Have to agree with what you said Stan.The club is a multi-national company and we as fans are the shareholders due to the large sums of cash we inject annually.In a large company there is a shareholders meeting
[end of season for us] and things have to be changed for the next financial year[next season].We as fans are not wrong to demand that changes be made to improve the situation.Now it's up toFSG to listen and make the changes or at least tell us the plan an dshow us how we are progressing.
The analogy could work, but you've somewhat incorrectly applied it in my opinion.
Yes Liverpool is a multi national company. But the fans are not share holders. Football is an entertainments bussiness. The fans are punters/customers. The only way fans have a say is like customers, they affect things by not purchasing or purchasing more. The share holders are the share holders. It doesn't really need the analogy. It is in fact exactly the same.