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Liverpool News 28 Mar 2020
And Another New List To Fill The Day

Transfermarkt is back once again with their list of the most valuable players in 2009 according to them.

Player - Team - Value in Euros

1. Lionel Messi Barcelona 70m

2. Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 70m

3. Kaka Real Madrid 60m

4. Steven Gerrard Liverpool 50m

5. Andres Iniesta Barcelona 50m

6. Xavi Barcelona 50m

7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic Barcelona 46m

8. Fernando Torres Liverpool 46m

9. Frank Lampard Chelsea 45m

10. David Villa Valencia 45m

11. Samuel Eto'o Barcelona 42m

12. Wayne Rooney Manchester United 42m

13. Didier Drogba Chelsea 40m

14. Cesc Fabregas Arsenal 40m

15. Franck Ribery Bayern Munich 40m

16. Robinho Manchester City 36.5m

17. Sergio Aguero Atletico Madrid 36m

18. Andrea Pirlo AC Milan 36m

19. Ronaldinho AC Milan 35m

20. Rio Ferdinand Manchester United 35m

21. Wesley Sneijder Real Madrid 35m

22. John Terry Chelsea 35m

23. Daniele De Rossi AS Roma 35m

24. Michael Essien Chelsea 35m

25. Karim Benzema Real Madrid 35m

Liverpool News 27 Mar 2020
Another New List To Fill The Day

Transfermarkt is back with their list of the most valuable players in 2008 according to them.

Player - Team - Value in Euros

1. Ronaldinho Barcelona 80m

2. Kaka AC Milan 70m

3. Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 60m

4. Lionel Messi Barcelona 60m

5. Steven Gerrard Liverpool 45m

6. Zlatan Ibrahimovic Inter Milan 45m

7. Fernando Torres Liverpool 40m

8. Didier Drogba Chelsea 40m

9. Samuel Eto'o Barcelona 40m

10. Francesco Totti AS Roma 40m

11. Wayne Rooney Manchester United 40m

12. Cesc Fabregas Arsenal 38m

13. Frank Lampard Chelsea 38m

14. Xavi Barcelona 38m

15. Arjen Robben Real Madrid 36m

16. Andrea Pirlo AC Milan 36m

17. Thierry Henry Barcelona 35m

18. David Villa Valencia 35m

19. Robinho Real Madrid 35m

20. Wesley Sneijder Real Madrid 35m

21. Daniele De Rossi AS Roma 35m

22. Andres Iniesta Barcelona 34m

23. Rio Ferdinand Manchester United 33m

24. John Terry Chelsea 33m

25. Gianluigi Buffon Juventus 33m

27 Mar 2020 23:37:11
I remember we had interest in David villa would have been brilliant to see him in a liverpool shirt.

Liverpool News 26 Mar 2020
A New List To Fill The Day

This time it is France Football's list of the highest paid managers/coaches in the world.

