What difference could two new faces make?

Worried about the lack of arrivals during a long period of transfer window, Liverpool fans got dizzy due to the double arrival.

First, on Friday, came the arrest Thiago Alcantara From Bayern Munich for an initial sum of £ 20 million.

But if that had passed too long, little would have imagined Diogo Jota From Wolverhampton Wanderers after that barely 24 hours later, especially for expenses that could cost the Reds 45 million pounds.

With Kostas Tsmikas already on board, Liverpool It has now spent over £ 80m on new arrivals.

Some of that was offset by sales of Dejan Lovren, and Saturday’s Ki-Jana Hoever. More will likely follow.

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But while the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City were boosting their squads, some Reds fans began to lose patience with one group in particular.

Club owners Fenway Sports Group. In fact, social media has seen the rise of the #FSGOut movement through a small but visible section of support.

But how do Liverpool fans look John Henry And the company?

The European Commission’s Office of Humanitarian Aid conducted an opinion poll after confirming news of Gota’s imminent arrival on Friday evening. The choice was simple: FSG in, or FSG out.

With more than 26,000 fans responding, the verdict was unanimous.

90.2% declared that they are happy with the club’s owners continuing, with only 9.8% making sure they leave.

Fans were also invited to voice their opinions.

Darren Mulholland said, “Why would anyone want FSG out … what they’re doing is top notch.”

Neil McIlroy stated: “They have built steadily year after year. Sponsors pay more, great players come, the whole club is moving forward. Compare now with the start of the Premier League.”

Craig Anderson claimed: “It’s not disputed. Even before the transfers, why even have anyone questioned FSG? What they’ve done for our club over the past five years is amazing.”

Ross Hasslehurst added, “I don’t really understand why people are leaving FSG this summer, we still have 3 weeks left in the transfer window, and yet people have complained about a lack of activity after a week, and it is clear that Edwards knows who he wants and how much he can get for them. Because it took a while. “

Matthew Higham said, “You might disagree with the owners sometimes in the way things are done but ask them to leave, after all that has happened in their tenure? Idiots – all of them.”

“If someone says before the window starts, we’re going to sign a substitute left back, Thiago and a striker to add the competition to Top 3,” said Nathan Duffy. “FSG, Edwards and Klopp have all worked for this club.”

Malcolm Jovender concluded, “The FSG is out … Mbappe, Varane and the young Messi are yet to be announced.”