Liverpool Offer Written Apology To Football Blogger Harangued By Club Communications Bod Jen Chang

Chris Wright

31st, October 2012


By Chris Wright

Liverpool’s managing director Ian Ayre has offered a full written apology to a football blogger by the name of Sean Cummins, who was on the smelly end of what Ayre called the ‘inappropriate’ conduct of the club’s communications director, Jen Chang.

Cummins, the man behind the Twitter account of spoof journalist Duncan Jenkins, came to the attention of Chang after making a few educated guesses, which he dressed up as ‘inside information’ (it was all based on little more than second-hand tittle-tattle he’d picked up on internet message boards and the like) about Liverpool’s summer transfer targets that came to fruition.

Convinced he had a mole working for him inside the club, Chang then set about identifying the man behind the Duncan Jenkins account in order to rat out the fictional journalist’s fictional source, who he later claimed had cost Liverpool money (an extra £300,000) in their supposedly covert pursuit of Fabio Borini, then of Roma.

After identifying him, Chang became so obsessed and concerned about Jenkins’ Tweets that he scheduled a meeting with Cummins at a restaurant in Manchester back in August where he requested that the 35-year-old professional copy writer come

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  1. usrick says:

    I wonder who decided – the LFC employee or the Anfield season ticket holder – to take their clandestine business to a MANCHESTER restaurant. Shame!

  2. qq says:

    from the blog, it seems that chang was bluffing all along , i mean the things he said were a little crazy

  3. Mr. Chopper says:

    usrick – Duncan lived in Manchester. That might have had something to do with it. However, I’m a Liverpool fan and I lived in Manchester for ten years. It’s not that weird. I wouldn’t live in Liverpool if you pai- I’ve never had the opportunity to live in Liverpool, that’s all.

  4. True Lies says:

    Out of his depth…god only knows how much he gets paid…worse value than Andy Carroll…get rid quick

  5. Akhil says:

    LFC makes a mess of things once again. As a fan, I’m absolutely disgusted by Chen’s handling of the matter. This is what you get when you hire some ESPN American moron who has absolutely no idea how this club does its business and how it has historically treated fans.

  6. Redskywalker7 says:

    Wow, Cheng should probably be fired for this.

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  8. Zam says:

    Yeas usrick, that’s what’s wrong with this situation….

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