No offence taken but would rather people debate the content of my posts rather than this general you are only saying it because your negative. My main points about Fsg were lack of investment in the playing side the lack of news on the stadium the priority to cut costs and this current debacle with the Suarez situation. Debate them points tell me why im wrong there.
I'm not going to say wether you are right or wrong but will give my opinion on your points.
1. Lack of investment in January.
Obviously there was no investment in the first team in the last transfer window but that does not necessarily mean that we weren't able to invest. There is a big difference here.
Ayre was quoted as saying money was there if needed and I'm sure Kenny said he was happy with what he had.
If there was money to spend and the manager didn't feel we needed to spend it is it still the owners fault?
Now I feel you are pissed off, and you have form here, that we weren't bidding all round on 'marquee' signings and also if we did spend big money on players you didn't like you would still be unhappy.
I'm not sure that a lack of news is a bad thing and would like to know why you feel it is.
From day one FSG said they would explore all possibilities before making any decision on a stadium and don't think anything has changed here. I'd rather they exhausted all avenues, especially if it resulted in us staying at Anfield before spending millions an any new stadium.
If carefull planning and getting the decision right is now a bad thing then you and I have very differing views on how things should be done.
3. Cutting costs.
I'll presume you mean getting the wage bill down here as I don't really see any other area where they have cut costs as I haven't heard about any other cost cutting exercises in the club. If anything we are still investing in the academy and have also sealed a massive deal with Warrior and also a few other sponsorship deals ie Stanley.
On the cost cutting of the wage bill again I don't see how slashing the wage bill by getting rid of players who barely featured or who contributed little is a bad thing.
Why slate FSG for cutting the wage bill by getting rid of players who weren't going to bring us success?
I have always backed Luis in this and like most of us feel he and the club have been treated badly to say the least.
The decision was made to accept the ban and move on where I personally thought that the club should have fought the decision but they obviously thought that it was an unwinnable case as the FA choose to believe Evra over Luis.
It looks that we as a club decided to back Luis privately but take the ban and move on.
After Saturday and the apparent forced apology I don't see it as clear cut as some on here as I think that it is entirely possible that Kenny didn't like seeing how he was portrayed in his interview after the game and after speaking to Ayre decided he would apologise along with Luis. It has also been reported that all the movement on the apology came from Liverpool without any pressure from FSG.
They may well have got involved to protect their investment but, again I might be alone here, I don't necessarily see that as a negative as their investment is this club and if their investment is secure and successful as a business it can only help us on the football side of things.
I said yesterday that we have massive pride in our club and how we go about our business and I just have a feeling that FSG have a similar perspective albeit on a more business focused point of view.
The main problem I have with the majority of your posts over the last few months in particular is the sheer negativity.
You want it all and you want it now.
You always want transfers but complain if they are not players you like or rate.
You complain about FSG yet they appointed the man the vast majority of us wanted and gave him the money to buy the players he wanted, the only problem here is they were players you didn't want. They have promised to explore the possibility of staying at Anfield which again the vast majority of us wanted and they appear to be running the club on stable foundations.
What exactly do you want from them?