Your opinion is w*nk, hence the so called abuse you say you get, has it ever occurred to you that you are so ignorant of what this club is about that your opinion sticks in the throat of fans that have supported this club through thick & thin and have perhaps witnessed season's worse than this one,
It obviously hasn't because you don't and never will understand the ups & downs this club has endured for 129 years, it goes without saying that this season has been majorly disappointing but they're are genuine reasons for that, but all you can do is stick the f***in knife in instead of actually supporting, and that is what you don't get, and others of your ilk,
As long as you keep up your bullshit opinions so too will the abuse you will get, so if indeed you are a genuine fan, then either get behind the team or F**k Off, it's a simple equation.
So my opinion, which doesn't hurt anyone, being shared on a FORUM OF DIVERSE OPINIONS deserves abuse?
Does that work in any other aspect of our society?
Please give me another example of abuse being justified against someone who holds a differing opinion to yourself.
You all sit there judging my support. You have no idea the pain I've had over the years supporting this club.
I'm 35 and had 30 years of pain with some joy along the way
My first bit of success was under Houllier. Then we went missing for years until Rafa.
2005 gave me something I never felt before.
Then we nearly done it (2nd finish).
Woy. I need to add nothing else to that.
Sir Kenny gave me a cheer. We also spent a bit of cash and Suarez was the pick of the lot. Downing was a mess
Then Brendan and that season only for us to capitulate the year after.
Klopp came and it all changed. I had belief and he gave me pride again.
Big ears two (in my lifetime) but I wanted the league so badly. So so badly.
We finally done it and I actually cried. A grown man on his sofa crying.
We didn't get to celebrate. We had no open top bus, celebration together. No filling the streets of Liverpool.
We all have our own personal relationship with this club so we all have differnt feelings. Not being able to celebrate the league killed me inside. It really hurt. After all those years of wanting her I couldn't even watch us lift it and now by the time celebrations come back around it'll be City AGAIN!
The season before, when we were one point away, the last game of the season was City away to Brighton. Guess where I was for the whole deciding game? On an Etihad flight to Abu Dhabi. They aired the whole city game in the sky.
I had to watch them win it, air hostess' handing out celebratory drinks and sweets. City shirts coming out from all corners of the plane.
Arrived in Abu Dhabi and the streets covered in Aguero and Pep pictures "well done City" all over the place. "Champions of England again" on billboards. Everywhere I went.
My pain, from previous years, made me believe we won't get back to a challenge. We'll go back to mid table mediocrity.
Guess where we are now, back as mid table mediocrity! So yes, previous pain has me the way I am.
Of course I support them but at the same time I've become ruthless. I refuse to blind support anymore.
Back then if you asked me who the best left back in the world was I'd say "Riise". Best defensive mid? "Momo". I was blind with my support but I didn't care.
Now I'm pointing fingers and saying "he needs to go". I've looked at clubs that have SUSTAINED their success and they're ALL RUTHLESS.
I want sustained success for my team.
Ox, Keita, Mane, Bobby, Matip, Gomez, (kept but no longer a starter), Origi, Shaq and Minamino. These players would have been let go by a ruthless club!
You can choose to disagree with me but keep your abuse to yourself BECAUSE ABUSING SOMEONE WHO DOESN'T SHARE THE SAME OPINION AS YOU DOESN'T WORK IN ANY OTHER ASPECT OF SOCIETY AND JUST SHOWS A PERSONS IGNORANCE AND SELFISHNESS