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This goes for the management, the players and the fans.
Liverpool should not, with the greatest respect to Aston Villa, be losing at home to a team who have struggled so badly on their travels.
Let's keep things in perspective; the Reds thoroughly outplayed Villa in the first half. Had Suarez's pass to Gerrard been a little more accurate, or a shot or two been slightly better hit, Liverpool might have been out of sight before half time instead of 2-0 down.
Even so, Anfield simply must become a place teams fear to come. That will only happen by winning five, six, seven games in a row there.
The crowd needs to get back to supporting the players not just at the end of games when they've tried hard, worked hard, passed well, but also during the match, out-singing the other side and lifting the players.
It's a big effort to turn around what has become "the norm," but the club and the fans have to work together on this.
The manager and the players also need to be made aware that such defeats are not just bad days at the office, but entirely unacceptable. Sure, the odd game will end in a frustrating draw, and you might lose one or two at home over the season.
But Liverpool have lost three times at Anfield this season in league play, and we're not even at the halfway stage yet.
No more slip-ups. The team have to continue attacking as they have been but become much more robust and determined in defending their home advantage.
With just Fulham, Sunderland and Norwich City to play on Merseyside in the next six weeks, everybody associated with the club should expect and demand as an absolute minimum that Liverpool suffer no further home losses between now and the end of January.