Video - Rodgers claims he is doing another rebuilding job at Liverpool
Liverpoool manager Brendan Rodgers suggested he needed time to complete another rebuilding job after his side's 1-1 draw with Swiss minnows Sion in the Europa League.
Adam Lallana's fourth-minute strike - his second goal in as many European matches - was cancelled out by Ebenezer Assifuah and the Reds failed to change the 1-1 scoreline in the remaining 73 minutes.
After an identical result in their opening match in Bordeaux, Reds manager Brendan Rodgers stressed their form at Anfield would be the deciding factor.
He targeted three wins at home to get them out of Group B, but having now dropped two points they may have to recover those in either Kazan at the start of the Russian winter or in the return fixture against Sion in December.
On the evidence so far neither will be an easy task, especially considering Liverpool have won just one of their last nine matches in Europe since beating minnows Ludogorets at Anfield a year ago.
A side currently sitting fifth in a Swiss league of just 10 teams not only managed to keep their more illustrious opponents at bay but also bounced back from conceding early to earn a point.
Yet it was Rodgers' comments after the game that sparked a reaction on social media, with his claim that he needed to be given time to rebuild his team in his fourth season at Liverpool drawing plenty of criticism as he made these comments to BT Sport:
This is how Twitter mocked Rodgers after his latest post match analysis:
"I enjoy the job immensely here" - Brendan Rodgers Well Brendan we are not enjoying the job you are doing.— The Anfield Chat (@TheAnfieldChat) October 1, 2015
To summarise Rodgers' post match comments, LFC failed to win because one youngster made a mistake and another missed too many chances.— Jim Boardman (@JimBoardman) October 1, 2015
To say FC Sion finished 7th last season in the Swiss Super league I'm made up with the result. We showed great intensity to earn a draw.— Deluded Brendan (@DeludedBrendan) October 1, 2015
Around 8,000 short of capacity at Anfield tonight. Maybe the group of people that have it in for Brendan Rodgers stayed at home... #LFC— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) October 1, 2015
Was obvious Rodgers should have been sacked in the summer,instead FSG kept him on and gave him more money to waste on players #RodgersOut— JFT 96 (@Aviationlfc) October 1, 2015
The day Rodgers finally gets sacked will be a Scouse holiday with parades and Spitfires and Lancaster bombers flying over #RodgersOut— The Canadian Kop (@thecanadiankop) October 1, 2015
Tick tock! #RodgersOut— Liverpool FC (@LFCblogster) October 1, 2015