I'll leave it here then. Just sticks in my craw a bit to see one of the most consistently negative moaners on RAWK calling for happy clappy positivity, airbrushing out his own participation in the wave of negativity that got Rafa sacked. What happens when Rodgers doesn't live up to his hype and he starts calling for him to be sacked also.
I share your reserved judgement for jumping on the bipolar Z E U S yoyo support of players and managers of our club.
However lets ignore that for one moment, it is him - Mr stick the knife in when times are hard, support when we're winning.
We should be positive for the new season, if we can't look at the new season with optimism, who will - our opponents and the media certainly won't help us on our merry way.
We've been so locked up with negativity since the G+H regime, Benitez's controversial sacking, Hodgson appointment, Kenny returning and then being fired, our slide from being top table diners in Europe to not even qualifying.
We're so used to having something other than focusing on supporting our boys at the weekend to be moaning about, we've lost that focus on being what so many players have appreciated down the years, fans who give them hope, they may only go onto a pitch with 10 other footballers, but at Anfield they should have over 40,000 of their family getting behind them every other week, without fail. The only battle we have now is with ourselves, the sooner we quit all this bickering and get behind our team again the better it'll be for everyone involved.
"Everyone – whether players, supporters, staff or whatever – has to throw everything towards the one aim and that is to get us three badly needed points from the game against Bolton today.Because if everyone sticks together we’ll have a better chance of getting those three points.Then if we want to have a discussion after that, we can.But the three points for the club is more important than any single person and how they feel.So let’s forget the issues today and concentrate on getting those three points." - Kenny Dalglish