Anyway, there's a difference between being naive and still learning. From the start when they took over they were up front about the learning curve and neither of them pretended to be football experts.
Semantics. How much did they know when they actually decided to bid? I'm pretty sure they had been "briefed" by experts and if they really didn't know anything about the club or the sport it makes them look even more like bargain hunters. Buy low, sell high. Klinsmann wasn't available?
I'm glad we didn't go into administration. We're still alive and we almost ended up winning two cups this year. I'm sure that counts for something right?
I would have thought that in saving the club from administration it was understood that they'd be afforded some leeway in the process of moving the club forward, but apparently not; their decisions at the start are now forever reflective of their decisions moving forward and their knowledge is static. So they are not just learning but "naive" and the plan is too keep reiterating this point until what? they sell? Hire Kenny back? It's just an outburst of anger under the guise of "dialogue." Oh and we want things kept in house too, except when we don't.
Now you're just being hyperbolic. "Reiterating this point until what". I've said it once before this discussion started ffs. So if not naive, what is it if you're consulting a baseball guy to hire a Department of Football guy, or did they just take his unrequested advice. You're right, naive may not be the best word.
They are going to sell. There is no question about that. How far forward we are before they decide to do so is the question. If we're gonna end up without a new stadium and with just Anfield covered in jumbotrons, plastered with sponsor's signs and billboards and sky high tickets prices to go with a managerial turnstyle hoping for a miracle to be competitive every year then what? I'm sure you'll blame the fans or SOS or come up with other excuses.
If you think my posts were "outbursts of anger", you're either a hyperbole lover or pretty thin skinned. All this from me saying I saw nothing wrong with the SOS letter.
LIsten, for the love I have for this club I hope FSG prove me wrong. Until then, a few things will have to happen for me to stop thinking this is going to end up badly. (or this sin't going to end up well).