I read with dismay about two of our players that were speculated to be on their way out of Anfield, simply because they were not played for the last couple of games. One is obviously Robbie Keanne and the other, Daniel Agger.
The UK media had a field day writing their pathetic prophecies about Keanne that is supposedly on the verge of quiting Liverpool and might rejoin Tottenham. The business deal is simple. Since Liverpool only paid cash 50 % of the total asking price of 20 million pounds, so Hotspur will pay Liverpool may be... 6-7 million and for-go the balance 10 million. If that's so simple.
Similar to Agger. Since the return of Skrtel, Agger found himself not in the starting line-up. And he was quoted as saying that he' s afraid that he is forced out of Liverpool (may be like Pennant?).
Is this the norms in the English Premier League nowadays? You're a superstar. Earning 50-60,000 per week and when you're not playing (for legitimate or otherwise reasons), so you have the right to speak up your mind out loud and questioning the manager about it.
The January door is coming to a close in 4 days. May be everything seems to be `business as usual' regardless how depressing the whole scenario it created with such undermining media statement. What we need is calm. What we want is stability. Only then we can create winnings... something most of us have been missing for quite sometime. Too many unwanted draws. Don't you agree more?
* above photo of one most-hated player on earth is taken without permission from the Guardian UK