An 'anti FSG' banner was flown over Anfield ahead of Liverpool's crunch Premier League clash with Manchester United on Sunday.
The banner, which appeared in the sky moments before kick off, read: "FSG out. Klopp in. Enough is enough."
It comes during a period of uncharacteristic turmoil in the red half of Merseyside, with Liverpool supporters growing frustrated with the owners', Fenway Sport Group (FSG), handling of the club.
Reaction to the banner was mixed on social media, with some Reds fans applauding the stunt and rivals accusing them being "ungrateful".
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"Whoever has done this offer them a lifetime ticket in the new Anfield Road end," one elated Liverpool supporter tweeted. Another agreed, writing: "100% agree, enough is enough. Get them out."
However, a third Liverpool fan hit back, sarcastically writing: "Enough is enough I'm sick of winning trophies an champions league football."
A rival supporter added: "How ungrateful can Liverpool fans get? FSG have presided over the most successful period the club has ever had in the Premier League."
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A second agreed, saying: "Grow up Liverpool fans. If it weren't for Man City being unstoppable you'd have had like 5 PL titles under FSG.
A third wrote: "Last year they were best owners in the world, now you want them out? Lol. Fickle," while a fourth added: "'Enough is enough' insists fan of a club that ended on 92 points in the Premier League last season."
FSG have been at the helm at Anfield since October 2010, and in that time the club have won six major honours, including the Champions League in 2019 and the Premier League for the very first time in 2020.
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