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10 Feb 2020 00:13:44
Any legs in Bayern wanting our bobby Ed's do u think he would want too leave.

{Ed002's Note - Roberto Firmino (F) Bayern see RF as a versatile forward who can play on the left or through the middle but they have other priorories, so nothing is likely to happen. A way down the list.}


1.) 10 Feb 2020 08:01:50
Why would Bobby swap the champions of the Premier League for the champions of the Bundesliga? Doesn't make much sense.


2.) 10 Feb 2020 12:42:23
Steady on Gregarious it’s not won yet mate.


3.) 10 Feb 2020 13:38:21
Your right virgil steady on Greg Bayern haven't won the league yet🤣🤣🤣.


4.) 10 Feb 2020 17:24:14
Gregarious, don't forget champions of both Europe and The World.


5.) 10 Feb 2020 18:12:33
Bobby would have to leave kickin and screamin he’s the fan fav and he loves us! Not a hope it’s lazy journalists! Was vvd last week it’s boring!


6.) 10 Feb 2020 19:21:29
No (non boyhood) footballer loves the fans beyond Money or glamour.


7.) 11 Feb 2020 15:05:55
Bobby couldn't understand pipco going to Barcelona and tryed to get him to stay so why would he leave for bayern am pretty sure the wages would be less I maybe wrong about that so please correct that if I'm wrong.


8.) 11 Feb 2020 17:14:40
What none of us know is what footballing ambitions or dreams any player has. They may include winning as many trophies as possible; playing for one or more of the world’s most famous clubs; playing different types of football in different leagues; sampling the different cultures in several continents or countries; having a settled long-term base to raise a family; staying with his hometown club for his full career; earning as much money as possible in what is a relatively short career; or a mix of these. We should simply enjoy the great players that come to our great club and wish them all the best if and when they move on.

{Ed025's Note - only one of those has any credibility WW ....its the money mate and anyone who claims different...is lying through their teeth..


9.) 11 Feb 2020 18:28:56
Ed025, such cynicism in one so young! I will give you 3 examples off the top of my head to challenge your view :

Matt Le Tissier - could have had his pick of the big teams, earned more money, been more famous, won more trophies but stayed with Southampton throughout his career.

Alan Shearer - when he left Blackburn, was wanted by Manchester United where he would have earned more money and won more trophies but signed for his boyhood club Newcastle United instead.

Steven Gerrard - could definitely have signed for Chelsea and probably a number of other top clubs, earned more money and won the PL trophy but stayed with Liverpool.

Other posters will have lots of other examples.

{Ed025's Note - le tissier was from a different era WW so we can dismiss him, shearer followed the cash to go to blackburn and at newcastle was still one of the highest paid players in the league, gerrard tried to leave for the cash but buckled under the pressure of threats to him and his family...but good try mate.. :)


10.) 11 Feb 2020 19:21:59
Posters, help! Please come to my assistance and demonstrate to Ed025 that modern footballers are not all the greedy, money-grabbing, selfish so-and-sos he would have us believe. Or am I hopelessly naive?

Oh, and Ed025 - didn’t your very own Binman turn down an approach from Ferguson before he signed Schmeichel to stay with the Blues?

{Ed025's Note - again a different era WW, its all about the money now mate and i wish i could say different..but i cant..


11.) 11 Feb 2020 19:42:05
Ighalo? took a pay cut to join Man Utd last month?

What about all the Juve players that stayed when the club was relegated? They took a 25% pay cut i believe to stay with the club they loved?

Totti turning down Real Madrid to stay at Roma?

Lahm turning down Barc to stay at Bayern?

Hamsik turning down Juve to stay at Napoli?

What about Jamie Vardy? Turned down a pay rise at Arsenal to stay at Leicester?

I am sure there are plenty others! COme on people help us out here. All of those players could have earnt more if they moved!

Red Sandman.

{Ed025's Note - ighalo made a mistake going to china and so im not counting him sandman, but there are a few good examples there mate...especially totti, but the lack of genuine candidates actually validates my original assumption i feel..


12.) 11 Feb 2020 21:59:27
To be fair 0025 I only managed a list of less than 10 and it took me a good while to pull it together. You on the other hand could rattle off about 100 names of players who chased the money so I think your point very much stands true.

Do you think a salary cap is the way to go or are we now too far gone?

Red Sandman.

