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18 Jul 2018 12:35:38
BBC (amongst others) reports that the offer for Alisson has been accepted. £66.8m is the figure they gave. We'll see.

Angry Bardzo

1.) 18 Jul 2018 12:47:03
He is yet to pass the medical mate ;)


 

 

17 Jul 2018 23:42:56
Hi Eds and reds, Do you have any particular journalists whose articles you enjoy reading, football wise? Even if you do not necessarily agree with the views, are there anybody's style of writing you like?

Angry Bardzo

{Ed001's Note - I don't really notice to be honest. Sorry. I don't have much time to read anything other than research for articles.}


1.) 18 Jul 2018 06:07:05
Ed1s any day of the week, no fake bs and straight to the point with a hint of humour, unlike the paper journos
(Do you count as a journalist ed1? Lol)

{Ed001's Note - I have no idea but I will take that compliment anyday.}


2.) 18 Jul 2018 06:20:23
I don't read anyone's apart from Ed1's and MK's these days so them two would get my vote. Problem is with the majority of people out there is click bait, they make their title interesting, you click on it and its either a paragraph copied from elsewhere or its just random nonsense they have no idea about. With Ed1 and MK we're reading top notch stuff which in today's world is very rare.


3.) 18 Jul 2018 06:57:36
Yep spot on Salah.


4.) 18 Jul 2018 06:57:52
This is the only reliable site for football news. When you have the likes of Ed001, Ed002 and Macca sharing info you don't need anything else you can pretty much guarantee what they say is as accurate as you can get in terms of footballing news.

You then get the added bonus of the articles that get posted, the daily updates and the opinions and reviews of everybody else on the site.

{Ed001's Note - speaking of which, apologies as the review of the day will be late today. It is waiting on Ed033 to fix a coding error so I can upload any articles.}


5.) 18 Jul 2018 07:15:03
Read everyone but always be aware of the context; is it reporting a first hand source or just rehashing someone else's work. Is it just filler or is something important being said. Is there an agenda?

If you only read one source you only get one point of view and that's not great in any type of journalism.


6.) 18 Jul 2018 07:23:53
Good point Putney, although like the others I don’t read any “sports journalists” in terms of mainstream media. 👍.


7.) 18 Jul 2018 07:56:51
Cheers Salah. That's really kind of you. I personally am really looking forward to reading more from Reid the Red, next season! I also enjoy Putney's occasional work though, and of course the legendary Tristan Burke-Shakespeare.


8.) 18 Jul 2018 08:47:36
You're welcome MK, always a pleasure to read your articles mate!


9.) 18 Jul 2018 09:43:15
you’re welcome ed lol
And sorry mk forgot to mention you too ;_; I forget you post them on a different account xD.

{Ed001's Note - cheers.}


10.) 18 Jul 2018 09:58:52
Don't be silly apologising, Philinho. I probably only post about 25 articles a year. Ed001 does that in a week sometimes. It's incomparable so I don't ever expect to be mentioned in the same breath, because frankly I don't deserve to be.

Besides, I just do it for fun really.


11.) 18 Jul 2018 10:46:02
Cheers MK, I'm a big fan of anyone who considers something, forms an opinion and is then able to defend it, it would be great if there were more posters like you putting themselves out there.


12.) 18 Jul 2018 12:30:39
Thanks for your replies, guys. I was talking more about reviews of games, the state of football etc rather than stories which require reliability such as transfers and other stuff. You have to pay to read the times online nowadays, but I do enjoy Henry Winter's style, pompous as he is. I just like journo's who can make you feel like you are there or can tell a story with their article, rather than simply reporting the facts. Know what I mean?

{Ed001's Note - have you tried the site thesefootballtimes?}


13.) 18 Jul 2018 12:45:33
Bardzo, if you don't burst into flames visiting it I think the Guardian football reporting is decent and it's all free.


14.) 18 Jul 2018 17:02:33
I have actually Ed, thanks to your recommendation a few months ago. It's a treasure trove of interesting stuff, though is mainly about players and teams from days gone by, with the odd article on current affairs. It's nice to read things that haven't been dumbed down for van man (I drive a van before anyone goes getting offended) or that actually explain some things about the game rather than using conjecture and misquotation.

Cheers, Putney. The good thing about most of the papers is that their political agendas, and ideals don't generally translate in the sport pages so you can be forgiven there mate! I'll check it out a bit more closely.

{Ed001's Note - glad you enjoy, I have always found their stuff amongst the better stuff to read. It is unusual in that it is mainly good quality, rather than the odd good quality article, like you find in the likes of the Guardian with their long read.}


 

 

05 Jul 2018 09:52:47
Hi Eds, I realise that the chances of Allan getting a work permit are pretty much nil, again, but I was just wondering if he is still as highly thought of as when we signed him or when Klopp first saw him? I can't help thinking that he may be being held back by playing at St Truiden and the rest, when he could be making a real go of it at a club where he can really start a career.

