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51 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Might as well not have a forum then.

If u classify yourself as a keyboard warrior, I can't help it man. My message was for the guy I quoted and not necessarily all of us. Yeah, am taking offence to the side project remark

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On 16/02/2020 at 14:51, Lee909 said:

Your talking like is like for like

Sancho fee will be double

His wages will be double. 

 

60million extra on the fee

80k extra each week

 

80 million extra over 5 years

How does the tune go for that one?

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3 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

How does the tune go for that one?

I'm thinking that one would go best with an angry Eminem 8-Mile style delivery.

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Ben White has been watched closely by Liverpool's scout Andy O’Brien (ex-Leeds) Leeds don't have an agreement to take him permanently after this season "Brighton are giving the impression that they want him back. Look out for Liverpool!" (@PhilHay_) https://t.co/WFp5hawm3I

 

 

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Did I read Saka of Arsenal is on a free in 18 months & isn't signing a new deal.

 

He'd be great competition for Robertson & able to play in other positions.

 

I'm seeing Melissa Reddy saying LFC will only pay big for "difference makers" like Van Dijk & Alisson were.  

 

Surely someone like Sancho or Mbappe are seen a difference makers?  Don't think Mbappe will ever happen though, given the size of fee & wages he'd demand.

 

Werner does look such shrewed value.  

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Just now, Captain Turdseye said:

We’ve still got the transfer funds from last year squirrelled away somewhere. 

Fucking FSG, Guinea-pigging off LFC’s success. They’re like a ferret up a drainpipe when they smell a bit of cash. 

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5 hours ago, LF:D said:

Did I read Saka of Arsenal is on a free in 18 months & isn't signing a new deal.

 

He'd be great competition for Robertson & able to play in other positions.

 

I'm seeing Melissa Reddy saying LFC will only pay big for "difference makers" like Van Dijk & Alisson were.  

 

Surely someone like Sancho or Mbappe are seen a difference makers?  Don't think Mbappe will ever happen though, given the size of fee & wages he'd demand.

 

Werner does look such shrewed value.  

I wish People would stop mentioning this idiot like She actually has a clue.  Last week we wern't paying big for anyone now the stories changed.  She's a bullshitter.

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3 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

We’ve still got the transfer funds from last year squirrelled away somewhere. 

In the piggy bank marked Anfield Rd Extension.

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