The way I see it is that Kenny doesn't share the same ethos and logic that FSG want: decisions, signings, tactics, etc. made on statistical/informed analysis. Kenny most likely relies on his own experience and gut to make judgments on players and opposition...well because that's what he has: a wealth of winning experience. But honestly, I can see how the owners reacted to Kenny's visit and repeated statements in the past weeks that there would be only minor changes to the squad. Look at it this way: Kenny repeatedly benched players with better statistics for goals/assists (Kuyt, Maxi, Bellamy) in order to play Downing and Henderson on the wings despite consistently poor performances from them. We had 14 losses and were 17 points off 4th, and there has been little changes, criticisms, or any reaction from Kenny about it. zerThe numbers don't add up and that's what FSG rely on when they're analyzing a sport they have zero experience with. When Kenny said recently there would be no major changes to the squad, I knew it was pretty much up for him, sad as it is.
What is surprising and extremely disappointing is that if FSG don't want Kenny making squad and formation decisions, what about the rest of the managerial and technical roles that need to be filled? How can they let someone with so much knowledge, passion, heart, and love for LFC walk away when there are so many voids and problems to fix? It's an atrocity considering just how horrible a state the club would be in if Kenny hadn't come to the rescue last season. I guess overall, this has been a disaster. We can only hope that FSG are done cutting their teeth and don't need another season to learn the ropes.