Manager/Coach - Team - Salary in Euros

1. Diego Simeone Atletico Madrid 40.5m

2. Antonio Conte Inter Milan 30m (9.8m paid by Chelsea)

3. Pep Guardiola Manchester City 27m

4. Jurgen Klopp Liverpool 24m

5. Jose Mourinho Tottenham Hotspur 23m

6. Zinedine Zidane Real Madrid 23m

7. Ernesto Valverde No Club 19m paid by Barcelona

8. Fabio Cannavaro Guangzhou Evergrande 14m

9. Massimiliano Allegri No Club 13.5m paid by Juventus

10. Rafael Benitez Dalian Yifang 13m

11. Carlo Ancelotti Everton 12m

12. Manuel Pellegrini No Club 10.5m paid by West Ham United

13. Maurizio Sarri Juventus 10.3m

14. Leonardo Jardim No Club 10.2m paid by AS Monaco

15. Vitor Pereira Shanghai SIPG 10m

16. Mauricio Pochettino No Club 9.4m paid by Tottenham Hotspur

17. Brendan Rodgers Leicester City 9.1m

18. Thomas Tuchel Paris Saint-Germain 8.5m

19. Ole Gunnar Solksjaer Manchester United 8.3m

20. Bruno Genesio Beijing Guoan 8m

27 Mar 2020 23:43:56
Ole needs a pay rise far to valuable even if we have to chip in ourselves to make sure he stays

What do you see Rafa doing after china possibly return to the prem? Would be great to see him in a good job to see what he could do imagine adding him (with a good team and heavily backed) to the managers we have in the prem now pep klopp morine Santo Frank is doing well.

{Ed001's Note - he wants to return to England to be with his family. It comes down to jobs available really. He might find nothing left for him after this and put his feet up.}

Liverpool News 25 Mar 2020
Liverpool's charity foundation have joined with Widnes Vikings rugby team to distribute personal protective equipment to social care workers on Merseyside. The pair have been delivering the equipment to Community Integrated Care's frontline staff. The charity said: "For these two organisations to come in and lend a hand as quickly as they did was fantastic. To have the Liverpool FC Foundation, the official charity of one of the biggest football clubs in our community and world for that matter, and an iconic local rugby league club both turn up to our Merseyside office and help sort and distribute these items was unbelievable. The Liverpool FC and Widnes Vikings brands mean so much in these local communities, so to see them showing their support for our charity and the social care sector at this difficult time has given everyone a much-needed boost."

Liverpool News 24 Mar 2020
The Lists Go On

Transfermarkt are really milking this particular vein of 'news' and are now up to 2007's most valuable players, according to their best guesses at the time. This year saw the emergence of one Lionel Messi:

Player's Name - Team - Value in Euros

1. Ronaldinho - Barcelona - 80m

2. Kaka - AC Milan - 70m

3. Lionel Messi - Barcelona - 60m

4. Thierry Henry - Arsenal - 50m

5. Andrii Shevchenko - Chelsea - 46m

6. Ruud van Nistelrooy - Real Madrid - 40.5m

7. Francesco Totti - AS Roma - 40m

8. Frank Lampard - Chelsea - 39.75m

9. Steven Gerrard - Liverpool 38.5m

10. Didier Drogba - Chelsea - 38.5m

11. Samuel Eto'o - Barcelona - 38m

12. Arjen Robben - Chelsea - 36m

13. Wayne Rooney - Manchester United - 36m

14. Fernando Torres - Atletico Madrid - 36m

15. Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Inter Milan - 35m

16. Michael Ballack - Chelsea - 35m

17. David Villa - Valencia - 35m

18. Cristiano Ronaldo - Manchester United - 34m

19. Gianluigi Buffon - Juventus - 33m

20. John Terry - Chelsea - 33m

21. Adriano - Inter Milan - 32m

22. Anderson - Manchester United - 31.5m

23. Xavi - Barcelona - 31m

24. Robinho - Real Madrid - 30.5m

25. Andrea Pirlo - AC Milan - 30m

24 Mar 2020 16:52:36
The valuation seems crazy for Christiano Ronaldo, knowing what we know now.

24 Mar 2020 22:26:26
In 2007 Ronaldo was still a raw talent who'd only broken the 20 goal mark for the first time the previous season, rarely delivered on big occasions, and spent as much time rolling around on the ground looking for frees as he did positively influencing the play.

Everyone other than Man U fans still referred to him as Fake Ronaldo.

No one thought he'd go to Madrid two years later and ultimately average more than a goal a game there.

25 Mar 2020 10:44:39
Forgetting the values, what a list of players that is! Makes me think of all those hours on fifa career mode/ football manager assembling teams of superstars.

