If I see Joe Cole's name on one more Liverpool team sheet, I'm going to lose my mind.
OK, now that's off my chest, let's get down to business.
Liverpool crashed out the Europa League Thursday in tame fashion as the Reds were unable to overturn a 1-0 deficit to Portuguese side SC Braga. Braga held the Reds to a 0-0 draw in the return leg at Anfield, and while Liverpool dominated the possession, they failed to turn it into anything substantial.
Kenny Dalglish and his Reds now have nine Premier League games left in the season to focus on, and it might turn out to be a good thing.
Unfortunately for the Reds, winning the Europa League was the easiest way for them to earn a spot in the competition next year. The only option now is to finish in fifth place, which involves making up six points on Tottenham, who have a game in hand.
So, the Reds may not be playing European football at all next season, barring a serious slip up by Spurs. But that kind of attitude may just propel the Reds into just where they want to be.
Here are five things the Reds should do the rest of the season to ensure it's still a successful one.