Liverpool have announced some positive financial accounts.
Taking to his personal Twitter account, Rodney Marsh has reacted sarcastically to the release of Liverpool’s financial accounts for the year ending May 31, 2015.
>Liverpool announce record financial results for 2015, they will be parading their balance sheet around City Centre at the end of the season— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) March 1, 2016
The Reds confirmed that all three of their main revenue streams have grown, suggesting that, off the pitch, Liverpool are doing everything right.
FSG converted £69 million worth of debt into equity, whilst they also invested £49 million into stadium costs.
The club’s commercial revenue increased by 12% from the previous year, with 12 new partnerships agreed with sponsors, as well as the opening of over 150 new retail outlets around the world.
The Merseyside club benefited from media revenue, largely because of their campaign in the 2014/15 Champions League, and all these increases meant that Liverpool's pre-tax profit totalled £60 million - a massive increase on the £0.9 million recorded in 2014.
However, this success off the pitch has come without any success on the field of play, and Marsh has sarcastically suggested that Liverpool will be parading their balance sheet around the City Centre come the end of the season.
This balance sheet is the only sign of success that Liverpool possess, with no silverware to their name, and they are likely to end the season with just this balance sheet to their name.