Liverpool News 22 Mar 2020 06:55:22
Some Good News At Last

Liverpool fan Sean Cox, who was attacked by AS Roma supporters before the Champions League game at Anfield in April 2018, has finally been able to return home. The father-of-three suffered serious brain injuries in the attack. His wife Martina said: "his is a day we as a family have been looking forward to for a long time. While Sean still has a long road to travel, having him home with us is an incredibly important step as we come together as a family unit again. I can't thank enough those who have helped Sean along the way over the past two years. Without a doubt this support has made today possible. In particular, I would like to thank the incredible staff in Marymount Care Centre in Lucan for the care and support they have provided to Sean over the past number of months. At a time when staying at home takes on new meaning for all of us, its clear that there is no other place that Sean would rather be."

22 Mar 2020 12:03:02
Great news ed.

{Ed001's Note - fantastic mate. So glad for him and his family.}

Liverpool News 22 Mar 2020 06:55:22
And Another Pointless List

Transfermarkt are obviously still bored in self-isolation as they have moved onto a list of the most valuable players in 2006. What will they do when they catch up to 2020??

Player Team Value in Euros

1. Ronaldinho Barcelona 70m

2. Andrii Shevchenko Chelsea 51m

3. Thierry Henry Arsenal 50m

4. Frank Lampard Chelsea 38.5m

5. Francesco Totti AS Roma 37m

6. Michael Essien Chelsea 36.5m

7. Samuel Eto'o Barcelona 36m

8. Ruud van Nistelrooy Real Madrid 36m

9. Wayne Rooney Manchester United 36m

10. Michael Ballack Chelsea 35m

11. Gianluigi Buffon Juventus 35m

12. Patrick Vieira Inter Milan 35m

13. Adriano Inter Milan 35m

14. Kaka AC Milan 35m

15. Steven Gerrard Liverpool 34m

16. Ronaldo Real Madrid 33m

17. Alessandro Nesta AC Milan 32m

18. Alberto Gilardino AC Milan 30m

19. John Terry Chelsea 30m

20. Miroslav Klose Werder Bremen 30m

21. David Trezeguet Juventus 30m

22. David Beckham Real Madrid 28m

23. Xavi Barcelona 28m

24. Zlatan Ibrahimovic Juventus 28m

25. Gianluca Zambrotta Juventus 28m

Liverpool News 21 Mar 2020 07:46:08
Another Pointless List

Transfermarkt are obviously bored in self-isolation as they have released a second list of most valuable players according to them, this time in 2005.

Player Team Value in Euros

1. Ronaldinho Barcelona 50m

2. Thierry Henry Arsenal 45m

3. Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United 41.5m

4. Michael Essien Chelsea 38m

5. Andrii Shevchenko AC Milan 38m

6. Wayne Rooney Manchester United 37.5m

7. Michael Ballack Bayern Munich 35m

8. Gianluigi Buffon Juventus 35m

9. Patrick Vieira Juventus 35m

10. Ronaldo Real Madrid 35m

11. Francesco Totti AS Roma 35m

12. Adriano Inter Milan 35m

13. Frank Lampard Chelsea 35m

14. Alessandro Nesta AC Milan 33m

15. Shaun Wright-Phillips Manchester City 31.5m

16. Samuel Eto'o Barcelona 31m

17. Didier Drogba Chelsea 31m

18. Steven Gerrard Liverpool 30m

19. Alberto Gilardino Parma 30m

20. Kaka AC Milan 30m

21. Rio Ferdinand Manchester United 29.5m

22. David Beckham Real Madrid 28m

23. Gianluca Zambrotta Juventus 28m

24. Pavel Nedved Juventus 28m

25. Emerson Juventus 28m

21 Mar 2020 20:56:59
Reminds me of what a player Michael Essien was, Ed001. The complete midfielder or as they say today "box to box midfielder". I don't think there has been a midfielder who has been as equally good after he tapered off due to knee injuries. He was simply massive in both defense and offense. The original "Kante" I would say in that you got two players for the price of one (even though their strengths and styles are/ were completely different) .

{Ed001's Note - he was incredible Essien, I loved him as a player, though he could be a bit on the dirty side.}


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