EVERYONE feels frustrated by recent results, but I still believe Kenny Dalglish is the right man for Liverpool.
We can’t become a club which changes its manager every time we hit rocky waters.
I believe there’s a plan in place and a buying policy to move the club forward. Progress isn’t always smooth and patience is in short supply these days, but we need to stick with it.
I think deep down most fans knew it was always going to take time.
The best way to move forward is with what’s in place at the moment and we have to trust the owners to make the right decisions.
This is a tough spell for Kenny. Any manager during a poor run of results has a lot of problems to address. With every defeat, there’s more ammunition for the critics and more negativity.
He sees the players every day and he will be trying to find a spark, thinking about what changes he can make to get the team back firing again.
We’ve got two games against Villa and Blackburn before we head to Wembley, and we desperately need to find some confidence going into what will be a real battle against Everton.
One of the reasons players want to play for Liverpool is that the support you get when you pull on that shirt is unrivalled. At times like this, the players need the backing of the fans more than ever.