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You have that just about right John. Its going to be hard to resist for Harry. As he said, 'its the pinnacle of a football managers career'. He'll be a success as much as Terry Venables was I imagine. Seems the same kind of feeling around that got him the job. He came close, so I can only hope Harry goes one step further. Either way I wish you all the luck in your pursuit of some glory. Anything but the thought of Man Utd. winning again. More especially so after the antics of Evra(some kind of nut) and Ferguson. Seems they have no class or sense of what is the right way to behave. But they never did have anyway, did they?
I agree that I'd rather see most other teams win the league over Manure, but I have to ask,
'More especially so after the antics of Evra(some kind of nut) and Ferguson. Seems they have no cl
ass or sense of what is the right way to behave. But they never did have anyway, did they?'
What have I missed? I thought Evra's conduct throughout the Liverpool game and the Suarez incident was good, especially in light of Suarez's god-awful- attitude?
Did I miss something? Because IMO Liverpool, Dalglish and Suarez are all damaging the EPL.
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When King Kenny took back the Liverpool job, I thought we were about to see the awakening of a sleeping giant...he made some adventurous signings and got the best of established players who looked to be failing at the time, Kuyt especially comes to mind, and Lucas. He also brought in acouple of youngsters from the LFC youth set-up, and I thought we've got to watch this lot...definitely top four material - all down to Kenny. I had great respect for him for years as a player and a manager. He stood up to Wenger who refuses to shake lots of hands because it is such an English obsession. But since the start of the Suarez/Evra caper, he has changed into an arrogant, humourless and bitter man. I listened to an interview with him before the Spurs game and to me he seemed to answer every reasonable question as if it was the most stupid question ever asked, seemed patronising and almost sneering. I don't know if it's all become too much for him to come out of retirement, or whether the Suarez thing and the subsequent stunts and publicity have taken their toll, but it's all disappointing from a man so many people in and out of football look up to. I read tonight that both he and Suarez have apologised over Saturday's fiasco, and that KK was genuinely unaware that Suarez had refused the handshake. I hope it's enough to draw a line under the affair!