Four things Liverpool fans want to know as supporters group meet with club chief

Liverpool fans will no doubt have plenty of questions for the club’s chief executive Billy Hogan when he meets supporters group Spirit of Shankly on Tuesday.

The four leading members of SOS are due to hold a discussion with Hogan following the botched European Super League breakaway attempt and the future of Fenway Sports Group as owners of the club.

Principal owner John W Henry was one of the protagonists for the ESL, and his apology video hasn’t done all that much to ease fans discontent.

Jamie Carragher had called on FSG to sell up, but it doesn’t appear that all fans necessarily feel that way, certainly not to the extent seen at Manchester United towards the Glazers.

But ahead of some important discussions, here are five things Liverpool fans may well want to know from those in charge when SOS meet Hogan.

How can John W Henry and FSG be trusted?

After breaking the trust of the fans, just like the rest of the five English clubs involved in the ESL, how can the owners ever be trusted again?

It will no doubt be a slow process as Henry and FSG try to get supporters back on side.

Maybe it will come in the form of investment into the squad or improving facilities, but it is certainly possible for FSG to turn things around with the fans.

Will FSG be selling up?

Henry made it pretty clear that their work at Anfield was still in its early stages.

So it will almost definitely be a no, especially if they do manage to patch things up with the fans.

FSG, and perhaps more specifically Jurgen Klopp, have brought Liverpool their first Premier League title and a Champions League crown, so that is

Will there be another breakaway attempt?

Well Hogan is hardly likely to admit that Liverpool are about to instigate another Super League!

However, it is very possible that a similar competition will be on the horizon again.

So it would no doubt be looked favourably upon if Hogan were to assure supporters that the Reds will not be involved in any future endeavours.

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Will there be any signings this summer?

After such a disappointing year, Liverpool need to bounce back and try to win the title again, especially if they don’t have the Champions League to focus on.

There is talk of Mohamed Salah leaving, along with the out of contract Georginio Wijnaldum, which would be catastrophic for the club.

But Klopp is also in need of reinforcements at the back, as shown by the injury problems this year, while a potent striker is surely a must too.

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