Poor Scouser Tommy
- Feb 19, 2003
Calculated guesses, I have a Twitter ITK account that i use to torment journos ( Can there be any greater use of technology? ) Most of the time your just reading articles and taking a punt, some are better than others, like "Duncan".One question i do have, how on earth did Jenkins get so much info so accurate before any journalist, news agency? He revealed the Dalglish sacking, the Rodgers appointment, everything. And rubbished tons of rumours that may have seemed reliable.
Very interesting this.
Attention seeking, If I'm honest Jenkins and Chang came through the same medium, one using his press following, the other using his per chance for sensationalism on Twitter.He never explained exactly why he set up a bluff account. For a self-proclaimed life-long fan to do this is difficult to grasp. What purpose does it serve?
How did his actions cost the club money? By sending out a tweet that the club is interested in borini?I find it hard to be overly sympathetic to either party. Chang/LFC seem very heavy-handed, but 'Duncan' clearly caused real damage to the club. I wouldn't do any of the family nonsense, but persona non grata at Anfield, sure. His actions directly cost the club money and reputation with other clubs, and also sowed an atmosphere of suspicion within the club.
If Chang's story is true, yes. It perhaps would not have if he had not already falsely claimed to have a mole. But to be clear, the reason I would have him persona non grata at Anfield would primarily be spreading a falsehood about the integrity of club employees.How did his actions cost the club money? By sending out a tweet that the club is interested in borini?
No you mean if "Jenkins story of Chang is true", as evergamenoexcuses says if I was say threatened by Ian Ayre like this I would go to the police, it may hurt the club but I would go through all the official channels, he as first gone to the internet it seems.If Chang's story is true, yes. It perhaps would not have if he had not already falsely claimed to have a mole. But to be clear, the reason I would have him persona non grata at Anfield would primarily be spreading a falsehood about the integrity of club employees.
It could be, but if so I'm guessing we'll soon find out. This is bound to gain media attention and the club will be forced into some sort of statement I'd imagine. It's one thing tweeting about a potential signing or what team we're putting out. Quite another to be accusing someone at the club of threatening you and your family. If there's nothing in it then presumably the club will initiate action against him.Could very well be BS. This is all coming from someone who created a spoof account and pretended to know things and he fooled pretty much everyone.