I bet they’re relieved that they stood by him all along, never doubted him, never gave him a moment’s criticism, and didn’t abuse him for his incompetence at any point.
You’ll never walk alone my arse.
I agree, I'd like us to be brave and go all out to buy him.
But I don't agree that we have no one who can change a game in an instant. I've lost count of the number of times Harry's scored a goal out of nowhere, and he's not the only one we've got who can do that.
But aside form that, yes...
We should enjoy this while we can, but we need to remember there are some good reasons to admire Liverpool above every other team in the league:
They're not a one man team.
None of their players ever take a dive.
They haven't got a keeper who drops a bollock every now and then.
He tried to be too clever.
He’s gone to ground. ( I wish they’d look it up and find out what “going to ground” means. It means hiding, by the way.)
When the big boys come calling.
If you need a goal, bring on Defoe.
Big Sam does what it says on the tin.
Some good bits, mainly the walk to the ground which was about ten seconds long, but way too much about the pub. And virtually nothing about our relationship with football or Tottenham or the anticipation of being in a new stadium.
Nothing wrong with the personal view but it strangely...