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31 Jan 2019 21:16:41
Question for Ed002 please if you are about.

Can you tell me how wages for loan deals are agreed between the player's agent, parent club and loaning club please?

I'd always assumed that the loaning club paid an agreed percentage of the player's existing contract (0-100%) .

I've been reading about players recently who are demanding certain wages from the loaning club which seems to be higher than their existing contract at their parent club.

Is it common that players ask for even more than their current contract to move elsewhere or do they usually accept to receive the same wages as they signed with their parent club?

Thanks in anticipation.

Brommers

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of players asking for higher wages from loaning clubs ever. The wages are paid on an agreement between the two clubs and that is it.}


 

 

 

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23 Jan 2019 12:07:21
It has probably come from his agent so that he has a stronger hand in negotiations.

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14 Jan 2019 10:45:54
I really don't think we should go for Laxalt.
To me he is an average winger who can play at LB/ LWB. He isn't great at either IMO.
I know he'd only be cover in both positions but I'd rather have a quality youngster than versatility.

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{Ed002's Note - He is not a winger - he is a left sided midfield player who can play elsewhere.}


 

 

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12 Jan 2019 00:08:41
I think the logic is to keep him for another year until the youth players are closer to the first team.

We don't want to sign another LB as presumably it'll be on at least a 2 year contract and block the route for the youngsters.

He is a liability but you can see some sense from the club's side in keeping him on the bench for 1 more year.

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03 Oct 2018 18:51:22
Thumbs up if you had to Google what comportement means.

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18 Jul 2018 22:00:03
Agreed anonymush.
He is underrated and rarely gives the ball away as well as being comfortable on the ball. Not spectacular but far from a bad player.
You need players like him on the field of play or ready to come off the bench.
I think he'll probably leave for 1st team football and good luck to him if he does.

Brommers

{Ed025's Note - giving the ball away is not the problem brommers, its him actually getting it and doing something with it!, he is the invisible man and a dead weight who will get none to very little fist team action...and rightly so..


 

 

 

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11 May 2019 13:25:15
Top post Red Kurd. If I could have given you more than 1 thumbs up I would.
We see this time and time again where the coach, system, etc makes a very good player seem even better. When these players move to a new environment it isn't as easy as before when the club is set up around you.
LFC make stars and when one leaves another will be made.

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06 May 2019 13:50:52
If Leicester did pull off a shock result again City, I'd rest a few for the Barcelona game.
Playing percentages that would be our best chance of silverware.
Having watched Wolves this season we need to be at our best to get a win. That means a fit Salah, no other injuries, no fatigued players and (fingers crossed) Bobby returning.
Plus no Studge in the starting XI.

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30 Apr 2019 16:41:00
I honestly enjoyed last season more. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining and am still loving being a red plus think the team and Klopp are amazing. I just preferred the football we played last year more.
Yes, we are much closer in the league now but we tore teams to bits last year. We could be 4-5 up in 30 mins but this season is much more controlled.
I fully understand the change in philosophy though.

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25 Apr 2019 14:31:45
I'm with you Benny.
The odds are in City's favour and they are most likely to win it. That doesn't mean that we can't celebrate the results we've achieved this season. Only losing once so far out of 35 games is phenomenal.
But realistically City will win the league and there is not much we can do about that. Win our games, yes, but it is out of our hands.
After the draws against Leicester and West Ham I'd made peace with us coming second. It probably will happen and fair play to City if they win it.
Probably our best chance until Pep leaves or City get properly punished for the fiddling their books.

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23 Mar 2019 17:46:44
Lottery I'm afraid.

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