{Ed025's Note - i think there is no turning back on this one sandman, agents have all the say now mate and im afraid we are stuck with it..


13.) 12 Feb 2020 07:34:59
Red Sandman, thanks for the support.

Ed025, I have to concede this one to you. I still think there are some players in the modern game who are not motivated exclusively or primarily by money but you are probably right that for the majority the money comes first, second and last.

{Ed025's Note - it really does im afraid mate..


14.) 12 Feb 2020 12:51:24
Somebody promised me a giant pay packet and I'd be on the first plane. It doesn't make a player evil to leave for pastures new when big money is on the table. This is why it's important players like our front three, VVD, Alisson etc. Understand that we can fight for titles on multiple fronts and pay them competitively with the other billionaires. Otherwise why wouldn't they leave? Who could truly blame them? We whine about it as fans but know in our hearts we would likely do the same. Footballers don't last for ever and are only in their prime a small portion of that time. You have to get what you can. Loyalty is fine in theory, and I can imagine none of our highest earners are angling for the exit door just yet, but if someone for ex. Barcelona says we are going to pay you what Messi makes and groom you to be his replacement how is he supposed to turn that down?

{Ed025's Note - that depends on how much money you have..or want..or need amerigo, i will have the run of the mill player in a mid table side who is being courted by a big fish and doubling his wages mate, but these so called superstars like neymar who jump ship for mega bucks make me sick...how much money do they need?, its greed, downright avarice and in these days of austerity, foodbanks and people on zero hours contracts...they should be ashamed of themselves..


 

 

06 Jan 2020 23:25:12
Surely we are not going too let wijnaldum go without offering a contract, one of klopps go to men and a vital cog in the machine, if he wants to leave it's another story but replacing him will be difficult he has become one of the first players on the team sheet .


1.) 07 Jan 2020 01:44:49
The man has 18 months left on his contract. There is talk of him moving in the summer, but there may well be a contract offer on the table by then. Who knows? But talk of him going is about 18 months premature.


2.) 07 Jan 2020 09:30:49
I like Gini a lot but it’s the position I least worry about replacing. Fab is holding, Hendo/ Milner in Ginis role with Ox/ Keita etc in the AM role. Still hope he stays and 18 months is a long time to sort something out. No worries.


3.) 07 Jan 2020 11:11:08
Gini has been outstanding this season, can’t believe Klopp would be happy for him to leave, for me he’s undoubtedly in our starting XI.


4.) 07 Jan 2020 11:13:46
I sincerely hope he stays and suspect he’ll get something soon based on how often Klopp turns to him in the big matches. His ability to protect the ball when under pressure is invaluable against the top sides where it doesn’t all go our way.


5.) 07 Jan 2020 11:44:25
Can't see him going anywhere to be honest, he's a player that Klopp can rely on and I would think it's only a matter of time before a new contract is signed.


6.) 07 Jan 2020 20:48:49
I can see him going as this rumour has just come out of the blue. I like him a lot but he's 29yo with 18 months on his contract, let him leave and hopefully jones will get some more game time.


7.) 07 Jan 2020 21:22:51
Gini has said he is happy at Liverpool and a contract will be discussed soon.


8.) 07 Jan 2020 23:35:14
Gini plays as many games as he can really, and has been fantastic for us in recent times. I can’t see any reason why he’d want to leave or we would want him too.


9.) 08 Jan 2020 11:10:15
Could it be that he's grown frustrated perennially playing defensively in the Klopp system when he could really thrive as an offensive midfielder like he is in his national team? That's the one thing I worry about personally.


10.) 08 Jan 2020 20:20:43
An agreement will surely be reached with Gini. A recent article about our squad wages has him as one of our lowest earners in the first team squad. I guess it's all going to come down to negotiating a wage that both we and he are happy with.


11.) 08 Jan 2020 20:37:00
A national newspaper has published the wages of Liverpool players, and I think most would agree that Gini is being paid quite a low figure (£3.9 million per anum according to the paper) considering that he's often a key part of the midfield.


12.) 08 Jan 2020 22:32:23
No idea how he's making ends meet, EpicPotato.


13.) 10 Jan 2020 12:51:08
I'm more intrigued that mane is on half of salah and miles behind bobby I'd of thought the three should be on similar money I know the yearly salary is more than I could earn in a lifetime but I would be pissed if someone joined my place of work after me does the same job and earns double what I do doesn't seem right.


