Not wholly true is it?
Exactly what it is. They are screwing the club for their own profits.Mate you don't buy the thing for 1.5 billion and then pay off the loan in the same way you don't but somebodys house and pay off the existing mortgage/debt they have on the house.
The debt is Enics, reality is they won't sell for years because say the club is worth 1.5 billion then enic only get 800 million of that if they sell for that price and the other 700 million services their debt, from their perspective every year the stadium pays for its self and gives them a little bit more equity each year, they are increasing their net worth year on year.
It really is crazy that he eats in the canteen with the players.
You know why he does as well, he wants everyone, manager included, to know he's there at all times, watching over every single aspect of the club, WAY too much interference imo.
Maybe instead of appointing a manager he should just do the job, I reckon he fancies himself for it.
The scary thing about not being able to think for yourself though is that so many of the people now voting out have based it on the Everton game.
It's called 'the straw that broke the camel's back" sammy. Everyone has a breaking point and starting the new season with such an abject performance may well have brought a lot of people to reach theirs.The scary thing about not being able to think for yourself though is that so many of the people now voting out have based it on the Everton game.
Let’s be honest, had we won, this thread wouldn’t even exist would it.
Fantastic postI already wanted them out before the documentary and had long lost faith in their ability to improve on the football side of the business (the most important part as a football club) but after watching the documentary I felt sick to my stomach.
Watching that board meeting with Levy and his fucking penny counting numbskulls and then seeing the sheer incompetence of our staff (Hitchens specifically) whilst having to endure seeing Levy walking around with his head over everyones shoulder trying to interfere wherever possible like some sort of megalomaniac made me cringe.
Is this what the Liverpool chairman does on a daily basis do you think? Walk around the lunch room trying to convince the manager to keep players who want to leave and lurching around in the background pretending to act like "one of the boys" when he is anything but.
Look, he's good at running a business for profit but he should be nowhere near footballing decisions, as a matter of fact, ENIC should be nowhere near this football club if we ever want to be anything other than the bridesmaids, at this rate we aren't even getting an invite to the wedding, utterly shit and the buck stops at the owners I am afraid, it's time that THEY took the blame.