A third successive poor start to a season (under a third successive manager, no less) has a number of Liverpool fans already calling for the head of Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers.
Whilst the Reds have been perfectly able to pull results out of the bag in the Europa League and Carling Cup, they have struggled to match that form in the league. After six games they are sitting in 14th place with only five points to their name.
The win against Norwich City on Saturday was the first league win of the campaign, and they were brushed aside by West Bromwich Albion on the first day of the campaign as if they were a team that expected to be fighting off relegation.
However, all is not bleak in the streets of Merseyside as the new Premier League season really begins to wind up in the run-up to Christmas. This is the first Liverpool team in a number of years that is really playing like a Liverpool side should.