It seems Liverpool would be unlikely to receive anything more than a token fee for him now so do they actually believe that a work permit is still possible for him and what would they have to do for him to get one? (I know the Grujic, Markovic etc situations won't have helped)

Cheers, Bardzo.

Angry Bardzo

{Ed002's Note - I would not expect him to ever player for Liverpool and he does not meet the WP criteria and he would certainly not get a WP under any "special talent" exceptions. As far as I know he is still injured but I guess when he returns after the vacation period Liverpool would take a look. They will then probably look to another loan.}


1.) 05 Jul 2018 10:14:16
Ok, thanks Ed. Boy should've stayed in Brazil and waited for a club from another country. Seems a shame for him if our purchasing him stifled his true progress.


2.) 05 Jul 2018 10:53:55
Too many young lads taken away from their homes by us for no reason. Its a travesty.


3.) 05 Jul 2018 11:22:39
Same deal with Awoniyi - another brainless bit of recruitment by LFC.


4.) 05 Jul 2018 13:35:41
I believe Allan was in the videos of first day back at training so possibly could be pushing to be fully fit.

I do not see him making it at Liverpool but for his own personal development his next loan move needs to be very well thought out!


5.) 05 Jul 2018 17:27:23
He won’t get a work permit whilst on our books mate.


 

 

 

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18 Jul 2018 20:58:11
Ok fine, I was talking Pounds not Euros. Back then the exchange rate placed the GBP as being far more stronger than now (or the Euro being weaker) . But the point still stands.

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18 Jul 2018 18:15:35
To be fair 60 odd million is nowhere near in proportion to the fee Buffon was bought for in 2001 compared to the world record fee at the time (30m compared to Figo for 37m) . Judging on percentages I'd say it's no surprise that top keepers will start catching up in cost. There just haven't been many major keeper transfers in a few years, have there? VVD won't be the most expensive defender for that long either.

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18 Jul 2018 12:47:34
We won't be spending the amount we have been spending recently, year on year anyway. I may be wrong but in my mind we're building a stock of top players to attain the success required to keep the club ticking over with top players as they come and go over the years. Large up front payment now, increase club status, revenue increases, club competes at a regular higher level and becomes self sustaining. Possibly risky, but these guys are pros and know what they are doing. The debt is nothing to worry about. Pretty much anyone who owns a house has debt. It doesn't mean that the debt is indicative of any financial plight, more a means to an end.

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17 Jul 2018 18:47:17
Exactly mate, cheers for sharing it. I have no idea who the lad is, however. Seems to be another one of the line of Chelsea youngsters we're after. Hope the coach's premonition turns out to be true!

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16 Jul 2018 23:36:29
If you class watching the World Cup as too much TV then yes, I have been. The rumour was not that he has a bright future, true, that's conjecture. It doesn't matter where the source came from, he specifically said that we had enquired about him. That is the content of the rumour, the rest is background. Otherwise it would have just said we'd enquired about Matt Miazga and you, like me, would have probably said, 'who'? It really isn't difficult.

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18 Jul 2018 17:02:33
I have actually Ed, thanks to your recommendation a few months ago. It's a treasure trove of interesting stuff, though is mainly about players and teams from days gone by, with the odd article on current affairs. It's nice to read things that haven't been dumbed down for van man (I drive a van before anyone goes getting offended) or that actually explain some things about the game rather than using conjecture and misquotation.

Cheers, Putney. The good thing about most of the papers is that their political agendas, and ideals don't generally translate in the sport pages so you can be forgiven there mate! I'll check it out a bit more closely.

Angry Bardzo

{Ed001's Note - glad you enjoy, I have always found their stuff amongst the better stuff to read. It is unusual in that it is mainly good quality, rather than the odd good quality article, like you find in the likes of the Guardian with their long read.}


 

 

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18 Jul 2018 12:30:39
Thanks for your replies, guys. I was talking more about reviews of games, the state of football etc rather than stories which require reliability such as transfers and other stuff. You have to pay to read the times online nowadays, but I do enjoy Henry Winter's style, pompous as he is. I just like journo's who can make you feel like you are there or can tell a story with their article, rather than simply reporting the facts. Know what I mean?

Angry Bardzo

{Ed001's Note - have you tried the site thesefootballtimes?}


 

 

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17 Jul 2018 22:39:29
He did say spine. Salah is more like an awesome ear.

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17 Jul 2018 19:01:08
True Salah, good subject. Sorry for my negativity all, by the way. I wouldn't say I like moaning, more that it's simply a compulsion that cheers me up.

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17 Jul 2018 18:56:31
Don't sweat it, man. Be excited for how good he could be, not nervous about the worst scenario that could happen.

Angry Bardzo