Shock! It is time for Rafa to go?

@ameyrp (252)
Singapore
October 26, 2007 10:18am CST
Liverpool will face a tricky game against Arsenal this weekend with their forms are very poor in the past few weeks. Rafa Benitez squad rotation policy is clearly not working, and if they lose to Arsenal this weekend, perhaps the board should really consider his position as a manager. Perhaps it is time to let him go. There are many unemployed good manager out there who can replace him such as Fabio Capello, Marcello Lippi, Jurgen Klinsmann or Jose Mourinho!
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• Hong Kong
21 Nov 07
Results might not have been as good as it should have been but we are still on track so there is no reason for Rafa to go just yet.
@pmcdee (272)
4 Nov 07
I swear, being a football manager is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. You have a couple of results that don't go your way and everyone is on top of you!! Benetiz has done such good things for Liverpool and they are still a force to be reckoned with in the premiership. Like in any business occasionally things are going to go wrong, the real strength will be shown on how he manages to deal with that and go forward from there.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
2 Nov 07
I think this weekend might be make or break for Rafa at Blackburn. If Liverpool loses this weekend he might be in trouble. The betting machinery has his name 1:33 on the odds for the next manager to be sacked :) Cheers! Ram
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
27 Oct 07
I think it might just be too early to speculate on Rafa's future as despite poor performances Liverpool are still unbeaten in the league. So even if they lose to Arsenal, it would just be one defeat in 10 odd games. But, the Champions league campaign this season has been dismal for Liverpool. I think this is the first real crisis for Benitez and he might get a bit more leeway in this issue. If it gets worse in the coming weeks then he is in for a sack. Cheers! Ram
@kaiwah (124)
• Malaysia
27 Oct 07
I think the defeat is just a temporary setback. I have full confidence on this Liverpool class of 2007/2008. They will bounce back with style. We will be at the top of the table at the end of the season.
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