Injuries have facked us, no doubt. And the ineptness of Woodward in the transfer market - and some poor decisions by Ole - has shown up the squad even more, particularly in midfield and attack.
However, the worrying thing is that everyone is having yo point to more signings being needed to justify Ole’s position. Because individually and collectively, there’s little way of improvements in the team since he’s come in.
The value in Ole wasn’t him being a chequebook manager, yet these arguments share all the similarities of one. We literally sacked the most successful chequebook manager in history for poor results and performances. Ole will suffer the same fate soon, short of a complete turnaround in fortunes.
Why is it that Liverpool play a lot more intensive football but have far less injuries?
They have everything in order at the moment.
So many injuries shows that you still do something wrong in the fitness department. Nothing changed from when LVG had 9 injuries.
Having a fit 11 for a while also helps getting results.