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That Leicester enquiry comes from a jarg Leicester ITK account, doesn’t it? Unfortunately.

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1 hour ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

We need koulibaly before the mancs buy him and a player who just bangs 50 goals in and has 50 assists between February and the end of the season.

MAXIM TSIGALKO

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2 hours ago, Paulie Dangerously said:

MAXIM TSIGALKO

 

20 minutes ago, elvis said:

?

Old school Championship Manager. (To Madeira was ace too - even though he was totally made up).

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2 hours ago, El Rojo said:

#lcfc have enquired about Adam Lallana’s futility. 

Futile enquiry.

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12 minutes ago, YNWA-Viking said:

We're not signing anyone this window. See ya in the summer window thread. 

Hopefully that thread will be titled "Summer 2019 Liverpool FC Premiership Champions Transfer Thread"

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The mighty and reliable Plymouth Emerald are reporting that Liverpool are trying to find a way of bringing Phillipe Coutinho back to Anfield.

 

https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/sport/uk-sport-news/liverpool-bid-50m-james-tarkowski-2417570

 

After getting a throw-in coach, perhaps we could employ a back masseur?

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6 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

 

 

Exactly what I thought when I read the original quote.

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If Newcastle get relegated I'm sure Lascelles would be a lot cheaper than Tarkowski. Hasn't been as good as last season though but we normally do ok with players from relegated teams.

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That Declan Rice would be a better shout. Probably cost more but younger, can play CB or DM so can get more games than just a CB to play 3rd choice to VVD and Gomez

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