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article is basically a retort to the love-in Claus had in his last article about King Kenny and a return to the Liverpool glory days.
Now Claus is one for the nostalgia and I think that secretly he yearns for the glory days to return to Liverpool, perhaps even bringing back retro football shirts and Pannini sticker albums back in the process. Me? I couldn’t care less about their demise. In fact, I’m rather enjoying it.
Firstly I think it’s hilarious that their previous owner, David Moores, sold out originally to Hicks & Gillett based on their experience building stadiums in America. Don’t worry about how much money they both have, focus on their ability to knock up a stadium in another country.
Me, I’d have gone with DIC.
Limitless money, a yearning lust to be accepted by the world and an ambition to have the sexiest play thing in the Premier League.
Anyway, Liverpool fans all wanted a change of ownership, they enjoyed the initial ejaculation of money that came with it and now it’s all gone wrong, they’ve had to start again.
Roy Hodgson inherited a poor squad and didn’t help his chances of staying in
by purchasing poor players and insulting the greatest fans on earth. He was fired, King
Kenny was reinstated and the transfer merry-go-round began.
Firstly, Torres is undeniably a superb player. Liverpool were never going to replace him. Suarez was the first player signed up. Ok, he has a fantastic record in Holland, but in fairness, so did Alfonso Alves, Mateja Kezman and Klass Jan Huntelaar. Being a good goal scorer in that league only shows that you know where the net us. It doesn’t mean that you’ll be good in the Premiership,
At £22million, he is a massive risk. Make no mistake about that. If he hits the same heights at Liverpool, I’d be very impressed. Especially with the poor service he’s likely to be receiving.
Is he a signing that’s going to make an impact right away? Liverpool better hope so.
Andy Carroll was next up. I was absolutely staggered when I heard his fee was over £18million. I was gobsmacked when I heard Liverpool had actually gone to £35million for a player who has played barely six months in the Premier League. He didn’t even manage to finish top scorer in the Championship last year!
If he was Danish, quite simply he’d be Nik Bendtner.
How on earth can so many intelligent people make a decision that ludicrous?
I mean, he doesn’t even have a reputable character. If he’s not beating up women, he’s caving team
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average footballer. It is staggering Liverpool thought it was a good idea to make him the 7th most expensive player of all time!
Even funnier was the fact that the West Ham coach Steve Clarke ran the rule over him in 2009 and decided he wasn’t worth a million!
Giving your coach the best part of £60million to
spend in the January transfer window sends out a message about ambition. Letting him spend that on players that aren’t proven sends out a message that you can change the owners, but if you are working with muppets you’ll continue to make the same mistakes.
I’m looking forward to the next tragic chapter in Liverpool’s recent history unfold in car crash like fashion.
If only money could buy brains …