Liverpool fans are growing increasingly frustrated with manager Brendan Rodgers.
A 3-1 defeat at Manchester United was cause for concern, but a draw at home to Norwich City appears to have tipped many supporters over the edge.
The Reds dominated proceedings at Anfield but could not take all three points as Russell Martin's goal cancelled out Danny Ings' opener.
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Liverpool have picked up eight points in their opening six games and, worryingly, just two points in their last four matches.
One bright point from the lacklustre performance was the return of Daniel Sturridge after five months on the sidelines. However, the England international could not find the net in his 63 minute appearance.
A second home game without a win means the Merseyside club are seven points behind league leaders Manchester City.
The draw to newly promoted Norwich was obviously too much for some fans to handle, as they voiced their disapproval to chairman John W. Henry on Twitter.
Henry stuck with Rodgers over the summer following promising talks, however, results cannot continue at their current rate.
Not only are results poor but performances have been well below par. Despite dominating possession in the majority of their games, the Reds look devoid of ideas going forward.
Rodgers himself has also come in for criticism after playing a number of new signings out of their favoured positions.
With trips to Everton and Tottenham on the horizon, after a home game with Aston Villa, the month of October could prove to be vital for the Northern Irish boss, if he makes it that far.
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