Yes but was your boss considering investing in LFC? If not, sorry but his comments are irrelevant.
I think we need to debate this openly - there is a danger that we could cock up the sale of the club, we need to think carefully about it.
the WSJ is aimed at business people with lots of cash, the kind of people who buy football clubs.
how does it read if you're one of these people?
the piece clearly links the campaign to english fans' unfortunate association with violence and hooliganism,
note the reference to Man U fans.
brendanbrady, my only 'agenda' is what's best for LFC, I'm no conspiracy theorist, but I am aware of how papers can spin a story for another angle.
ask yourself why it took 2 people to write this article.
one to write the original piece (Enrich, I suspect, and fair play to him) and the other to spin it into a piece on football 'fanatics' (Zuckerman, a wall st. 'insider').
only last night Newstalk radio (rubbish Irish radio station) were banging on about this and highlighting the angle of obsessed fans, stalking, hate campaigns etc. in a really condescending and negative way.
don't get me wrong, I've no problem with email campaigns etc. or any of the actions of those fans in the WJS piece, good on them.
but like LRH says, it's worth debating.
not all exposure is good exposure, just ask wayne rooney.