P**ck!! You mean a sad day for the residents that just want a break from the constant crowds in the area. Let's be honest here, yeah they will be used to crowds flocking to the match every other week but why can't they get a break too when the season ends.
And your sh*t attempt at trying to be a wind up is f**king pathetic!!
You guys sure love to swear.....and booze......and sing with your mates. Letting the women run the country is the smart choice. I get it.
As far as "winding you up".......you need to let go of the good ole days and come to grips with economic realities of funding
an elite roster that can compete on the world stage at a sustained level verses teams with much larger revenue streams.
The city will need to adapt and allow the Fenway Group to do what they do best.....maximize space, create new revenue streams, expand beyond perceived boundaries....then reinvest profits into the team.
For sustained success....there is no half way.
The Fenway Group Formula is being implemented in Liverpool...like it or not.
Get on board or step aside
You won't recognize the area in a dozen years....bank on it.