It’s certainly been an entertaining season at Liverpool. More lows than highs for sure, but at least since the new owners and the return of Kenny, things have been looking far more positive. Add to that the latest high cost signing, and what could go wrong?
Reports now state our current number nine wants out. Given all the positive news recently, the timing of his request is most interesting. To me it shows he’s wanted away for some time now. Understandable upto a few weeks ago, but you’d have thought given the current situation he’d have wanted to at least see how it went until the end of the season. Apparently not.
So, in my view he can go, I’d far rather have committed players. But I hope LFC can (quickly) find a European buyer rather than him go to another Premiership side. Selling to Chelsea sends out the wrong message.
Well praise the Lord. Finally, Sunday night offers a little something to whet the televisual appetite other than waiting for a so called celebrity to fall flat on their arse, on ice.
Some say Top Gear is a leviathon that’s lost it’s way, well to quote the latest, fastest “star in a reasonably priced car” John Bishop, “my arse”. His fellow Liverpool comedian Ricky Tomlinson may want a word on copyright over that, but I’d pay my license fee alone for Top Gear.
Make no mistake, it is an entertainment programme based around cars, but so what? It often says things that other folk can’t or daren’t due to political correctness gone mad. But it is at the cutting edge of keeping an eye on the motoring future. Tonight for example, a statement was made that will probably send the electric car brigade into meltdown. But the statement is true. Sure, if you’re only pottering about, electric vehicles *are* a very viable and much cheaper alternative to “normal” cars. I’d have one myself based on the above. But take tomorrow where I’ll be clocking up around 300 miles in a day, there’s not a hope. One day, and hopefully sooner rather than later, it will be possible and I’ll be first in the queue!
In the meantime, congratulations to the BBC on staying with the proven format of Top Gear, it certainly works for me, as it does by all accounts for millions of others.