Interesting interpretation you have there, I completely disagree with it.
"The Liverpool Way" to me doesn't mean you keep schtum about a problem while reaping the benefits and then once your benefits stop you start singing like a song bird making excuse after excuse.
As for what Rafa did, he was clearly shafted from a great height and rather than protect his pocket he came out and told us all, something I personally respect.
So it's quite clear we see both sides of this surprisingly differently.
No mate the Liverpool way means keeping things "in house" not running to the press every time you have a problem with someone or trying to get them sacked as Rafa did on numerous occasions, with White, Parry and Purslow being the headline ones.
Maybe you respect the fact that Rafa went public and complained about losing his job, went public and complained about problems with transfers, went public and complained about his new contract, but strangely never went public and complained about the debt. In fact he did just the opposite, he told the fans not to protest and told Gerrard not to protest.
The fact that Rafa tried to leverage his new contract on the back of player contracts was just another little flaw we saw. Yet when Kuyt went public ... that was not the Liverpool way!
Sadly I still find it hard to resist a Rafa argument but I will leave it there as it only make everyone hate me and changes no ones mind.
As King Kenny said "it was right for everybody that Rafa Benitez left "
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