For Roy Hodgson the season has gone from bad to worse after a 2-0 defeat in the Mersey Derby.

Liverpool never seem to be at the races after falling two goals behind after 50mins, and it heaps more pressure on Hodgson, who has yet to make a real impact at Anfield since his summer arrival. Supporters have made their feelings clear on the forums in the past fortnight about their concerns about the Reds’ current style of play and lack of creativity and today’s result and performance will have done little to appease those fans.

So where has it gone wrong this season and where should the finger of blame be pointing?

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Where does the finger of blame point at Liverpool this season?








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  • brian cawte
    4 years ago

    when you get rid of a good player like insua and replace him with a no hoper called konchesky i think that says it all its a management problem

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  • Ragish
    4 years ago

    Woy Hodgson!

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  • susu
    4 years ago

    This is not about giving Hodgson more time. It is about is this the kind of soccer we want to see Liverpool playing. This is horrible. Every single game we played, we were the weaker team, including the win over WBA at home. Never as a Liverpool supporter for 30 years now, I have seen us in a position of 19th with -6. Even that is fine if we are playing good soccer. Hodgson is not the man to save Liverpool. Definitely not.

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  • David
    4 years ago

    Why are we making the same mistakes twice – against MU and now Everton!!!
    WHere are our wide-man???? They seem to be scare of running against the defenders or no improvish in opening the either flank!!! SCare of the byline – where are the crosses from that section of the field. Either defenders are doing the overlap run!
    The only ideal they have is through the crowd centre!! There are totally no wide play or penetration run!!! The defenders and midfielders dont communicate or connection. Totally no shape. Hodgson time to change!!! THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT LIVERPOOL WAY OF FOOTBALL!!!!

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    • Jay Wright
      4 years ago

      DAvid – as Hodgson said, we don’t play with wingers! (even though we play a four man midfield line…)

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  • Colin
    4 years ago

    If you start with Lucas & Maxi – what do you expect?

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    • SO UPSET
      4 years ago

      Trust me mate under another manager they will do wonders!

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      • Colin
        4 years ago

        I agree with you – a new team as well.

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      • Jay Wright
        4 years ago

        No, they won’t…

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        • Colin1
          4 years ago

          Hodgson hasn’t really got a lot to choose from. The whole team needs changing. Unfortunately you need funds for that.

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  • susu
    4 years ago

    This is not about giving Hodgson more time. It is about is this the kind of soccer we want to see Liverpool playing. This is horrible. Every single game we played, we were the weaker team, including the win over WBA at home. Never as a Liverpool supporter for 30 years now, I have seen us in a position of 19th with -6 goal diff and such patthetic 6 points in 8 games. Even that is fine if we are playing good soccer. Hodgson is not the man to save Liverpool. Definitely not.

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  • redjonjo
    4 years ago

    never mind what the new owner say time for Roy to go after that run around 6 points and in the bottom 2 we are LIverpool not some bottom team bring back King Kenny maybe then we will start winning again
    ynwa

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  • Roy
    4 years ago

    Too many bad players, i thought the result against Blackpool was just one of those results that are thrown up from time to time, but what i have just witnessed, i’m not so sure. How long does Hodgson have to wait before making changes? then does it back to front and too late! Firstly the problem was no width or pace to create any real chances. So what does Roy do? puts on another striker, why, when there’s no one to provide for them? Then 30 minutes too late, puts on the pace, Bebel and Jovanovic. (lets face it Cole and Maxi did nowt. Again) If J.W.Henry knew anything about football, these would be the questions put to Roy. He’s let us down yet again. YNWA.

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  • thatalias
    4 years ago

    Perhaps Hodgson is not big enough for the challenge, but the problem at LFC now is an ingrained organisational issue.

    A lost crew, staff/team without consistency. Tactics for sure can help, money on players can bandaid, but without a top down clear vision, of faith in direction, individual heroes will suffer, the wins are after-effects of hard work. The PL is the top competition in the world, it requires a lot of knowledge, good smart investment (players/staff), and excellent “behind the scenes” organisation.

    Hoping NESV will provide that!

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  • Colin
    4 years ago

    Roy must go! Our performances are so bad that the new owners need 30 years and not 3.

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