don't this just sum up the level of stupidity you see on this forum all the time...
idiots going berserk over something they havent even seen yet
has the last 12 months especially, not taught u any lessons about believing the ***** printed in chip wrappings
Many of them know that the Dalglish sacking will be in the documentary, they know Liverpool wont buy any players in January or next summer and they know Liverpool will never win the league with FSG in as owners.
I just wish they'd post which lottery numbers they're playing this week.
when is the programme being aired any1 know ?and what channel ?
Paul Dalglish mentioned on his twitter earlier that Liverpool have the final say on editing.
I am quite keen on this programme, LFC have final say and it will gain us some good publicity.
I am sure they will include loads on our fan base and history as well as goings on throughout the club.
I doubt they will show anything that will upset LFC's best interests and I doubt they will show anything but respect for Kenny even if it does document his sacking, if it does however it would be the worst thing they can do as it will upset and annoy many fans including me.
i have to say i cant wait for this,wish we could play a match 3 times a day i love liverpool and the more i can see the better.who cares what other fans think of us, they dont us like us anyway.nobody likes a winner,
The behind-the-scenes documentary Being Liverpool is about to go public. I can't help feeling this is going to be another PR disaster. The club is currently in turmoil. The fans are angry and divided. The manager and the owners are not on the best of terms. The team has had a poor start to the season and confidence is low. And who knows how many players will get injured on international duty - an outcome that will exacerbate FSG's failings in the transfer market.
There is a risk this documentary is going to inflame existing troubles and reopen old wounds (Dalglish, Suarez). Management (FSG) have a big call to make. They have no doubt already had a chance to see it (if they haven't and release it without watching it then we can finally agree that they are incompetent and in dereliction of their fiduciary duty). Good management would also ensure that Brendan Rodgers has had a chance to see it as it could have an impact on the already fragile morale of his squad. One also hopes there is no reference to the Suarez race row with the United match almost upon us. Realising all these things is the bare requirement of good management. And it means Henry and Werner, and they alone, are in a position to decide if now is a good time to release this documentary. Given their less-than-perfect record of late, I would err on the side of caution.
Concerning Rodgers,I've always been slIghtly dubious of a man who has a large,mean and moody photo of himself hanging up in his living room
I fear the programme could open the club up for yet more ridicule at a time when we least need it. I hope I'm wrong and it proves to be an insightful and balanced look behind the scenes at one of the greatest football clubs in the world.
would be interested to see a poll of the age groups of the people who dont like the idea of this programme being made, i have my suspicions already but still would be good to see.
[QUOTE=TheWalkingRed;8084038]Ok,stand corrected.Thought it looked a bit odd.thanks for the info
Too many people worrying about this. I think it will be good to get an insight into what goes on at the club. I don't really give a flip what other teams/fans think of it.
I think its time to get our club back to a football club mentallity, and not a business/ reality tv show.
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