POLL: Following yesterday’s victory should Roy stay on as LFC manager? Posted by Antoine Zammit October 25, 2010 Follow @azammit Following yesterday’s victory should Roy stay on as LFC manager?survey software Share this: Share Twitter 17 responses to “POLL: Following yesterday’s victory should Roy stay on as LFC manager?” It’s “Don’t know” not Don’t no” Thanks for the heads up Zabadda, LOL. Dyslexia strikes me again. Give him until Christmas. roy is not all a worthy coach.>!he must be removed//!rafa was better than him…LFC must spend more money for buying new player ..!! I think that Roy should be given a chance to stay on as LFC manager… We are a unique club because we always put our faith in our managers. The manner of the performance against Blackburn shows that we are capable of a high standard of football and with some new recruits in January I am sure that Roy will get it right! Lets get behind him, the Liverpool way! Remember everyone he still lost agianst the mancs, everton, blackpool and northampton. 2 wins against West Brom and Blackburn hooray… If he can keep them playing like that, he deserves a chance, but if we’re going to get rid it needs to happen by the end of November. he needs to go now its only gonna get worse last season we would of beaten blackburn easier and not lost to everton and definately not blackpool woy is a numpty and is doin cartwheels because of a win against a middle table team at best I didn’t turn against him based on one poor performance or one poor result and so refuse to suddenly think everything’s hunky dory again after one good performance – anybody with any common sense would’ve seen us pressing the ball as we did yesterday from ages ago, instead of sticking to Hodgson’s antiquated passive tactics He asked for 10 games to prove his approach. Yesterday was the first time we showed any confidence with the ball. I figure that if the next 4-5 games are similar then he should stay on. If we regress back to the hapless team that couldn’t even connect a pass then maybe it is time to consider our options. In other words he needs more time but the leash should be short… While it was great to see the team get 3 points yesterday you’d have to admit Blackburn were very poor. Dont ask me why but I cant help but feel this job is just too big for RH. He doesnt inspire the fans and it seems obvious (if such a thing can be obvious from the outside) that some of the players are not happy with him or his methods. Having said that, the Liverpool way is to give our managers full support and time to get things right. Personally I’d like to see someone new appointed by end of November to give them time to work on potential new signings/offloads in the January transfer window. I dont blame RH, any manager would love the chance to manage Liverpool but his appointment has to be questioned when both the press and Purslow were the driving forces behind it. Cant help but think we signed him cos he was English first, average manager second. The simple test in my mind is this. Would Chelsea, Arsenal or United (or even City/Spurs) have signed RH is they had a managerial vacancy? I sincerely doubt it. For those who support roy hodgson http://www.facebook.com/pages/In-Roy-we-trust/113416432055128 YNWA ~The Liverpool way~ what do u think Antoine? Just because we beat Blackburn it doesnot mean he should stay. Blackburn were missing lots of players. I still want him gone. We need a world class manager. We’ll see what happens in next 4 games. Three games away and one against Chavs at home. For me the quicker he gets the sack the better. I think the man shd go, b’cos u can’t lose to blackpool n northhampthon, share points with birmingham n sunderland, lose your first derby match, gift 3 points to man U n still be a RED’s gaffer. I think he should be given more time,remember he did very well with fulham last season and even came up with the best manager.he’s just trying 2 build the team in his own style of place.so relax and support him cos he needs it. “hat really disappointed me was the last 20 min., we’d turned our sharp offensive team to be the same old no-form defensive team in seconds. The only one who could change direction of the team was Roy. That’s not how you manage a Top-Four team. Have you ever seen Chelsea or Arsenal give up their attack-minded, no not even when they face some great great team like Barcelona. That’s why I gave a NO to him.