- May 23, 2016
I haven't read any Redman5 posts before the ones you quoted but I think he may have a point. Troy Deeney has had issues in the past and I'm not sure the premier league should be stopped because of a few players who don't feel safe. He battered a student lying injured on the ground outside a club in 2012 and didn't seem to be too concerned for the health of his victim or his own public persona at that point. He served time for that appalling assault so it's a bit wide of the mark to suggest Redman5's posts are stigmatising and intrusive.If Liverpool are given the title or not I don't think anyone can take away how dominant they've been this season. They've been the best team in the league and I recognise them as such. All hyperbole and silliness aside I genuinely have no hard feelings towards most of the Liverpool supporters posting here and where I genuinely think perspective has been lacking it has usually been within understandable limits. However:
There is a intrusive, stigmatising undercurrent to your posts that is unpleasant. I'm hoping that you've simply lost your mind in a weird football nerd tantrum, and you're not actually like this in real life.
I find it very difficult to decide how matters could be concluded fairly and equitably. All players, fans etc of a certain club have a vested interest and I don't see how that can change.
If this season isn't played out and Liverpool are handed the title then so be it. In the past I have facetiously suggested they should refuse the trophy on moral grounds but there can be no doubt that if they were "handed" the trophy it would be a tainted victory.