Friends Of Liverpool

So, its out with the old and in with the new, yet its still the same old story.

Penny-pinching owners who care more about their draft players in Boston than investing a few quid into their pet-project, namely Liverpool Football Club.

Brendan Rodgers, to his immense credit, got rid of alot of deadwood at Anfield; Adam, Carroll, Kuyt, Maxi and Ecclestone, reducing the wage-bill and getting costs down.

Yet, inexplicably, FSG and John W Henry failed to grant him the £2 million it would have cost to buy a certain Clint Dempsey from Fulham(plus £4 million from the sale of Charlie Adam).

Ok, on the one hand I can understand the Boston owners unwillingness to squander precious money, two Summers in a row after Kenny Dalglish’s disasterous spending last Season.

But, on the other hand, they should have backed Ian Ayre and Brendan Rodgers to buy Clint Dempsey at £6 million from Fulham.

Adam Morgan, keep your boots on and just literally stand on the six-yard line as thats where you score all your goals.

FSG, must do better!

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