DISCLAIMER : THE LETTER BELOW IS A FICTITIOUS HOWEVER IT DOES REFLECTS SOME OPINIONS FOUND ON TWITTER
Dear Mr. Henry:
You have been ignoring my Tweets so I decided to write you a letter.
I was the one who led the campaign #KennyOut and I must say thank you for listening to me and my friends, we have been working very hard to get Kenny Dalglish fired ever since he signed Jordan Henderson. To make matters worse Kenny sent Alberto Aquilani on loan to Italy, I think Kenny felt threatened because Aquilani is also known as a Prince and princes usually take over for Kings. He should have also kept Christian Poulsen, he has continental experience and is better than Charlie Adam. Not to forget that Kenny got rid of Torres and Meireles and brought in Carroll and Downing. Carroll??? WTF? He hasn’t even scored a single goal for Liverpool.
I have spent a lot of money on Liverpool F.C. merchandise, last year alone I spent £20 to purchase all the three Liverpool shirts from this website in China. To be honest with you I don’t think they make a profit on this website (www.GreatFootballReplicaShirts.cn) when they can sell all these shirts so cheaply. They are not totally original but no one will know the difference. That is beside the point however YOU AS OWNER of Liverpool F.C. have to listen to me and do as I say because I spend money.
I thought it was Kenny who was obsessed with buying English players but now you have done the same thing by signing an English manager. WTF man? What are you thinking? You could have signed Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola or Roberto Di Matteo but no you go for the English guy. Why are you so obsessed with the English? I thought we are Scouse not English, what is going on in your head?
I hope this Brendan Rodgers guy signs some quality players, I really want us to sign players like Aguero, Silva, Robin Van Persie or Carlos Tevez. Looks at Chelsea they have signed Hazard and Hulk and who have we signed? Spiderman?
Please get things right or I might have to start supporting another team that spends money on good players and managers.