The Seven Year Itch | FSG - A Review

The Seven Year Itch | FSG - A Review

In October of 2010, Fenway Sports Group purchased Liverpool FC for £300 million. In his first statement as owner, John Henry claimed,
'We're here to win and we'll do whatever is necessary.'
Fast-forward almost seven years later, and fans are still divided as to whether FSG have been good owners for the club, and whether the club has progressed, regressed, or simply remained stationary for this period. Under FSG, Liverpool FC have had four managers: Roy Hodgson (sacked January 2011), Kenny …
Fitness & Depth: Liverpool's Summer Needs

Fitness & Depth: Liverpool's Summer Needs

With silly season upon us, every radio host, back page editor and ITK Twitter expert will be theorizing on who Liverpool might be bringing in as the Reds prepare to make their return to the Champions League. Of course with Liverpool supporters there's always the added dimension of Fenway Sports Group. Are you #FSGIN or #FSGOUT? Are FSG spending enough? Are they allowing Jurgen Klopp to build a big enough squad? Do they have enough "ambition?" Rarely in any of …
FSG: The Caretakers Role coming to an end?

FSG: The Caretakers Role coming to an end?

A desolate house gives off a bad first impression. You see the exterior and it's judged purely on that. You don't see what's beneath the cod web and boarded up windows. You look at the rickety, rotted beams that barely keep the house standing and think it's just been poorly looked after. Set foot on the staircase and the creaks of the once lavish wood will tell you all you need to know of times gone by. One more storm …
Kenny Dalglish Sacked -

Kenny Dalglish Sacked - "The Liverpool Way" is Dead

It was headline news on Sky Sports, BBC and in all the newspapers. Everyone knew what happened. Kenny Dalglish didn’t resign as manager, nor did he come to the end of his contract. He was sacked. By Liverpool Football Club. Kenny Dalglish was sacked by Liverpool Football Club. I felt sick reading it, hearing it and thinking about it. Liverpool’s league performance in the 2011/12 season wasn't good enough. Too few goals were scored, too many games were lost. Arguably even worse, there …

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