Liverpool fell further down the table on Sunday afternoon as they lost 3-1 to Crystal Palace.
Many fans blamed Brendan Rodgers for the defeat and have subsequently taken to Twitter to say they want him gone. We searched through hundreds of fans tweets and the general consensus was that fans were sitting on the fence.
You can see why some Liverpool fans want to give Rodgers more time, considering he so almost led Liverpool to the league title last season. He did the unthinkable. However the players he has signed have been poor and the results this season have been even worse. There are fans who think he got lucky last season and his true colours are finally coming through.
Liverpool officials say his job is under no immediate threat, but there’s no doubt about the pressure that is starting to arise from Liverpool’s passionate fanbase.
Here’s some of the best tweets we found:
Brendan Rodgers is overrated and got lucky last season
— Van Persie (@carrick_fan) November 24, 2014
Of course Rodgers is under pressure, he said it himself, but he's in a bad situation and has no help. He's a talented coach, no doubt.
— MrBoywunder (@MrBoywunder) November 24, 2014
I was not part of the #RODGERSOUT club, until yesterday, but when I read that he was blaming the young players for the loss, I want him axed
— CptJackSparrow (@Ogabson__OOT) November 24, 2014
If you want Rodgers out, your head's gone. Simple as that. He helped get us dreaming again, & deserves the time & respect to turn it round.
— Jason Roberts (@JasonRoberts21) November 24, 2014
I can see why people want Rodgers out, but I can also see why people don't want Rodgers out. It's such a difficult decision.
— Anfield Leak (@AnfieldLeak) November 24, 2014
Brendan Rodgers' position at #LFC is not under immediate threat despite the club's poor start to the season
— Ben Smith (@BenSmithBBC) November 24, 2014
I'm still not firmly in the 'Rodgers Out' camp, but I'll be completely unsurprised if he does go, and won't be particularly bothered.
— PhantomGoal (@PhantomGoal) November 23, 2014
I'd give Rodgers this season, he deserves it to let the players he bought stay, I'm not gonna do the whole Rodgers out thing, support him
— Indigo (@IndigoLFC) November 23, 2014
If you don't want #RodgersOut, please go and support Everton, Arsenal or some other club that accepts mediocrity. We don't need you.
— #RodgersOut (@RodgersOutClub) November 23, 2014