AS a Liverpool fan since I was a young lad, I was obviously very disappointed to see them go out of the Champions League on Tuesday evening.
But they went down fighting, the 4-4 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge clearly being one of the games of the season.
And it provided further evidence that it won’t be too long now before they overtake Manchester United and again become the best team in the country.
It’s fair to say that there were some horrendous mistakes made by individuals in both teams, which merely goes to show that even the best footballers at the very highest level are prone to making the same sort of errors that fans see every weekend up and down the country, no matter what the standard.
It’s those sort of silly and unavoidable mistakes that have proved so costly for Wrexham in the last few weeks.
They have transformed us from a side looking certainties for a play-off spot to one now desperate for a respectable finish in the table.
It all started to go wrong with the defeat, albeit after a very good performance, at Burton Albion and it went rapidly downhill from there.
Quite what has happened since in terms of results has been incredibly frustrating for all of us at the club and if anyone could easily put their finger on the problem, rest assured it would have been dealt with a long time ago.
We have three games left now to rediscover the sort of form we showed in the middle section of the season and if we display the right attitude it will return as quickly as it disappeared