Wasn't Suzi the one who thought everyone was having a go at her? The one who accused Oli of sexism or something?
From the above post, I can see some poignant similarities in posting style and levels of paranoia.
She accused everyone of sexism and was an aggressive idiot. Good riddance.
I am as disappointed as anyone connected with Liverpool Football Club that we were unable to add further to our strike force in this summer transfer window, but that was not through any lack of desire or effort on the part of all of those involved. They pushed hard in the final days of the transfer window on a number of forward targets and it is unfortunate that on this occasion we were unable to conclude acceptable deals to bring those targets in.
It is clear that the club did put effort into trying to sign a new striker - or attacker, in Clint Dempsey. That cannot be questioned.
But a summer window which brought in three young, but significantly talented starters in Joe Allen, Nuri Sahin and Fabio Borini as well as two exciting young potential stars of the future - Samed Yesil and Oussama Assaidi - could hardly be deemed a failure as we build for the future.
Joe Allen has been a revelation in our midfield. Many fans doubted the fee and the need for him, but everyone now seems to have realised why we wanted and subsequently signed the lad. He's a cracking midfielder and one of the most technically gifted players in our league. Sahin was off the pace against Arsenal, but once he settles in and regains match fitness, he could be a star for us. If he can reproduce anything like his form from his Dortmund days, we will have an excellent player. It is hard to know what to make yet of Yesil and Assaidi as we haven't seen them play, but they look promising enough from what I have seen.
Nor should anyone minimise the importance of keeping our best players during this window. We successfully retained Daniel Agger, Martin Skrtel and Luis Suarez. We greatly appreciate their faith and belief in the club. And we successfully negotiated new, long-term contracts with Luis and with Martin.
It was imperative to keep hold of the likes of Agger, Skrtel and Suarez. We have done well to keep these quality players here when other, Champions League, more affluent clubs could offer them bigger wages and a better chance of instant success.
No one should doubt our commitment to the club. In Brendan Rodgers we have a talented young manager and we have valued highly his judgement about the make-up of the squad. This is a work in progress. It will take time for Brendan to instill his philosophy into the squad and build exactly what he needs for the long term.
They put a lot of money into the team last year and got their fingers burnt with several poor signings. I am not surprised they are not willing to put that much into the transfer coffers again this year. But despite that, the signings we have made this year look better overall than last Summer.
The transfer policy was not about cutting costs. It was - and will be in the future - about getting maximum value for what is spent so that we can build quality and depth. We are avowed proponents of UEFA's Financial Fair Play agenda that was this week reiterated by Mr Platini - something we heartily applaud. We must comply with Financial Fair Play guidelines that ensure spending is tied to income. We have been successful in improving the commercial side of the club and the monies generated going forward will give us greater spending power in the coming years.
The FFP rules have been a massive reason for them buying the club in the first place. They are looking to that as a way of making us more competitive because the great name of this club can bring in more through commercial gain than the likes of City. They have done well commercially so far and it bodes well for the future.
We are still in the process of reversing the errors of previous regimes. It will not happen overnight. It has been compounded by our own mistakes in a difficult first two years of ownership. It has been a harsh education, but make no mistake, the club is healthier today than when we took over.
It is very good that they not only admit mistakes, but are learning from them as well. There is no shame in not getting everything right first time. The club is in much better hands than before and that will only benefit us going forward.
Spending is not merely about buying talent. Our ambitions do not lie in cementing a mid-table place with expensive, short-term quick fixes that will only contribute for a couple of years. Our emphasis will be on developing our own players using the skills of an increasingly impressive coaching team. Much thought and investment already have gone into developing a self-sustaining pool of youngsters imbued in the club's traditions.
The likes of Raheem Sterling will definitely benefit from the long-term strategy at the club. It bodes well for all young talents coming into Melwood.
That ethos is to win. We will invest to succeed. But we will not mortgage the future with risky spending.
I don't want to see the club spending beyond their means. It is frustrating to see the likes of Chelsea, City and United throwing the cash around, but we simply do not have that sort of money available.
After almost two years at Anfield, we are close to having the system we need in place. The transfer window may not have been perfect but we are not just looking at the next 16 weeks until we can buy again: we are looking at the next 16 years and beyond. These are the first steps in restoring one of the world's great clubs to its proper status.
As said, this is a long-term project and success will not come overnight. We are three games into the season and some people are already writing off FSG and Rodgers. Those people are idiots. Sure things may not work out for the best, but they could - and nobody can honestly tell that right now.
It will not be easy, it will not be perfect, but there is a clear vision at work. We will build and grow from within, buy prudently and cleverly and never again waste resources on inflated transfer fees and unrealistic wages. We have no fear of spending and competing with the very best but we will not overpay for players.
I agree that we should not overpay for players. Why should we be held to ransom and pay over the odds for the likes of Clint Dempsey? He is 29 years old and has had one good season.
We will never place this club in the precarious position that we found it in when we took over at Anfield. This club should never again run up debts that threaten its existence.
An excellent way of operating.
Most of all, we want to win. That ambition drives every decision. It is the Liverpool way. We can and will generate the revenues to achieve that aim. There will be short-term setbacks from time to time, but we believe we have the right people in place to bring more glory to Anfield.
Only time will tell.
Finally, I can say with authority that our ownership is not about profit. Contrary to popular opinion, owners rarely get involved in sports in order to generate cash. They generally get involved with a club in order to compete and work for the benefit of their club. It's often difficult. In our case we work every day in order to generate revenues to improve the club. We have only one driving ambition at Liverpool and that is the quest to win the Premier League playing the kind of football our supporters want to see. That will only occur if we do absolutely the right things to build the club in a way that makes sense for supporters, for us and for those who will follow us. We will deliver what every long-term supporter of Liverpool Football Club aches for.
Let's hope they can deliver this success to us. They've already saved us from Hicks, Gillett and administration!