Didn't say I was a better supporter than anyone else. It was actually others who were saying that those of us being critical were lesser supporters.I've deliberately left out your romantic life story, as it's no different to that of tens if not hundreds of thousands of like minded supporters.
But the bit I've quoted is only your opinion, and it's massively based on assumptions.
You assume Klopp had no available funds in January.
You assume Klopp wanted to keep Clyne and the owners allowed Clyne to leave against his wishes.
You assume Klopp didn't plan to sign anyone in January.
You assume that there were players available that would fit into the plans of Klopp.
And if September is the worst dip in results I have to witness, then give me the same every season thanks.
Anyway, as I said to someone else, I'm leaving all that now. Feel free to attempt to bait away to open it up again, but I'm not going to waste anymore time on that aspect of this.
As to the initial subject matter, as I've said many times, nobody can prove what the reality of the situation is inside LFC (essentially the 'why').
My view relates to the 'what' regardless of the 'why'.
Re that 'what', my view is that we should have taken no chances with our title challenge and that even if we couldn't bring someone else in, we should have kept the squad numbers as was at this crucial juncture.
Given the colossal challenge, and gigantic psychological hurdle of actually winning the league, we cannot afford even the smallest issues to arise that could have been avoided.
Two points dropped because of a weakened defence in one match, could in the end be the difference between the PL title being secured or not.
Also, LFC has to negotiate not just an opponent with a stronger squad, but also a hostile media who seek to influence referees anytime we get a sniff of fair and comparable treatment, particularly in regards to penalties. This comes together with a bizarre alliance of clubs for whom the worst possible outcome is ourselves winning the title, as so perfectly demonstrated by the fact that Manchester United would rather their neighbours win the title than us. LFC's friends are few and far between, our enemies many.
They all want to be the one who took our dreams away. I had an Evertonian bragging to me to that effect yesterday. Poetic justice would be their defeat to City being the difference between them staying up and going down.
To win the title under these conditions, I believe we have to be able to win matches despite referees rather than because of fairness from them.
Hence why I believe that this time, in close pursuit of our first PL title, we should have taken no chances at all.
As a secondary point to the referee issue covered above, I actually wonder whether our only chance of fair refereeing is to be seen as the club with the title to lose, such that referees know that if they make a bad decision against us, they could be pinpointed as the reason a title was lost.
In short, if the only reason we drop points is because of bad decisions, they feel more pressure to lean towards us than against us.
If we are rocking, if we are fragile, if results are at risk anyway, if everyone is sticking their boot into us, referees kind of psychologically join the party.
It's the herd mentality in a way, something seen in every society and micro society, including on here.
Certainly, over the years, those in top spot have seen more favourable decisions than those chasing them.
So, all told, my view is that in light of those issues, LFC needs to over-compensate. We don't play on a level playing field.
It's a shame we didn't or couldn't increase our odds this January, so I just hope we find a way to win the PL regardless.