Liverpool have lost again, this time to bottom of the table Queens Park Rangers. I hate to say that I'm glad but I hope it might hasten Brendan Rodger's departure from the club.
As you might know, I've never liked Rodgers. I never wanted you to appoint him. Not because he didn't play great football last year but simply because I don't like the man. I don't like his teeth, his tan, his way with words. I don't like the way he treats his players, isolating those that fall out his favour. I don't like the way he left his wife for a slimmer life with a flash car and flasher girlfriend, paid for with the generous salary you gave a man who simply impressed you with a powerpoint presentation.
I don't like his ego, the fact that he doesn't seem to recognise his mistakes. Any Liverpool fan could tell you where our mistakes lie. Balotelli oozes class but is clearly ineffective playing as a lone striker. Our midfield is weak with Gerrard, sadly, showing his age yet, I suspect, having far too much power in the changing room. Yet your man keeps substituting younger players with plenty of energy. Our defence is leaking goals but he refuses to bring in a specialist defending coach.
Not that I should care. We ditched Sky months ago and I know friends who have this week ditched Sky as well. It's partly a money thing but it's also because we've lost faith in Liverpool. I don't want to watch Brendan Rodgers, who doesn't represent the things I've always cherished about Liverpool. I'd rather watch us lose with a manager I trust than win with a man like Rodgers in charge. Perverse, I know, but the truth.
Yet, above my complaints, I still trust the owners. You're doing a fantastic job at the club and I trust you to make the right decisions. I also hope you'll recognise when you've made a wrong decision.
Get rid of Rodgers. Bring Rafa back. Give the man the chance under owners that won't stand in his way. And if that means getting rid of people at the club who were hostile to Rafa, then get rid of them as well. It might have been another bad week for Liverpool but this is your chance to put things right.