime to the ridiculous in a heartbeat.
' during the 0-0 home draw with Manchester United."Twitter is toxic.
Checking it after a defeat, or even a draw for that matter, is truly horrendous.