So, you have a massive privilege of working for LFC, as if any of us will ever deserve an interview never mind the chance of employment, then you find yourself welcoming, indeed occupying the new manager for an hour or so before he's announced to the world among a clicking noisy background. Then, when you decide to share your day and your pics you find yourself having to explain the rationale, would you get home and wonder why people responded the way they have?
I'm not really surprised by how fans react to anything - whether it's a good reaction, a bad reaction or indifference. Maybe I got more precious and defensive when I was a bit younger / more naive - but we're all different and we've all got different opinions, views and tastes. It'd probably be boring if we were all the same.
All I - and the staff who I work with - can ever do is try our best to make great content that hopefully people want to engage with and consume. We don't pick managers, select players, design kits or set ticket prices - we just try and create content worthy of the club. If we do that well and the reaction is good more often than not, we're doing our job.
One thing I will say - and this won't go down well with many I know - is that we always try and showcase to the global fanbase and the wider world a really positive side of Liverpool FC. There's enough people who knock us and enough forums and platforms to question and criticise the club - some very much deserved on occasion - but we try and always show the good side, the best side.
If, when it comes time to leave LFC, either by choice or not, I can say I stayed true to always trying to make LFC look good, I'll be able to live with that.