[b][/b]So give the new guy a full season but dont give the current manager a full season.
You dont see anything wrong in adopting that policy?
If this new guy wins a trophy but struggles in the league during his first full season will you want him sacked too.
Course they will. We live in an attention span challenged video game era now Mate. Knee jerkers have taken over the game.
I think that's unfair. It isn't just knee jerk to think Kenny isn't the right man for the job. He has dropped some massive clangers all over the shop on and off the pitch, in and out of the transfer window. We give time to those who we think can turn it around. Waiting too long can be as harmful as being too quick.
I have no problem with people who think Kenny is the right man, they clearly have seen enough to think this is a man who can turn this around. I just haven't seen anywhere near enough for me to think that, and I think a new manager will help in terms of giving us a bit of direction, momentum, impetus, and draw a line under what has been a real struggle.
I'd probably wait till the end of the season as I don't see a massive benefit in acting before that, and in that time maybe he can show something to make me think he has it in him to stem the tide. He is in the unfortunate position of Liverpool needing to turn things around very swiftly indeed. With FFP rules, the next generation of sponsorship deals being negotiated, a new stadium needing planning and direction, the longer Liverpool are seen as not a top club, the harder it will be to get back to where we were. I think it will take Kenny too long to get a team together, he's not learning lessons fast enough, his signings lack a focus and direction, he doesn't seem to know where he wants to take the team in terms of strategy. I believe given time he could get a team together and could do more than this, he would be hard pressed to do any worse with this squad. But I don't think he can build a team that can cement itself as a top 4, and I think it will take too much time and too much money compared to what a younger manager with a clear direction might be able to achieve.