I was asking a honest question mate, if what Stephen Martin is true (big if) it makes no sense to me that Kenny would turn down a resignation package if he did not want to force the hands of FSG to sack him off.
why would kenny say they acted professionally and promote the fans support of FSG by giving a positive statement as he did. I think if he was offered a package he would have taken it and kept the supporters on side. I think he would have known the reaction of most supporters in relation to his sacking and would have wanted to keep the peace as some put it. I am not sure what Stephen Martin said would be true to be honest.
Having said that football died as a sport way before today, it was a business as of 1990, and some even say before then. I cant blame FSG for protecting their investment, and I cant blame everyone else for being upset. Its like when something bad happens to someone else, and you say to yourself that will never happen to me. Well it has today, and most people are noticing for the first time, some for the hundredth, that football is all dollars and no sense. For me though, kenny is a legend, however no one person is greater then the legend of our club, and that includes Henry. Dont give up on the Reds, I am sure what all you old timers saw years ago is still there, you just need to reach down and see it despite what is happening all around you and the nature of the game. Forget what Whelan says, the soul in our club isn't about fixtures and fittings, or who greets you when you come to anfield. its about voices in the stands and i still hear and see it everytime i watch a game despite the distance i live away.