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The ‘Buy Nabil Fekir’ Campaign

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Does this need it’s own thread? No. Should I have posted it elsewhere? Probably. But here’s the person we should buy to replace Coutinho. I say this after watching literally thousands of seconds of video. People of the World... unite!


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When should I start making the pickets? Who’s up for chipping in for a plane to fly over anfield tonight?


Pretty please jurgen. Him and Keita, #NabiNabil2018



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In terms of being a Coutinho replacement, he's a more obvious choice than Lemar. As a team, we look more dangerous with players who can pick a pass but can also carry the ball effectively, and that is clearly Fekir's game. He's also effective from set pieces. We get up the pitch, get numbers in attack and pull the opposition all over the place with our pace and movement, so that sort of player would thrive under Klopp.


That said, I've not seen enough of Fekir to judge his consistency or whether or not he has a tendency to disappear when the chips are down. Also, I don't know if his childhood dream was to play for one of the two Spanish cunts.


I actually don't see us going back in for Lemar in the summer, because I think we signed that 'type' of player in Oxlade-Chamberlain back in August. AOC ticks pretty much the same boxes as Lemar (except he is predominantly right footed rather than left) and he was both cheaper and more of a known quantity for this league. Plus, he has Southampton connections which is fanwank material for our transfer committee! Fekir offers more of what we've just lost with the sale of Coutinho.

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Mere monitoring is hardly enough. He needs aggressive monitoring, maybe we could be poised for something as well. A swoop or somesuch.

Not the Liverpool Way.  A good 6 months monitoring , then a polite enquiry only to find Barca have turned his head, 

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I am fully onboard for this campaign and am willing to make campaign speeches or appearances or whatever you need.


I will, of course, expect your support for my "Buy Adrien Rabiot" campaign in exchange. Plus some shady campaign contributions and for you to hire my nephew's firm to put together the flyover banners.

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We were probably in with a chance of signing this lad but by starting this thread NV has made sure that he’ll end up at the Mancs within the next 18 months and you’ll all look like twats.

Yeah, I’ve fucked it. That’s for sure.

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