Many Liverpool fans have been left to flock to an update from James Pearce on John Henry.
As per a tweet from The Athletic journalist, the American businessman and investor has apologised to Jurgen Klopp, Billy Hogan, the players and all of the staff involved with the Anfield faithful over his decision for the Reds to enter the proposed European Super League (ESL).
Should Henry leave Liverpool?
Pearce also shared a video of the full message and apology from Henry to the fans over the outrage that the news caused, as the Merseyside club have since pulled out of the ESL.
While an apology from Henry was welcome and much needed, the damage has already been done according to several LFC supporters, and that relationship may not be able to ever be built up again.
Liverpool fans on Henry apology
These Liverpool fans flocked to Pearce’s update on Twitter to voice their continued dismay at Henry for his willingness to enter their club in the ESL:
“Interesting that he refers to ‘your club’ not our club?!”
“How many times can they get things so wrong? If someone learns from mistakes and improve as a result you can live with it but with these I’m just left thinking …..What next?”
“Better late than never”
“Mistake acknowledged, apologised now let’s move on”
“Lies lies lies.”
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