It seems that Roy Hodgson isn't too concerned about his tenure at Anfield, which is a little strange, when one considers that the former Fulham boss appears to have aged significantly over the past few traumatic weeks.
Last night's Europa League clash brought Dutch giants Utrecht to Anfield for the final group game, with Liverpool already having qualified for the knockout stages of the tournament. In a token gesture, Liverpool admitted juniors for free, providing they were accompanied by a paying adult.
Those who did turn up didn't have much to shout about as the teams slugged out a boring 0-0 draw. To give the Dutch fans credit, they did try to 'big up' the match by taunting the silent Kop, ironically by singing their version of 'Yellow Submarine' - an archetypal Scouse Beatles song.
Not only did the Liverpool team fail dismally in the task of overcoming the plucky Dutch team, but their so called 'twelfth man' - the vastly overrated Kop - also failed to deliver, sitting in stony faced silence as their team ground out the worst bore draw seen in months.
It isn't that we here at Skoob Sports News don't like Liverpool, or their fans - it's just that on the rare occasions when they're doing well, you can't shut the gobby bastards up, and that when things aren't going that well, they wilt like dried out flowers.
Roy Hodgson still thinks his job's safe and that he'll be given the time and money to perform a rebuild.
We don't hold with that view.
We think he'll be out on his arse within a month.
More as we get it.