Liverpool Message Board
For those who have read a few off my posts will know I am a Man Utd fan, but why I am here is just to put my opinion across.
As you all know Man Utd are owned by an American football team owner and yes to most united fans we found it rather annoying to be at the butt of some of the jokes and comments regarding the Glazers ownership, but mostly being plunged into debt.
The takeover was against what all Utd wanted but there was bugger all we could do about it.
But we are a little further along now and as it's obvious for all to see we are doing Rather well, I have not wrote this to boast or patronise, but I felt I would put this across, the scousers hate the mancs , the mancs hate the scousers, etc, etc , blah, blah.
It's just banter and most of the time friendly, ps. my wife is a scouser.
But some of the hatred between the fans is scarry, Maybe we should think about all the manc scum and the scouse twats that are fighting side by side in Iraq against a common enemy.
I know this is a little utopian but I am feeling meloncholy and a bit drunk.
Whatever is going to happen with Gillette is going to happen so just try and enjoy the ride.
Red Till I am Dead.
We know where your coming from, I think most fans of whatever club is taken over( when the British backing/money)is no more,are worried& think it will spell the downfall of "their" club, not many of the fans ,especially those lucky enough to have worldwide audiences&brand appeal understand the financial side. in Liverpools case it seems a new "Investor"is never far away & the Press enjoy reporting on the rumour go round,lets hope this one may be a finished ride!
Cheers Steve, all the best to you and your wife. Looking forward to the Manc scum visiting Anfield ;o).
However I believe the reason for fighting in Iraq is because our Prime Minister's tongue seems to be firmly wedged between the USA's President arse cheeks and, as one of his civil servants said "off the record",
"If you want to be anywhere in the world today, you have to be on America's good side" (c/o The Guardian 2004).
Now back to the footy!