2. The lost was too much to bear simply because the squad was controlling the game and had many opportunities to score but only managed to get the single consolation, at the dead of time!
5. In these hard times and very trying indeed to our mental and heart stability, all I can say is that we have to move forward and let the match against Aston Villa be a turning point. It is a cruel wake-up call. The squad didn’t lose in the six games leading to the match. We were at the number 10 in the league and a win, could have propelled us in the 5 or 6th spot. Instead, now we find ourselves returned to obscurity at number 12 of the table.
7. Personally, as a fan, I need to forget the game and try to put the strength back to my mind and soul. Being a Liverpool fan and invested so much money to visit Anfield twice, plus our own Stadium Nasional in Kuala Lumpur when the team came to Malaysia last year, I can assure myself that I will never renegade nor leave the club. Ever.
8. The squad must now focus on the game. Knowing the LFC history and character, the squad is a focus-orientated type. When they focus and set their mind on the game, they will do it whole-heartedly and will never retreat. To return to the winning ways is not an impossible task.
9. The lost is something everyone very much regretted. That’s the name of the game. But for the fans, the only things we can do is hope and pray that the club will win the next game and for the second half of the season, regained its target of becoming a Top Four team.
11. After all that we have been through, one lousy game does not represent the whole idea of our love towards LFC. We must give time for the club to heal itself. Pardon them. Give them another chance. For this is the correct way to express our love. True love in football is weird, but it’s not for the ordinary fans. It's for a lifetime fan. Til death do us part.
12. Liverpool FC, you’re my inspiration in my life. You’ll never walk alone.