Angry Fans

OUR football correspondent LIAM MACKEY is back in top form and full of energy.

He casts his eye over your comments and gives his own critical analysis of the goings on throughout the world of football. You may agrewith him or then again you may not. This week Will Liam become a Tractor Boy; Will we have a Terrace Talk about Ipswich; Could we not have a cage fight between Keano and Cascarino; Tottenham due a break at Old Trafford; Where is Fergie’s respect; Fergie should apologise to fans; Utd let FA Cup slip away; Rafa doing a great job; Wenger and the Income Tax argument; How will Europa League work; Giggs decision comical;
The Letter of the Week goes to Ray Cleary. Get in touch with your postal address and our magnificent prize will be winging its way to you before you know it.

COME here Liam, tell the truth . . . are you looking forward to all your trips to Suffolk next season? Watching “the dirty stuff, the horrible stuff”, that kind of thing?
Peter Macalister, Kinsale, by email

Can't wait. Might even take in a match at Ipswich as well.

The rest of today's column appears in the Irish Examiner and will appear here tomorrow.


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