Liverpool KISS In 2040 world sport will be bigger than it is now. Traditional football clubs will struggle to keep pace with wealthy owners and corporate giants who treat them as mere commodities. National treasures can literally disappear overnight through self-indulgent management. The future of football may well rest with virtues like loyalty, faith and a good heart, on which great clubs like Liverpool are built. Author M.J. Curtis, takes us on a journey where old-fashioned values oppose the modern day superclass motif; that more is more.
Fortunately there are a multitude of fans who believe we live in a society not an economy. Football fans love the game and do not see their club as a transaction. They see themselves as part of a community. They love their team and stick by them no matter what. That's football. Real football.
In Liverpool KISS, readers find out if virtue has any place left in modern sport. The story is a poignant sports adventure for all football fans given the changing nature of club ownership in the 21st century. The action takes place in Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Liverpool three decades from now, and is a timely insight into what is to come. Welcome to Super League.