Quote of the Day
“Liverpool wore those T-shirts supporting Suarez, which I thought was the most ridiculous thing for a club of Liverpool’s stature. I think Kenny was falling back on the chip on the shoulder. The problem I felt was there was no Peter Robinson at Liverpool. He would never have allowed the situation to be handled like it was. The young directors there idolised Kenny and there was no-one to say: ‘Hey, behave yourself, this is out of order, this is Liverpool Football Club’.”
In one of the more vitriolic sections of his new autobiography, former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, has little time for the way Liverpool handed the Luis Suarez ‘racism’ incident.