I feel for Kenny. He looked awfully tired towards the end of the season. With the Evra BS and the media agenda against him and LFC, it may have taken a toll. But he deserves the chance to make things right next season, if that's what he wants to do.
Apart from the back and forth about tactics etc, he won us the first Cup for six years, and got us to another final, something Man U, Arsenal and Tottenham didn't do this season. We were less than a foot away from potential double glory, denied only by a freakishly fantastic save.
Our league form suffered, but I think that's actually a result of lack of Europe, as it may be counter-intuitive, but not having those extra games to keep players sharp probably hurt us. I was one of those who thought it would keep our players rested, but I think it dulled their edge in the league. I want to see Kenny lead us out in Europe again. I really do think we are just two or three good players from challenging for the CL places next season, especially a clinical striker. Not scoring goals was our biggest problem, and it wasn't for a lack of chances. A proven, clinical striker alongside Suarez, with Andy as a supersub or occasional starter, a top winger and someone to shore up our midfield, and suddenly we look pretty strong overall.
But it's not my call to make, so I hope FSG have a solid plan in place if they part with the King.