this is my letter of complaint to Sky....
I wonder if Sky would like to explain the advert for the 224th Merseyside derby this Saturday, which seems to have almost completely forgotten about Steven Gerrard's involvement.
Steven Gerrard has contributed some of the most incredible moments in English football history, from lifting the Premier League trophy a record 37 times - before the security at Old Trafford managed to eject him - to selecting only the finest music to be played at Anfield every week, no matter what the DJ might have to say about it.
He has shown us some of the finest drives a footballer could ever display, although we won't talk about that one time where he was out driving and he ran that little boy over.
It is an absolute disgrace that this servant to the English game has been completely overlooked in your advert. The man has taken on another man's children for crying out loud, and yet you treat him with such distain. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
I bet Martin Tyler hasn't even been practising his exclamations of Gerrard's name for the 17 hours a day that he's supposed to either. Disgraceful lack of respect to the man who once told the Daily Mail that he would "have a word" if he saw a team-mate diving, despite he himself giving Tom Daly a run for his money.
Out of a 40 second advert for a football match involving two teams there was at least 3 seconds where Steven Gerrard was either not on screen or not being talked about, and that is unforgivable. Gary Naysmith would probably have been able to fill those three seconds by showing us the stud marks from Gerrard's boots that he left on his belly all those years ago.
At least I'll be at the match so I won't have to suffer this injustice during the game itself. I have my Steven Gerrard prayer mat at the ready and will be wearing a suit I made out of his toenails. Well, I say I made it, I stole it from Jamie Carragher.