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But for now, the most important thing of all might just be to let Brendan Rodgers do his work.
No matter how discouragingly the season has started, it has ultimately been the first two months of a young, ambitious manager in charge of a historical club.
While he might have had his hand limited in the transfer market, the signing of Joe Allen signals a positive change in the philosophy of the club.
Andy Carroll’s departure, without Rodgers really giving him a fair chance in the first team, perhaps rankles, but the coming months will be a true test of his managerial credentials.
FSG chose to place their faith in a young man to take Liverpool forward, to turn around an ocean liner, and unless results continue to look bleak without a hint of improvement, they should honor their decision.
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