He does use Twitter prominently, but when was the last time he said anything remotely provocative? He seems to have changed, but people haven't changed with him and are still clinging to their preconceived ideas. Innocuous comments are met with the usual semi-literate drivel: "Should of bought another club", Your a joke", "There garbage".
The part I find hardest to understand, though, is the way people just make things up: how he bragged about breaking the salary cap, how he tried to get a televised game changed for his own convenience, how he believes we should have marquee players rather than player development, etc, etc, etc. People seem willing to believe the things that are made up, but much less willing to believe what he actually says. After that press conference (you know, that one), the general feeling on here was that he was lying and, as I recall, your comment was something along the lines of "Right, so everyone else is lying". We may never get to know what actually happened, but recent events suggest your comments might be remarkably prescient. Unfortunately, I suspect you didn't really mean it. Why did you assume he was lying?
I don't particularly like Simon Moran. He's partly responsible for inflicting Take That on us. I don't feel the need to make things up about him though, or to accuse him of lying, or even speak about him, or to call him infantile names, even though Simon Moron is just so obvious.
I simply can't understand why you are so negative about it. if you go and aren't impressed I will pay for all and any pies you buy while there.
I would urge anyone who has not been to make every effort to get there, as it is a fantastic stadium in brilliant surroundings.