Reds put in end of term performance.
This was a fitting end to an inconsistent season.
Being defeated by a newly promoted team that likes to play its football on the deck in pass and move style.
Not only did Liverpool manage to lose but they did so in a way that suggests more than a few players will be shown the door marked exit.
This was piss poor fare.
King Kenny may be defending his players in public but privately he knows that this level of performance is simply not good enough.
At least I hope he does. I'm beginning to wonder. Saying that that the players were a credit to the club after this game is pushing the realms of reality.
For those Liverpool fans that made the long trek down to Swansea this would have been a totally unfulfilling experience. The only player that came out of the game with credit in a red shirt was Andy Carroll who is trying to play his way into the England team.
Another loss and what was I thinking including Liverpool in this weekend's accumulator?
For many fans watching football is the highlight of their week. They spend a sizeable chunk of their wage packet to go and watch a match.
Seeing the half hearted effort being put into this game would have made you wish you had never bothered.
I'm a lifelong Liverpool supporter but given the choice between watching AFC Telford or Liverpool I would choose the former. At least you get fully entertained for your £13 entry fee and I can walk to the ground. Kids get in for a quid.
Watching live Liverpool home games is an expensive luxury for me.
Two combined adult and child tickets would set me back £120 plus another £40 in petrol and by the time you take into account programmes and a pie you are lucky to have change from £200.
In this game Liverpool had a passing success rate of 76%. One in four passes went to a Swansea player.
How is that in any way shape or form a competitive performance?
A new stadium?
You must be joking.
If they keep this up they will be lucky to keep selling out the present one.