the FEcking Bored room at Lfc ..
It would be easy to put all the blame on Brenda n , but now so many of the fan nies are turning against him, its time to show where the problems lie... wasting most of about 200 million since
f s g became the "infestors" at Lfc ... the boardroom... controlled by the mentality that gives BR 3 seasons, but didnt give OUR Kenny a complete season of his 3 year contract..
The people that broke Rafas contract, and chose,,,,Hodgson!! ...and the board ignored Rafa and sacked Kenny
(both of whom are trophy winners) and chose a novice, who is exposed when up against the likes of Maureen.
last season was great footy to watch, but unlikey to win the leagues, now that Luis has gone..and Studge is doubtful.
The Supporters missed the chance back in 2007 before G & H, and Ayre did nothing to help our cause when we forced them out, replacing them with another bunch of cheating hedge-funding y(b)ankers. Before him Parry wasnt much better, neither was Moores who sold out to G & H..without checking out who they were???
2 of the events that damaged our club in the eighties Heysell & Hillsborough could have been averted.
It was clear before the 85 final v Juve that the brussels stadiu, wasnt safe and the ticketing arrangements suspect.
At the time we had won 4 of the 8 previous finals (the others being won by brit clubs!) we had the power to refuse.
Police and stadium chiefs went to jail, and our clube got heavy european ban (Juve didnt) at our time of domination.
Kennys great teams between 86/90 could have arguably won at least 2 more Champions cups.
In 1989 our support was double that of Forrest. We should have objected to the leppings Lane decision. The FA,
the conservative govt. and the Sth Yorkshire police , especially have the blood of our Red family on their hands,
BUT WE SHOULDNT HAVE ACCEPTED EITHER decision by UEFA or the FA.
Lfc (apart from Kenny) failed to come out strongly against the FA, the media and police, why didnt the board SUE
those responsible, why didnt they officially back HJC, until recently? I love my club, its the one thuings that I always had in my life, relationships, career, location, changes, people come and go, but the Reds were always in my life..
BUT, now, when its so clear, even to the most idiotic that there is something wrong, fans need to wak up and take action, there is over 30 million registered fans on the net. being ripped off, its not diffciultto manage a business with 30 million "tame customers" , selling 3 kits every season, american sponsors, who profit from our
numbers, TV revenue, advance (*increasing) ticket sales, that means you have to be afluent to get to a game.
its all about money...going in to their pockets..and what decision they make, on players, in these 3 years f,s,g have acquired something like 30 players, with arguably only Coutinho being a consistent first teamer (thats if Brent dont keep subbing him for his "pet " Allen, or Ritcher.. his "plan d"...!) Studge is now questionable becauseof the injuries, otherwise he would be the "other success"...
Several changes in the summer, disturbed a team that came close to the league trophy, when albeit the compeition was weak
(and IMO, still is..) the intelligent thing should have been to acquire 2 or 3 top, (TOP) players to blend in to the team, carefully...
but fan nies soak up the Lfc tv propanda, and every press conference has us listening to the "hype" ...
excuses, Stevie is loyal, to whoever is the team coach (BR isnt a "manager" IMO...he is a coach, decent but nothing special) but he should know that many of the Supporters would vote him as player-coach NOW , (I proposed Kenny to back him up, at least until we could bring back Rafa! (But, with f s. g. and the yankers control of the boardroom and "transfer committee" nothing will improve..
I just wonder if there is enough courage amongst the 30 million , to push the celebs, the ex players and rich fans to join together and force them out, offer shares to Liverpool people and the global Reds support. At the moment far too many are ignorant of the situation. Changing BR just is the equivalent of putting a plaster on your thumb, during a heart attack!
|Wishing all TRUE REd supporters a deserved good fortune |
Match reporting ...
at last seeing some form from La La... but Phil was my m.o.m.
and other opinions,&
best wishes from LiverBirds...,,
Lucas: Vital the Reds continue to improve
26th Dec 2014 - Latest News
Lucas Leiva insists he is relishing his recent return to the Liverpool line-up - and the Brazilian has outlined his intentions to maintain a midfield role in Brendan Rodgers' starting XI.
Having been used only sporadically earlier in the 2014-15 campaign, Lucas was brought back into the side for the Champions League clash against Ludogorets Razgrad in Sofia on November 26.
Since then, he has been an almost constant feature in the line-up, securing a starting berth in seven out of the Reds' eight most recent fixtures.
Liverpool have lost just once in that timeframe - away to Manchester United earlier this month in the one encounter Lucas has missed since being reintroduced to the team.
"I think for us, the aim is to improve our record and be higher up the table," the midfielder told Premier League Productions. "That's what everyone here wants.
"From a personal point of view, I just want to play games week-in, week-out. I've been pleased with the way that I came back into the team and played.
"It's just important to keep that going now and hopefully have a 2015 with plenty of positives."
"It's always hard. The Premier League is becoming harder and harder. There are no easy games and you have to really play well to win matches. I think if we play the way we have played in the last couple of games, we will have a chance."
He added: "If you watch the games against the bottom teams, it's always tough and it's always hard. The game is really tight and you really have to battle. You have to challenge and I think that's why people like the Premier League.
Stevie moved into outright third place on the club's all-time league appearance list, overtaking Liddell's tally of 492.
Adam Lallana has a spring in his step.
andl is ready to put a turbulent start to his Liverpool career behind him and help transform a winter of discontent into one of revival.
Lallana’s season has mirrored that of the club he joined for £23million from Southampton last July.
There has been plenty of pain and frustration but recently that’s given way to signs of rich promise.
Arsene Wenger says he is 'forever scarred' by last season's demolition by Liverpool - Telegraph
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits that he has been forever scarred by last season's 5-1 defeat by...