i thought the current management team was put in place in order to avoid all this 'your too blame' nonsense. This would offer stability and also collective minds would make decisions. The team as whole has only been together since end of Jan last year or even less if you consider in the summer Ayre was promoted and Keen only joined.
Therefore the transfers are a collective responsibility, If Kenny has struggled with certain players well he was part of the process. If players have not performed Commolli should also shoulder some of the blame.
All in all this scramble to get rid of someone is incredibly nieve, one man clearly does not make the club and FSG have many times made this clear. Maybe some of you are not listening.
If Kenny goes it is highly likely they will all go, therefore FSG would sacrifice miilions of pounds on compensation as well as their own long standing sports business philosophy - really?
Unless fans start to protest at the ground there will be no change - I was at Anfield on saturday and fans are very much behind the manager (as is the local media), his name was shouted several times all through the game (even at the end).
It's a case of riding it out and supporting the team to the end. It has become a pointless debate now as we are so close to the end of the season, but FSG are clever guys and used to sports investment, it all takes time. Mancini is probably more likely to get the boot before Dalglish such has been the collapse and he has spent 210mil net. Redknapp also is stumbling towards the line having been 13 points clear of 4th they are now under threat of not qualifying for CL at all.