Liverpool fans discuss disappointing FA Cup semi-final defeat on Twitter

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Liverpool fans and neutrals alike react to the clash…

It’s easy to overact in circumstances like this. One poor season summed up by one disappointing day should not ruin the legacy of club-captain Steven Gerrard, nor take away anything that Brendan Rodgers achieved last season.

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However, even the most loyal of Reds could not deny the fact that Gerrard, an iconic figure who has won us a multitude of games including an FA Cup final on his own, had a bad afternoon at Wembley against Aston Villa.

Nor would they attempt to claim that Rodgers, who masterminded our second place finish in the league last season – an incredible achievement considering our record in recent years – didn’t get it wrong with his team selection.

The instant pain in the aftermath of a defeat can lead to people saying things they might later regret, particularly in this social media age.

In the tweets below we aim to reflect the general consensus from a clearly distraught set of supporters…

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