Him and his wife were not doing any social distancing around me, I was buying some paint and they were buying a bulk load, either they are sprucing up their gaff ready to sell or are doing it up for the long term...
Think we have to realise that he will be here for another season.
And I genuinely didn't know how to answer, first thought was no, but then thought about all the clubs he's played for and his achievements in the game and he must go down as a great, but for some reason I can't find myself putting him in the same bracket as Zidane, or Maradona, or Pele, or Ronaldo (both)
Strange one, I do wonder if his off field antics overshadowed his achievements.
Those hoping for a change of ownership are going to be disappointed once this is all over, this crisis is going to leave a lot of scars long after it has disappeared, so the notion that someone will buy a football club in the hope that they can somehow get to the riches of the promised land will be pie in the sky.
It's going to be interesting to see how Marcus reacts to this crisis, no doubt revanues will fall drastically and that will be factored in, think we will see far more clubs going back to utilising the youth, whilst will see far less money spent on transfers and wages across the board.
China, creator of the pandemic, has miraculously "recovered", has almost no more cases of coronavirus. The world is now beginning to feel the effects and panic about the disease. Who recovered first ?? China itself! It seems to be that this virus was a move by the Chinese government in response to the loss of the trade war with the United States. The goal: to throw the world into recession !!! Is the scenario not clear? They are already growing! China bought almost everything it devalued on the stock exchanges around the world ... with that the Chinese became owners of the global companies that are in China and without the money leaving China.