HICKS BACK WITH HIS USUAL GARBAGE

Friends Of Liverpool

Tom Hicks, that paragon of virtue and sadly, joint owner of Liverpool has decided to speak to the press as I knew he would about the new sponsorship deal that M.D. Christian Purslow agreed with Banking giants Standard Charter yesterday.
Hicks was quoted on the PA as saying: ”You have to look at the cash flow not the accounting,”(in other words, the debt they have put on us)” and we intend to operate Liverpool where it has a very strong strong positive cash flow so we have the resources to be as competitive as possible on the pitch–that’s our commitment.”
What commitment?
The club itself is earning major amounts of money by being successful at home and in Europe so Hicks is saying he wants to use the clubs revenue, NOT HIS, to keep the club going.
He makes my blood boil, I see right through his smarmy small talk, the sooner he goes, the bankrupt buffoon, the better.
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