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59 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

It's a no from me. Partly due to the very tedious trip hop track on that video and partly because I think I would be about the sixth best player in Ligue 1. The standard of keeping and defending looked truly abysmal.

Me too. Half the goals look like they were scored with an outfield player in nets. Taking out penalties and shots I would have saved then his numbers are in Glen Murray territory. 

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16 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

 

Well, it couldn't be because Salah wasn't playing in a pub league.

How many times do we watch goals and remark how good the defender or GK was. Pretty much every goal that's ever been scored, we can pick the bones and be critical of a defender or GK. Anyway, he's ace is Pepe. 

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20 minutes ago, Pidge said:

So, did we not like that price, or did they try to charge us more?

I imagine they quoted a lot more to us 

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39 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

 

Fraser it is then. Fair enough. 

 

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38 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Never heard of the cunt. 

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I think I remember seeing Suarez goals at Ajax and thinking that PL keepers would stop most of them

 

I am very smart.

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The idea that Ligue 1 is a pub league is one that I expect our nerds to exploit regularly in the next few years. Arbitrage (where Henry made all his money) is all about recognising undervalued assets, and our whole analytics team specialises in exactly this.

 

If people think the league that produced Mbappe, Kante and Dembele (just to cite a few from the last few years) is rubbish, then get in and buy them while they're under-valued.

 

Of course, almost half of Pepe's goals this season were from the penalty spot, so he's probably over-valued as a result, but that's just him, not the league. He has massive potential but I'm not sure he's at the level required to back up Mane and Salah just yet.

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I hardly never watch ligue 1, but Pepe is unanimously recognized as a future great player. 

 

It will cost around 45-60 M£ And l’Equipe has said that Lille have already got an offer from Inter Milan.

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1 hour ago, Ne Moe Imya said:

The idea that Ligue 1 is a pub league is one that I expect our nerds to exploit regularly in the next few years. Arbitrage (where Henry made all his money) is all about recognising undervalued assets, and our whole analytics team specialises in exactly this.

 

If people think the league that produced Mbappe, Kante and Dembele (just to cite a few from the last few years) is rubbish, then get in and buy them while they're under-valued.

 

Of course, almost half of Pepe's goals this season were from the penalty spot, so he's probably over-valued as a result, but that's just him, not the league. He has massive potential but I'm not sure he's at the level required to back up Mane and Salah just yet.

Or we could just be taking the piss...

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If we're buying foreigners, a mate of mine reckons John McGinn, currently carrying Aston Villa, formerly of Hibs, would be a value buy.

Andy Robbo and the King could translate until he learns to speak scouse.

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9 minutes ago, Evelyn Tentions said:

If we're buying foreigners, a mate of mine reckons John McGinn, currently carrying Aston Villa, formerly of Hibs, would be a value buy.

Andy Robbo and the King could translate until he learns to speak scouse.

I don’t think we need a value buy, except maybe at reserve keeper.

We just need a young really good wide attacker.

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Liverpool have put a £10M price tag on Rafael Camacho, with Wolves & Sporting Lisbon interested. If the club's valuation isn't met they're prepared to hold onto him for the final year of his deal, as the winger has told #LFC he has no intention of extending it. [@JamesPearceEcho] https://t.co/FfmhToWPnD

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Writing for @LivEchoLFC, James went on to confirm rumours that Sheyi Ojo will go out on loan again next season & says the young Englishman has signed a new 5-year-deal at Anfield. 

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Liverpool are interested in a deal for West Ham goalkeeper Adrian should Mignolet leave, with the Spaniard available on a free transfer. [Neil Jones]

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2 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Liverpool have put a £10M price tag on Rafael Camacho, with Wolves & Sporting Lisbon interested. If the club's valuation isn't met they're prepared to hold onto him for the final year of his deal, as the winger has told #LFC he has no intention of extending it. [@JamesPearceEcho] https://t.co/FfmhToWPnD

 

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4 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Liverpool have put a £10M price tag on Rafael Camacho, with Wolves & Sporting Lisbon interested. If the club's valuation isn't met they're prepared to hold onto him for the final year of his deal, as the winger has told #LFC he has no intention of extending it. [@JamesPearceEcho] https://t.co/FfmhToWPnD

Other than having potentially a great song this lad has very little to offer. Plus his hangers on are bells.

 

Illori can't get a game back in Portugal, this will pan out worse.

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