After watching his side lose 3-1 to Crystal Palace, it is safe to say Brendan Rodgers has seen better weeks.
When the Northern Irishman was sacked by Reading - and even when he saw Liverpool lose their grip during the Premier League title race last season, nothing can compare to the pressure he is under at this moment in time.
And now he has a make-or-break Champions League clash in Bulgaria to worry about.
"We need to find a way because we've seen over the last couple of years as we have seen this group develop that they are very talented players," Rodgers said in his post-match press conference.
"But it's been a new phase this season and we've had a lot of games, a lot less preparation time in terms of coaching, and injuries that were key for us - but we can't complain.
"We just have to get on with it and find ways of getting results, because that's what Liverpool is about. We've showed the real size and power of this club with the last two years and we hope to build on that. We need to get back to the basics of fighting and being aggressive and then the talent should come out."
Reds fans, meanwhile, are nowhere near confident that their side can secure the win against FC Ludogorets they need to keep their Champions League hopes alive. A lot of them also think a defeat could spell the end for their manager...
Worst Premier League start in 22 years, if we don't win against Ludogorets, I think Rodgers has got to go #LFC— Scott Richardson (@scott5richo) November 23, 2014
If Liverpool don't beat ludogorets on Wednesday the clock will officially be ticking unfortunately for Rodgers I think #LFC— our kid (@RamesOwen) November 23, 2014
Another bad result against Ludogorets and i fear Rodgers will be sacked. #LFC— Red4Life (@RedSidesOfLife) November 23, 2014
Imagine feeling scared going into a match against Ludogorets. We're hopeless #LFC— Shane (@0Reilly_S) November 23, 2014
If we don't win both games against Ludogorets and Stoke, Rodgers needs to go.. Suarez made his job easy. #LFC— Mats (@meiersoe) November 23, 2014
If Rodgers still is stubborn and starts Gerrard or Lovren against Ludogorets then I wont mind him being sacked #LFC— I'mBangEfficient (@BangEfficient) November 23, 2014