If you thought that Liverpool is going under tough moment then expect Alex Chamberlain's woe to double the misery of his current club. The only solace that the former Southampton player has at this time earning a huge salary. The English versatile player has played in seven out of the eight games for the two teams witnessing only a single victory.

After seeing his former side, Arsenal in a shock defeat at the hands of Stoke City and the 4-0 thumping at the hands of Liverpool the former gunner joined Liverpool only to suffer 5-0 rout at the hands of Manchester City.

It means that Alex oversaw the two side that he featured for conceding a total number of ten goals without a reply in just three matches.

Could it be a curse?

The former Saint should count himself luck in a way as he's among the few players who've played for their childhood dream teams. As a child, Chamberlain was an ardent Arsenal fan, and he realized his dream after joining the North Londoners from Southampton. Upon signing for Arsenal, many pundits expected that he would remain loyal and play for the side until the end of his career, but that wasn't the case. Could his woes emanate from quitting his dream team?

Before putting his signature for The Reds, the former Gunner was on the verge of joining the West Londoners, Chelsea only to change his mind upon seeing the enticing wage that his current club was offering.

The indecision seems to be working against him as he was courting two rivals of Arsenal while unsure of the side to join. After Chelsea had failed to sign him, The Blues went for Ross Barkley who's rumored to have had even a medical test before ditching the Champions to remain at Everton.

In the recent past, Liverpool has had a tendency of recruiting players who have previously played for Southampton but many of them have flopped save for the lanky Peter Crouch.

Chamberlain has joined fellow Southampton graduates including; Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, and Sadio Mane. Currently, all the former Saints can't feature for Liverpool except Alex Chamberlain. Lallana and Clyne are injured while Sadio Mane is under suspension after receiving a straight red-card in the Liverpool's biggest loss at Etihad Stadium in over seven decades.

Other new signings are already doing better

New players are slowly settling and even scoring goals for their sides including defenders and defensive midfielders, but Chamberlain hasn't managed to score a goal or set an assist for his new team, Liverpool.Romelu Lukaku who joined Manchester United from Everton currently tops the League scoreboard with five goals while his former Arsenal teammate, Alexandre Lacazatte has two goals to his name after just signing from Lyon. Chelsea newcomer, Alvaro Morata who signed from Real Madrid in the summer has three league goals to his name and his compatriot, Mohamed Salah who joined from Roma also has three goals.

A defender, Sead Kolasinac whom Chamberlain left at Emirate Stadium is enjoying an impressive season, while Davide Zappacosta who came from Torino to Chelsea in the summer has a goal to his name despite featuring sparingly. Will the Ox finally pay off for the wage that he gets at the Kop?