The Reds hierarchy aren't treating their fans - who have made the club so special throughout history - at all well.
And he's not wrong.
Prices were quoted as high as £77 recently and the club's strategy on this one is quite bizarre.
Lineker has argued that the new television deal - which will guarantee Premier League clubs huge sums next summer - reduces the need to try and rip off the match-going fans who regularly pay for tickets.
Given the new TV deal the club's avarice is totally unwarranted! https://t.co/i3PAQwcLWT— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 4, 2016
As well as raising ticket prices, FSG have been quoted as referring to Liverpool supporters as 'customers.'
Economically speaking, even if the club felt they had just cause to raise prices (on moral or financial grounds, which they certainly don't anyway), how can the Liverpool hierarchy charge a higher price for a reduced consumer good?
Liverpool are nowhere near the team they were just a couple of season ago let alone throughout history.
So hear, hear, Gary. What on earth is the thinking behind the latest developments at Anfield?