What Did Your Parents Say?

No, really....no.
I’m not mad, I’m disappointed. That’s it. Like the time you were so drunk you fell down the stairs, rolling through your own vomit before hitting the bottom. Or, when your Mom caught a girl sneaking out of the house at 6am and she wasn’t even good looking. How about when you had to show them your report card with a final grade of 12% in your math class? Just disappointed? You should have been furious.

Anyone who still harbored the misguided notion that we could somehow, despite the futility of our attempts, sneak into a Champions League spot by the time May rolled around can shut your gob right now. A wonder goal from Sebastián Coates, a simple second from Dirk Kuyt, more chances than mathematically possible to calculate and no less than 11 corner kicks in 25 minutes and still we can’t string together 2 back to back wins in the league. 3 unanswered goals, one of them from former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse, and just like that we throw another “easy” one away.

If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry. Far past the point of embarrassment, bordering on psychosis. No chance to save your pride today.

I still believe. In the club. In Kenny. In the players and everything I did before having my testicles kicked into my throat, but what the hell is going on? Time for bed. Now.


Steven McMillan

Can’t find up from down or tell black from white, but doesn't care cause it’s all Red to him. When he's not pissing and moaning about all things Liverpool, he’s chatting nonsense with his multiple personalities — or his “entourage” as he likes to call them.

5 thoughts on “What Did Your Parents Say?

  • March 22, 2012 at 7:55 am

    I am not convinced by Kenny, 20 years out of the game and it shows, Roy Hodgson would have been booed off

  • March 22, 2012 at 9:24 am

    Bring back Rafa. I knew the moment we sacked the great man we were in trouble.

  • March 22, 2012 at 9:59 am

    Time to drop Carroll and Adam – play Morgan and Shelvey…they can’t be any worse than the lumbering parking bollards we currently have in midfield and attack…

  • March 22, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    The consistency in Liverpool’s results has been the worst thing this season. You literally couldn’t put a bet on them this season without the risk of it not coming off. To lose 3-2 after being 2-0 up should never happen to a team who supposedly have ambitions of qualifying for the Champions League again.

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