14.) 11 Jan 2020 03:27:16
Mane only signed that last season too and he could probably have demanded double but that's an example of his character. He's not greedy or ego driven, he's humble and genuine. He spends a huge amount building schools etc back in Senegal and has never shown that greed affects his career. I saw a picture lately of him holding his phone which was an outdated old iphone with the screen cracked to bits, haha he seems too modest to demand a huge salary.

Similar to ngolo kante who didn't care what wages were being offered and he shows up to training in a 2nd hand hatchback car I can't remember which model but the story was hilarious, i love hearing rare stories of how top class footballers carry themselves without letting money affect them.


 

 

20 Oct 2018 20:50:18
Quite obvious our midfield is good but not creative enough we can run and pass sideways all day but we need someone who can pick a pass. klopp is very reliant on the old crop, I want to see fabihno and Keita in that midfield. really hope they can adapt. I am surprised they haven't as they have quality . Would be nice too have Shaq in the team in front of 2 midfielders as he is our most creative spark.


1.) 20 Oct 2018 21:11:10
Shaqiri to fill the Coutinho hole all day. He’s looking like more and note of a bargain every time he plays.


2.) 20 Oct 2018 21:48:56
He is needed for that bit of magic give him protection with 2 midfielders behind and let him pick passes make runs, the usual front 3 could benefit from his vision and craft, I also think Keita should b given a go there too run at people an bring others into play would b good for his confidence too free the shackles an have licence too attack , shame we never got fekir obviously.


3.) 21 Oct 2018 13:07:50
Maybe against the smaller more stubborn teams we need to play shaqiri in stead of third misfielder.

We will click, there were moments in the past 2 and a half season with klopp where we would not click as an attacking team and lost or drew games. I think we were 9th after that second int break last season.

This season the defense is supporting when we aren't scoring 3-4 goals. The goals will come im not worried.


 

 

17 Jun 2018 15:44:40
Eds I definitely think we need different options up front, maybe a target man for certain games, is the young lad taiwo awonyi anywhere near up to it as this year he has progressed more with the club he on loan at, from what I can see he looks tall strong quick an potentially a nuisance, what's your opinion on him.

{Ed002's Note - Awoniyi will go on loan again - getting a Work Permit has proven not possible. I suspect the club will look to Anderlecht as the preferred option but other sides such as Brugge and Standard Liege might be interested in a loan.}


1.) 17 Jun 2018 16:25:59
That does make sense Ed. He did quite well in Belgium, would playing for a more higher profile team help get a permit Ed?

{Ed002's Note - Potentially, but one I suspect will be a struggle to keep in the longer term. He will go on the pre-season tour of the United States and then on loan.}


2.) 17 Jun 2018 16:35:20
Ed2 are the work permit committee pissed off with us? The only reason I ask is because of how we got Grujic his by lying and I can only imagine we aren't in their good books because of that?

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool abused the system so they were certainly at the time. The whole Grujic situation has been a terrible mess but it will soon be over.}


3.) 17 Jun 2018 17:17:35
How in demand is ..............

{Ed002's Note - This is the page - we are not going to answer questions about random players.}


4.) 17 Jun 2018 17:22:42
Interesting Ed2, thank you!


5.) 17 Jun 2018 17:41:56
Cheers Ed.


6.) 17 Jun 2018 18:10:11
Why can’t Solanke be the target man?


7.) 17 Jun 2018 18:26:49
He is better behind a striker apparently slightly deeper that's where he plays for England youth teams.


8.) 17 Jun 2018 19:44:49
Ed002, will it be even more difficult after Brexit?

{Ed002's Note - Not for people like Awoniyi.}


9.) 17 Jun 2018 21:09:46
Sure, but I’m mean will the permit panel be a bit overwhelmed when the EU players have to apply?


 

 

 

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16 Mar 2020 11:37:40
As a matter of interest do the teams in premier league get paid game by game or in a lump sum when season is finished and places in league are consolidated, as obviously with current situation if paid at end of season if god forbid it is void teams have not filled obligation of contract so if teams don't get paid how do they pay wages?

{Ed002's Note - Part of the income comes from tghe match day so that is a regular stream. Part of the broadcast income is paid at the start of the seaon, some part way through and the balance (the biggest amount) at the end. Prize money from the league and Europe, cups etc. varies, with round on round and game on game income paid when it happens in Europe, game by game in the cups but at the end of season in the league. There are already teams who sre not psying wages regularly unfortunately.}


1.) 16 Mar 2020 14:48:57
Is there teams in premier league not paying, also prem teams will suffer with financial fair play due too current situation as they are banking on big money too pay wages an balance the books.

