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2 hours ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

Interesting to note the larger signings (£10m+) that some non-rich clubs have made this summer:

 

Youri Tielemans to Leicester - £40m

Kostas Manolas to Napoli - £32m

Ayoze Perez to Leicester - £30m

Raúl Jiménez to Wolves - £30m

Kerem Demirbay to Bayer Leverkeusen - £28m

Leo Spinazzola to Roma - £26m

Tyrone Mings to Villa – 26m

Jules Koundé to Sevilla - £22m

Thorgan Hazard to Dortmund – £22m

Ademola Lookman to Leipzig - £22m

Thiago Mendes to Lyon - £22m

Nico Schulz to Dortmund - £22m

Jean-Philippe Gbamin to Everton - £22m

Joachim Anderson to Lyon - £21m

Valentino Lazaro to Inter - £19m

Danny Ings to Southampton - £18m

Raúl de Tomás to Benfica - £18m

Matteo Politano to Inter - £18m

Dodi Lukebakio to Hertha Berlin - £18m

Luis Muriel to Atalanta - £16m

Manuel Lazzari to Lazio - £15m

Yusuf Yazici to Lille - £15m

Matt Targett to Villa - £14m

Moussa Djenapo to Southampton - £14m

Simone Zaza to Torino - £14m

Denis Suárez to Celta Vigo - £13m

Arnaut Danjuma to Bournemouth - £13m

Joan Jordán to Sevilla - £13m

Munas Dabbur to Sevilla - £13m

Ozan Kabak to Schalke04 - £13m

Diego Carlos to Sevilla - £13m

Leander Dendoncker to Wolves - £12m

Lucas Ocampos to Sevilla - £11m

Marvelous Nakamba to Villa - £11m

Jay Rodriguez to Burnley - £10m

Pedro Neto to Wolves - £10m

Lys Mousset to Sheff United - £10m

Victor Osimhen to Lille - £10m

Martin Hinteregger to E Frankfurt - £10m

Hannes Wolf to RB Leipzig - £10m

 

Great value signings this summer…

Luciano Vietto to Sporting - £6m

Nadiem Amiri to B Leverkeusen - £10m

Maxi Gómez to Valencia - £13m

Bruma to PSV - £13m

Quincy Promes to Ajax - £14m

Philip Billing to Bournemouth - £15m

Allan Saint-Maximin to Newcastle - £16m

Nabil Fekir to Betis - £17m

Julian Brandt to Dortmund - £22m

André Gomes to Everton - £22m

 

Raised an eyebrow at…

Alexander Isak to Real Sociedad - £7m

Óliver Torres to Sevilla - £10m

Luuk de Jong to Sevilla - £11m

Mbaye Niang to Rennes - £13m

Marcus Thuram to B Monchengladbach - £10m

Dario Benedetto to Marseille - £14m

Jasper Cillessen to Valencia – £26m

Pau Lopez to Roma - £23m

Emil Audero to Sampdoria - £17m

 

Be gamble aware…

Sebastian Haller to West Ham - £40m

Joelinton to Newcastle to £40m

Rafael Leão to Milan - £32m

Moise Kean to Everton - £29m

Pablo Fornals to West Ham - £24m

Wesley Moraes to Villa - £22m

Neal Maupay to Brighton - £20m

Adam Webster to Brighton - £20m

Oli McBurnie to Sheff United - £18m

Patrick Cutrone to Wolves - £16m

Che Adams to Southampton - £15m

Leandro Trossard to Brighton - £15m

Douglas Luiz to Villa - £15m

Lloyd Kelly to Bournemouth - £13m

Ezri Konsa to Villa - £12m

 

 

That's a long-winded dig at Everton, unless I'm much mistaken!

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27 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

Not once we'd already tapped him up. We pretty much confessed with that press statement we did. If soton's demand for them not to continue with their complaint was us to sit tight, pay the 20m tax and wait a window, that's what we'd have to do. That's better than a window ban or a points deduction. We'd only just been done at kids level about then. 

But they already submitted their complaint to the PL? So the league could’ve taken action against us there and then. Not sure what would’ve been in it for Southampton to arrange  that complex scenario. Wouldn’t it have been easier to just ask for the premium that summer?

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12 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

But they already submitted their complaint to the PL? So the league could’ve taken action against us there and then. Not sure what would’ve been in it for Southampton to arrange  that complex scenario. Wouldn’t it have been easier to just ask for the premium that summer?

Dead easy. They complain, about us and are in a position to fuck us and then say give us 20m or we see it through. It's really simple. They wouldn't have benefitted from the situation otherwise, they'd have sold him for 50m or had an unhappy player. Us getting a transfer ban doesn't help soton. The 20m bought them ings. 

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1 hour ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Powercube - what kindof nickname is that?

 

A. A fucking shit one.

I agree, hate ‘the weeble ‘ too

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Just seen the chaps on Sky saying why wouldn’t anyone want to go to Spurs, they’re Champions League finalists! Haha we’re the winners, think they were talking about Coutinho as well...

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3 minutes ago, suzy said:

Just seen the chaps on Sky saying why wouldn’t anyone want to go to Spurs, they’re Champions League finalists! Haha we’re the winners, think they were talking about Coutinho as well...

 

Very polite way of saying cunts, Suzy.

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44 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

I've always though Phillips looked ok in the pre season games he's had. I'm assuming he's not all that though as we've never let him near a proper game. 

 

I suspect, like Wilson, Klopp wants to see him get extended game time in a competitive league before deciding to keep or bomb out.

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29 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

Dead easy. They complain, about us and are in a position to fuck us and then say give us 20m or we see it through. It's really simple. They wouldn't have benefitted from the situation otherwise, they'd have sold him for 50m or had an unhappy player. Us getting a transfer ban doesn't help soton. The 20m bought them ings. 

Why would they want to delay 6 months for the deal to go through? They could’ve asked the extra cash there and then? It was very early in the window wasn’t it? It’s veering a bit too close to a conspiracy theory for me Barry. Most likely what happened was what the media reported.

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1 hour ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Powercube - what kindof nickname is that?

 

A. A fucking shit one.

 

Weeble has a much better ring to it

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2 hours ago, Magic said:

 

 

You could get over 240,000 RTX Titan graphics cards for that price. Fucking yacht weirdos. Get a decent gaming PC Henry and chill out.

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54 minutes ago, TheBitch said:

That heathen Anubis will be along shortly to call him The weeble. 

 

Wouldnt dream of it....

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Just now, Anubis said:

Arsenal Mania are convinced they’re getting Coutinho.

 

If he ain't going to Spurs, he definately isn't going to Arsenal.

 

A couple of steps down.

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3 minutes ago, Bogman said:

 

If he ain't going to Spurs, he definately isn't going to Arsenal.

 

A couple of steps down.

I wouldn't credit Coutinho with much intelligence. If it makes financial sense for his agent to send him to Arsenal, that's where Coutinho will end up.

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I agree. But ever since they landed Pepe they’ve gone off their heads a little bit.

 

EDIT: Was replying to Bogman.

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6 minutes ago, Baltar said:

I wouldn't credit Coutinho with much intelligence. If it makes financial sense for his agent to send him to Arsenal, that's where Coutinho will end up.

Not a chance is he off to play Europa League football. 

 

Fucking get him signed Jurgen lad. 

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