Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher fears the club's new owners will stage a mass clear-out at Anfield if their fortunes fail to improve.
Carragher claims that in their year of turmoil everything has changed – except the playing staff.
Getting rid of former boss Rafa Benitez has failed to lift the club, who languish in the bottom three following their loss to Blackpool on October 3.
And with new owners set to take over after the High Court blocked Tom Hicks and George Gillett's attempts to keep control at the club, Carragher has warned there may be big changes ahead.
He told Drive Time: “We have changed the manager, we have changed the board and if things don't change now then the players will go too.
“Everything else has changed, it is just the players who have stayed the same.”
Carragher added the High Court victory has come at a perfect time, ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby at Goddison Park.
He said: “I hope we can look forward now. I don't think the protests have affected things too much, because the protests and marches were usually before or after games.
“The atmosphere has not been great at Anfield recently because the performances have not been that great.
“But a lot of supporters will be delighted with the outcome today. I am sure that will give us a feel-good factor and we hope that will help us.”
Carragher insists there is still time for Liverpool to improve on their dismal start and said: “There have been disappointing starts for both sides [Everton and Liverpool].
"Both of us would have looked to be near the top before the season started.
“Both sides would have hoped to be challenging for the top four. But it is still early and maybe three points this weekend will give us the springboard we need.”http://www.talksport.co.uk/sports-news/football/premier-league/1757/8/exclusive-carragher-i-fear-anfield-player-clear-out