{Ed002's Note - Everybody is paying wages - but there are clubs running at a significant loss (e,g, Everton and Aston Villa).}


 

 

10 Mar 2020 20:44:56
Really enjoying watching rb Leipzig here, I like the way the manager has them set up very klopp like also have too say timo werner a constant menace pulling Tottenham all over the place with pace and movement, I would love too see him in a liverpool shirt .


1.) 10 Mar 2020 20:54:11
I'm on the same page as you there hailstones. Would love it if we did sign him.
He's been left wing, right wing and central. unlucky with the offside.

If it keeps going like this, I see 4-5 nil to Leipzig.


2.) 10 Mar 2020 21:00:35
Different comments about him today I don’t think it’s as nailed on as I once thought.


3.) 10 Mar 2020 21:14:07
Sounds to me like he knows he wouldn’t get in Liverpool/ City’s team and is pondering joining a Europa League team so he can walk into the first 11?


4.) 10 Mar 2020 23:27:49
If one of front 3 leaves he is starting without question, and I have a feeling one might leave .


5.) 11 Mar 2020 01:04:22
I would take his comments as an obvious overview that everybody can see are his options. It's refreshing to hear a player weighing up his future with career and football as priority and I'd like to think he's hinting to interested sides that if a top team wants him they will need to give him their word that he is intended to come in as an important player with the chance to nail down a role in the strongest 11.


6.) 11 Mar 2020 07:47:43
LiverpoolFC8 I think he's a bit better than a Europa league team! He's playing for a Champions League team now.


7.) 11 Mar 2020 08:03:04
He would be too good not too start.


8.) 11 Mar 2020 09:26:45
He’s already in the first 11 of a CL team. That makes no sense.

I was watching thinking he’s pretty greedy. Consistently ignores team mates on a better position. Seemed to be playing knowing he was being watched by potential suitors.


9.) 11 Mar 2020 17:47:54
Send Keita back over and bring him in. Lightweight, injury prone and obviously struggling with his move.


 

 

09 Mar 2020 10:36:15
chelsea are going to be very strong next season when they add quality too the brilliant youth, also man united will be very strong with the signing of bruno Fernandes and more quality next season they will be a lot closer too us and city, can't help feeling for us too keep on top of things the squad is going to need freshening up in certain areas with world class talent I hope we are already on top of this .


1.) 09 Mar 2020 10:48:15
Last summer everyone was saying "we need to spend money to stay competitive" and look at us now.

I am sure that the club are planning things for the summer, and if the right players come along to improve the squad there is almost certainly money available to spend on them.

But I trust the club and manager to have a vision of what they want and if it's not available they won't just spend for the sake of it.

We don't want to be like City and spend £200mill on fullbacks and end up playing a midfielder at CB for half the season.


2.) 09 Mar 2020 11:37:17
Not whole sale changes, players will be moving on eg lallana, shaq, lovren, possibly origi, maybe one of the front 3, why not replace with 2 or 3 world class players an cover for left back an centre back, is it too much too ask for one of or if not the best team in the world.


3.) 09 Mar 2020 12:02:21
Chelsea have all this ‘young talent’ supposedly, yet are still very reliant on the likes of Willian and Giroud to do things in games. Whilst Mount could be good, and Gilmour certainly looks a prospect, I’ve seen nothing from their other hyped youngsters (James, Abraham, Tomori, Pulisic) that suggests they will be competitive at all.
They are also 34 points behind the would-be champions and just got utterly stuffed by a less than stellar Bayern side (relatively speaking) .

I do agree with your main point, however, that we need to freshen up, just to add competition if nothing else.


4.) 09 Mar 2020 12:30:07
I agree with you here hailstones, and I hope this is what our management (both Klopp and others) are planning.

For me, Lallana, Shaq, Lovren and Origi are likely departures. I would hope we are also brave on Naby and look for a decent departure price for him too and cut our losses. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, he's not right for us.

I am totally in the Werner camp, and I would also be keen to tie up a deal for Havertz if Naby goes. Hendo, Milly and Gini are all either into or approaching their 30s and the Ox still has a suspect injury record. Jones is an exciting prospect, but I wouldn't want to rely on him being a 40-50 game person next season. Havertz is the real deal and we can have 8-10 season from him if we invest now.

