The poor performance of been placed in the eye of the storm . And after the disastrous elimination of the FA Cup against Reading (a modest team who fights not to fall to third) and in the very Anfield, a network legend has come to claim in public the resignation of the Spanish coach.
“He should have gone long ago and should do it now,” said Ronnie Whelan, remembered Irish midfielder who played for the Merseyside team between 1979 and 1994, with 493 official appearances.
“Liverpool is not playing anything right. They have lost 10 of their last 20 games,” he said told BBC Radio.