Just pointing out that fredthecamel is making up history and being hysterical in an attempt to push his 'solution' as a credible option.
A 'collapse' is when a single team falls back against all rivals. That has just not happened.
Since mid-November, when we surrended top spot against Southampton, we have fallen back just 3 points compared to our main rivals: ManC, Spurs and Arsenal.
In other words, all of us have had a 'collapse' or nobody has collapsed but all had a collection of indifferent results at some point during the past 3 months.
By the end of next month, LFC could be sitting comfortably in 2nd place with a cushion or have stumbled into 6th and out for the count. Whichever of the two it turns out to be will have NOTHING to do with the lack of wingers or another CB being brought in last month - which is fredthecamel's key point. Prinicipally, it will be down to how the opposition decides to play against us and how the other teams in the top 6 fare in their games.