Over Christmas we ran a poll in our forums discussing the managerial position at Liverpool Football Club, currently, of course, occupied by Roy Hodgson.
Last time we asked the simple question of whether Roy should be removed from the position of LFC manager, a staggering 95% said yes.
This time we gave our members a variety of options to choose from, in order to gain more insight into what the best solution to the problem is. The options were;
Sacking Roy and hiring Kenny as caretaker manager recieved 55% of all votes
Roy only managed to get 4% of votes to keep his job while 96% made it clear he shouldn’t
The overriding opinion was simply put by forum member briankettle: Hodgson out now before he does any more damage. Dalglish as interim and (Didier) Deschamps as soon as possible.
Hodgson was never a popular choice among Liverpool supporters – even before his appointed we warned of the dangers of appointing him – and he has done nothing in the opening six months of his reign to garner any further support.
John Henry said he would listen to the fans, and appears to be doing so on a number of issues – except the major one that is currently holding the club back and will continue to do so until Hodgson is removed.