I don't mind that it's taking a while to get sorted, it's a very ambitious project and lots of parties are involved, anything of this scale takes a long time just to get everything in place, never mind start building. It's a shame, no matter what we do there's always elements of the fan base who want to put a downer on everything but I can't see any reason not to be optimistic about this and firmly believe that we'll be in a new stadium in 5 or 6 years time, there will bumps in the road to help fuel people's scepticism but a project like this isn't going to be free of set backs.
As Si says, you can see that the club have learned from previous failures and are going about this in a methodical manner and speaking to all the parties involved in it. Other than the odd phone call to Jim White (which have thankfully stopped) and some dubious spending at first you can tell there's a different level of professionalism at the club and we've better people in the right places now. I'm pretty sure that once the final planning application goes in it will just be a formality as all the work will have been done behind the scenes, work that the club can't comment on or make public yet some people expect a press release every month to let them know what's happening.
As for Liverpool fans trying to put in objections, they have to be genuine objections so they can put in as many as they want it's not the volume of objections that matter it's validity of them, saying they're objecting just because it's us isn't a valid objection. I would be fun to see some of the objections though, I better there would be some proper embarrassing attempts.