Date:16th November 2010 at 12:09pm
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We do not have 38 to 55 games Roy! Time is not on our side! What irritates me the most about Roy is that he came out in the beginning of the season as said we must look at the table after 10 games. And now he is saying we should give him 38 to 55 games. Make up your mind Roy is it 10 games or 55 games? No matter what your answer is, after 10 games we looked at the table and we were not where we want to be. If we take your word of 38 games we may just find ourselves in relegation trouble!

The new owners are calling for us to give Roy time and to be patient but time is a luxury we do not have. It depresses me every time we loose and we are loosing way to often for my liking right now.

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“After ten games I will start worrying about the table but until then I’ll worry more about performances and results.” Those were the words of Hodgson in September. So Roy, I hope you are worrying about the table right now. Now we have 16 points after after 13 games, that is 3 points above the drop zone and 6 points behind Manchester City in 4th place meaning we are closer to relegation than the top four which is not acceptable for Liverpool Football Club.

Based on what Roy has done thus far and his plea to give him 38 games, I think we are in for a long tough season filled with disappointments. One thing I am glad about is the arrival of new Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli. By the sound of things, Comolli will be key in any transfers that happen at Liverpool. I will put my trust in him rather than Hodgson as Roy’s signings have already proved to be suspect namely Poulsen and Konchesky.

If Hodgson survives the 38 to 55 games he is talking about I would be VERY surprised.