Werner, at £50m or so, is also a great prospect and will provide proper competition for our front 3 as well as rotation support to cover injuries/ fatigue and/ or loss of form.

I'd like to see a young CB to come in to provide competition and support to Gomez, VVD and Matip. Makes sense for someone homegrown and Ed001 mentioned Ben White who could be a decent prospect. Although we have Sepp VDB and Hoever, I think they are still a couple of seasons off being first team ready, from what I have seen in the cup games.

Given our full backs are pretty resilient, and the likes of Larouci, Lewis and especially Williams look very decent backups, I wouldn't be as stressed about FBs as we were last season. If a decent option comes up, especially if they are homegrown, then great. If not, I wouldn't worry.

I think we should replace Adrian if he leaves (which I hope he doesn't) . Kelleher doesn't look ready to me, and Alisson has unfortunately had some time out this season so we need a decent backup just to be on the safe side.

So, in summary, I'd love us to get a couple of top, top class signings in Werner and Havertz, a couple of very decent backups in someone like Ben White and a FB, and possibly a keeper if Adrian goes (the Turkish chap who was linked for £25m-ish? )

As long as we keep the rest of our players, that is where I would spend this season - total outlay of around £150m-£200m with fees back of maybe £50-£75m from the outgoings (Shaq, Lovren, Origi commanding fees) .

In this market, and given we kept our powder relatively dry last couple of windows, I think that is reasonable to ensure we stay on top.


5.) 09 Mar 2020 13:21:34
Lfclowe you missed out Mason mount, gilmour who looks brilliant plus they have others also and will get better an better plus money will be spent, chelsea will b very strong .


6.) 09 Mar 2020 13:38:14
ed002 I agree with hailstones about Chelsea and utd but if city's ban is upheld with the money they would be down would you see them having much of a transfer budget or would they need to get rid of some players to keep in FFP with such a massive wage bill.

{Ed002's Note - FFP is not going to be an issue for Manchester City - and they won't be working to a fixed budget. They have transfer plans with a bunch leaving and some arriving. The wage bill is not of any consequence. And they have a Plan B for an alternate money stream should they not be in the CL.}


7.) 09 Mar 2020 20:08:16
It's the same point of the last 20 years but tempered because we are winning trophies.

Just bring in the right players without disrupting the chemistry and rhythm we have already.


8.) 09 Mar 2020 18:00:22
Ed can you please expand on city’s plan b for an alternative money stream if banned?
Many thanks.

{Ed002's Note - It has been coming as I explained previously. FIFA and to some extent UEFA want to hurt the English sides. The issue Manchester City has is questionable as it relates to third party sponsorship. For some years UEFA have been trying to deflect a legal challenge but want agreement with the the capping of television income and sponsorship. UEFA has spoken to a number of clubs but have generally not found them supportive – all three English sides in the "elite" group have been spoken to are against the plans to introduce the investment cap but others are of course fighting for it to lower the advantage that English sides have. UEFA turned to the association of European clubs and they are keen to have some input. They are traditionally ignored but they have been actively discussing this issue with UEFA. However, they are excluded from the discussions that UEFA and specific clubs have with each other – and it is that forum that will eventually settle on the more critical television revenue and commercial sponsorship caps. The charge relates to overstating sponsorship to even out FFP and have been expected for a long time - The FA have already made similar charges against other clubs and have more in their sights. It will eventually go to appeal - UEFA won't in all probability oppose the appeal process meaning it will likely not impact next season - this however could result in an issue with FIFA and another side. Manchester City have known about this for a number of years. There will be at least two more concerned English sides. If the worst happens and restictions are made with involvement in the Champions League, discussions have been held to hold very lucrative friendlies on the European dates - they can be planned will in advance - be held across the globe and television rights can be sold. Manchester City see this as a better option than going down certain other routes that are potentially available to them - such as the breakaway the "elite" clubs are considering, the first team pre-season first team competition being supported by Liverpool as the owners look to monetorise the club or the further expanded Club World Cup. Discussion with teams from around the world have already taken place.}


 

 

08 Mar 2020 14:26:52
One thing that impresses me with chelsea is there youth, they have bags of talent coming through, there transfer ban was a blessing .


