Playing the managerial blame game won’t change Liverpool’s situation

By Christopher Boulay

It’s that time of year again. Liverpool is predictably underperforming, and the crosshairs are pointed squarely at the manager.

That statement could have been written during the first few weeks of each calendar year since 2010, and it would have made sense, in some aspect. Frustration has come to be the overwhelming feeling of many Liverpool supporters, who were both so fortunate and spoiled to have two Champions League Final appearances within the past decade. Continue reading