A Liverpool team lacking desire, with average new players without any planned ideas in attack deservedly lost. They pressed and dominated possession when scores were level, retreated into their bunker after tossing us the ball once they scored. Rudimentary, but effective tactics against us.
Bring on the blueshite.
The club will become harder and harder to manage if every time there's a defeat the manager's position is questioned. It's beyond Rafa / Kenny, it's about the mentality of the fanbase. The last time it happened you had wordy essayists who would probably try to sidefoot the ball if I asked them to pass it 60 yards spouting pseudo-football crap about Rafa, now it's a lot more honest and direct, still, there has to be an understanding, that to build something, you need to give time, both to put in the methods and then to alter them if it's not working. Even if you don't believe in him anymore, grant him the support and time that is due through credit. Winning a trophy should be enough to earn him another season imo.
I'm not even a Kenny 'superfan'. I share a lot of the concerns mentioned, but it's not much point making the manager's chair at Liverpool a thankless undertaking and then getting Rafa in. He'll fail. If you're asking for him during a season with a manager in place who's already won a trophy, you're contributing to the problem.