Reds Dreading Derby

3 Oct

Reds Dreading Derby

 

Tomorrow’s Merseyside derby is one that many Liverpool supporters are not looking forward to for the first time in many years. There has been little for Liverpool supporters to get excited about this season so far and a game against city rivals Everton is the last thing Liverpool need.

Despite Liverpool’s poor start to the season, they find themselves only a point behind Everton in the league table, but it is the poor performances that the Reds have produced that has worried Liverpool supporters and the lack of goals scored has been a major worry.

Brendan Rodgers is under immense pressure at the moment and most Liverpool supporters are desperate for the owners to bring in a new manager with most believing that Rodgers won’t be able to turn things around and don’t want to witness another poor season.

With names like Klopp, Ancelotti and De Boer mentioned as candidates to take over from Rodgers, supporters feel the time is right for a change and many want the change no matter the outcome of Sunday’s derby.

Everton have had a decent start to the season with some great results and performances like the win over Chelsea and last Monday’s superb 3-2 win and comeback over West Brom that have encouraged supporters ahead of the Liverpool clash.

Everton supporters are relishing the match and believe they can inflict more pain and suffering to the Liverpool supporters and Brendan Rodgers.

Liverpool’s struggles against lowly Carlisle and a poor Sion side that saw the Reds booed off at the end didn’t give the supporters much confidence ahead of Sunday’s derby and the only encouraging sign for Liverpool supporters is that form doesn’t matter in derby games and hopefully that is the case tomorrow.

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One Response to “Reds Dreading Derby”

  1. pacojones October 3, 2015 at 2:39 pm #

    Not many Evertonains are looking forward to this game,we know this is probably the best opportunity to beat Liverpool,but he always fluff our lines.

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