1.) 08 Mar 2020 16:14:38
Yeh sum very good young players. Noticeable though how with the experienced trio of Giroud, Pedro and Willian uptop the last couple of games they've looked a much better side.


2.) 08 Mar 2020 16:34:16
I remember ed2 saying they have a very good system for the youth something we could do with learning.


3.) 08 Mar 2020 17:08:47
I was baffled why giroud weren't playing for them he is more than a handful and plays a selfless role a bit like our bobby plus world cup winner, William an pedro were brilliant today but saying that all of them were at it, never seen Barkley play so effectively.


4.) 08 Mar 2020 18:38:48
Missed the Shrewsbury game I see Berg.


 

 

02 Mar 2020 09:50:08
I am glad in a way we lost, because mark of a great team is how they bounce back, this team should be angry so I look forward too seeing how we react .


1.) 02 Mar 2020 10:05:52
The embarrassment was needed I agree. If it was a close loss with a little VAR controversy the kick up the backside would not be as forceful but getting battered by a bottom 3 club should be the right wake up call for the entire squad and hopefully set us for the rest of the season. I am very worried about naby. When (if not already) is the point of no return and time to cut our losses?


2.) 02 Mar 2020 10:40:18
I'll never be glad when we lose but I get what you're saying, it will kick us in right direction for the remainder of the season. I'm not concerned one bit over that result the best team won on the day.


3.) 02 Mar 2020 11:34:17
Totally agree on naby unless he shows he is strong enough physically and have an impact on the team I would think of seriously selling an replacing with a more reliable option, I would of loved bruno Fernandes he will prove too be top class and exactly what we need sadly one that got away . But we might have the answer in minamino If he can stamp his authority on the team .


4.) 02 Mar 2020 11:39:01
Actually I ain't glad we lost its but cos it's been so long in the league it had too come sooner or later and I want too see a reaction.


5.) 02 Mar 2020 12:08:12
Ok I'm peeved and shocked and hurt. But I got to act like it's ok just to shut up all my mates who support teams that are over 22 points behind us in the league!


 

 

 

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17 Mar 2020 20:39:03
Go back too when we had the choice of signing hadji Diouf or nicolas Anelka and swerve diouf an sail away into the sunset with nicolas.


 

 

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17 Mar 2020 17:23:50
Got too be prehistoric times would blow your mind away seeing gigantic dinosaurs running round, dangerous but insanely good .


 

 

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27 Dec 2019 00:30:53
Dont think so mate! We have just signed minamino, who is predominantly a winger although he looks equally dangerous through the middle, seems a bit odd as chiesa would be a squad player .


 

 

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29 Nov 2019 21:16:44
On the evidence provided from his time at the club, also info the Ed's have shared about him, its harsh but wat has he contributed and has he showed fight an desire on the pitch no he hasn't . I want too be wrong big time as I love the player we were signing but that player has evaporated into an average joe, you only have too look at Fabihno too know wat i am on about . Was not trusted at first went away got his game together an BINGO! same with Robertson.


 

 

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29 Nov 2019 15:33:14
Guess what? ill is not good enough I would rather curtis Jones was in the squad, keita is a fraud who performs when he thinks is suitable, we need warriors and he is a tranny sorry its harsh but he is not contributing nowhere near enough .


 

 

 

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16 Mar 2020 14:48:57
Is there teams in premier league not paying, also prem teams will suffer with financial fair play due too current situation as they are banking on big money too pay wages an balance the books.

{Ed002's Note - Everybody is paying wages - but there are clubs running at a significant loss (e,g, Everton and Aston Villa).}


 

 

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16 Mar 2020 08:36:18
Firestick even cheaper.


 

 

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13 Mar 2020 22:00:09
So we wait 30 years too win the league and of all years this strikes it's our year, my birds uncle has had Lfc prem champs 2020 tattooed on his leg wat a whopper never jump the gun bad omen .


 

 

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12 Mar 2020 10:38:45
Who is the other team with a throw in coach ed?

{Ed001's Note - FC Midtyjlland (I think that's the correct spelling) and it is notable that now other teams have since hired one.}


 

 

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12 Mar 2020 10:37:21
Just imagine the service a proper predator up front would be getting trent and robbo would have a field day, it's not a knock on bobby he is a legend and after all he ain't a out an out striker, moving him slightly deeper would add another option give us an extra dimension. For me origi could be forgiven for moving on he is meant too be are alternative but when chosen is starting out wide or not effecting games as much as desired .