QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
No. We recognise the Spirit of Shankly's decision to consider boycotts of cup games and their decision to inform season ticket holders to avoid joining the Auto Cup scheme (a system whereby cup game tickets are automatically allocated and paid for by season ticket holders).
However we believe some Liverpool fans want to go further. We believe there are a large number of Liverpool fans who attended anywhere from a couple to most games at Anfield who have had enough of being made fools of by the clubs owners.
This campaign is to give those Liverpool fans a voice who believe that Hicks and Gillett should NOT GET A PENNY MORE.
Season Ticket holders pay for their 19 Premier League home fixtures up front. Although some season ticket holders have already decided to not renew we understand that many season ticket holders will feel they have no choice but to renew. We can understand this.
If so, we urge season ticket holders to avoid joining the Auto Cup scheme. If they attend games, to avoid purchasing official programmes, food or drinks INSIDE the ground. We also hope they would consider joining a mass boycott during the early stages of the season.
There are plenty of food and drink vendors outside the ground, coupled with excellent Liverpool fanzines on sale produced by genuine Liverpool fans.
No. Our intention is to show Tom Hicks and George Gillett that there is a significant number of Liverpool fans who are disgusted by their ownership of the club.
We aim to significantly affect attendances at Anfield for Premier League games over time, and have an immediate impact on Europa League and Carling Cup games. We need to show the owners we mean business.
The longer the owners are in charge the more chance we will see top players sold to pay for our debt to the banks.
At the present moment in time Liverpool Football Club is in more danger than footballers who come and go. Some games at Anfield last season, had the atmosphere of a morgue even when the ground was full. The club itself needs our support more at present.
We need to ensure that by the time of next summer - the bulk of Liverpool's profit is invested in players. NOT sinking in to more and more debt.
Principally we believe that Liverpool fans should still actively support the club at away games.
Like Spirit of Shankly we recommend a ban on purchases from the official online store and the official club stores.
Some fans have decided to avoid purchasing any merchandise - however if they attend ONE Liverpool FC game this is the equivalent donation to the club of buying around 50 shirts from an independent retailer.
We do not believe a ban on merchandise is in the long term interests in the club, we also feel that it will be impossible to spread this message to tens of millions of people of all languages and locations - many who already do not use the official stores.
We believe that by recommending a ban on the official stores we can reduce the huge retailer profit that the club makes from a shirt - and we think this is a sensible approach to take - to include as many people as possible in the campaign.
Many Liverpool fans go to multiple games a season at Anfield. The notion that 'daytrippers' will fill the rest of the seats is ludicrous. Most Anfield games did not sell out last season. A League Cup game at Anfield was half-empty.
Sure - there are some fans who want to attend a game at Anfield. But there are not many committed to going week in week out, on wet windy mid-week nights in November.
We believe that there are enough Liverpool fans out there who are disgusted by the owners to such an extent that they refuse to hand over any more hard earned money until they have gone for good.
WE BELIEVE WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. WITHDRAW YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM THE OWNERS.
NOT A PENNY MORE UNTIL THE OWNERS HAVE GONE.