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Foolish guarantees; emails &letters.

THE Liverpool manager, after he presided over his mundane, flairless team sliding out of every trophy they were in, made the statement: "I guarantee we will finish in the top four in the Premier league".

Now it looks highly unlikely that we will finish fourth, he has made the statement: "I guarantee we will try hard to win matches, it does not matter what people think about what I said before".

This manager has not only produced a squad that oozes lack of quality, plays ultra-cautious football and bores Anfield to silence, he also shows an embarrassing lack of respect to other managers with his public comments about them. This is not the Liverpool way.

If a person makes a "guarantee" (foolish in the first place) and then when it's unlikely to happen he devalues it by saying it doesn''t matter, that person loses all credibility; but when you add to it the team's lack of performance and motivation, it's time to relieve this man of his duties. Len Griffiths, Prenton
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 16, 2010
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