Oh come on. People will pretend to be outraged about it to jump on the social media bandwagon when in reality most supporters won't care. That's just today's world. Of course a few may be that outraged they don't feel they can support the football club anymore or genuinely express disgrace at the takeover as they actually have an understanding what there is to be annoyed at - those with a basic moral compass, as you say - but I'm fairly certain the vast majority who will display outrage at being taken over by a Saudi consortium also wouldn't give a s*** if they later delivered success to the club.Aldridge Perez wrote: ↑Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:41 amNo, they wouldn't. The only people who would put tea towels on their heads are the naive simpletons who would be happy with that scenario in the first place because football is all they have.
I'm pretty sure any outrage expressed would be from those with at least a basic moral compass and would not be "faux".
My point was aimed at those simpletons, not those that would have a genuine beef with it. Football fans by and large are fickle and this would be no different.