A four part Radio City Talk show with more comings and goings than Lime Street Station. You really need your wits about you to keep up.
The bread in an all action sandwich this week are John Gibbons, Philippa Smallwood, Jay McKenna and Paul Senior. They focus on Anfield, what needs to be done in the future and by the fans on Sunday, before later turning attention to what they would like to see from the team.
The filling is a delightful combo of Laura Brown talking about the Empty Spaces Festival and author Mark Sanderson giving us the Southampton perspective on Sunday’s game.
See you at the finish line
Direct – Radio City Talk: Operation Anfield Exercise
Forgot the link..
I completely disagree with Jay on his point about the announcement. Obviously it’s nothing new but we all thought the deadline was Sept? 17 so we all assumed it was dead in the water after Henry’s ‘there’s a problem with ticket pricing in England’ threat. It deflated me because I think the club is very much moving in the right direction in footballing terms and this was the missing piece. I’m not alone either. A lot of people were disappointed. So, I wanted to know what was happening and so did most fans.
I don’t feel anything towards FSG but I don’t like feeling someone can’t do wrong from right. Jay mentions he wants more communication and even if he means directly with supporters groups I get that. But we’ve had some form of communication even if it’s only a press release or whatever it was. Surely, the response to the news about the possible expansion was ‘at least we know something now’ or ‘it’s good that they’ve communicated with us’ rather than this isn’t new or what is the point.
It’s great that they haven’t given up on expanding the Anfield road end. Best news (that and the Kenny Dalglish stand) for ages.