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Obviously, that is a load of reds dressed up as blues in order to sully the good name of the senior, Peoples Club of firsts.

 

It was a couple of plane loads of Scandinavians as well - you can hear that in the accents  

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On 07/08/2020 at 14:00, Talismanic said:

To be fair it's no more cringey than any other kit release video

Well this one was absolutely amazing:

https://youtu.be/v4o2bLb9f_E

 

YouTube refuses to embed that clip so click the link or just watch this one:

 

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They don't ask for much on GOT.

 

I think we'll give up on the CB hunt if Gabriel decides to go elsewhere.

Personally I'd be looking at:

  • Allan - £20m.
    • It makes too much sense now. He's out of favour in Naples, Carlo knows him and he has everything we miss in midfield (aggression, ball retention, tackling). He's not going to get 10 assists, but someone who can win then keep the ball in midfield would be a game changer for us. If we can get him on a 3 year deal for £20m, the lack of resale value isn't a big deal.
  • Bailey - £25m.
    • Despite having a bit of an off season he's still highly rated and turned 23 today. If the rumours are true that he's available for £25m we should be all over it. He's lightning quick, direct and tricky. The perfect kind of purchase for us as one decent season doubles his value. Wages wouldn't be cheap as he's supposedly on 75k pw at Bayer.
  • James Rodriguez - loan £6m fee (Bayern paid £12m for 2 seasons).
    • One year left on a massive contract and just turned 29. I can't see any clubs coming in for a big fee so it'll probably be a loan. Carlo absolutely loves him and he loves Carlo. The hype around him signing alone is worth every penny and it'll show our current players, and football generally that we're serious. Absolute magic and would make things happen in the attack.
  • At right back Celik (£20m) would be brilliant. I watched most of Lille's games last season (less this season, but he's looked just as good) and he has a bit of everything.
    • For a cheaper option Centonze from Metz was solid all season and is only 24 - could be worth going for if we want to spend money elsewhere.
  • If we do decide to shift one of Mina or Keane, and can't get Gabriel in, we should be going for Thiago Silva on a free transfer with a 2 year deal @ £150k pw.
    • Another one of Carlo's favourites, huge experience and still a top footballer despite his age.

No idea on left back. Wouldn't be surprised if we promote Niels and hope for the best lol.

Looking at the above we'd be looking at a total outlay of approx £70m (a chunk offset with the sale of Mina or Keane who I assume would fetch £20m+ themselves), and a sizeable increase of wages (hopefully offset when we manage to scam clubs into taking some of our terrible high earners).

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If you ever want to trigger an Evertonian just say the only reason they won the league in 1985 is because Liverpool didn't replace Graeme Souness properly and we fell away that season. 

 

It is like that chemical factory explosion in Beirut. 

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24 minutes ago, DalyanPete said:

They don't ask for much on GOT.

 

I think we'll give up on the CB hunt if Gabriel decides to go elsewhere.

Personally I'd be looking at:

  • Allan - £20m.
    • It makes too much sense now. He's out of favour in Naples, Carlo knows him and he has everything we miss in midfield (aggression, ball retention, tackling). He's not going to get 10 assists, but someone who can win then keep the ball in midfield would be a game changer for us. If we can get him on a 3 year deal for £20m, the lack of resale value isn't a big deal.
  • Bailey - £25m.
    • Despite having a bit of an off season he's still highly rated and turned 23 today. If the rumours are true that he's available for £25m we should be all over it. He's lightning quick, direct and tricky. The perfect kind of purchase for us as one decent season doubles his value. Wages wouldn't be cheap as he's supposedly on 75k pw at Bayer.
  • James Rodriguez - loan £6m fee (Bayern paid £12m for 2 seasons).
    • One year left on a massive contract and just turned 29. I can't see any clubs coming in for a big fee so it'll probably be a loan. Carlo absolutely loves him and he loves Carlo. The hype around him signing alone is worth every penny and it'll show our current players, and football generally that we're serious. Absolute magic and would make things happen in the attack.
  • At right back Celik (£20m) would be brilliant. I watched most of Lille's games last season (less this season, but he's looked just as good) and he has a bit of everything.
    • For a cheaper option Centonze from Metz was solid all season and is only 24 - could be worth going for if we want to spend money elsewhere.
  • If we do decide to shift one of Mina or Keane, and can't get Gabriel in, we should be going for Thiago Silva on a free transfer with a 2 year deal @ £150k pw.
    • Another one of Carlo's favourites, huge experience and still a top footballer despite his age.

No idea on left back. Wouldn't be surprised if we promote Niels and hope for the best lol.

Looking at the above we'd be looking at a total outlay of approx £70m (a chunk offset with the sale of Mina or Keane who I assume would fetch £20m+ themselves), and a sizeable increase of wages (hopefully offset when we manage to scam clubs into taking some of our terrible high earners).

He hasn't realised that Hamez is signing for Atletico for 15m.

 

Thiago Silva would want more than 150k a week. 

 

This is the slap the money on the table version 2. 

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1 hour ago, DalyanPete said:

They don't ask for much on GOT.

 

I think we'll give up on the CB hunt if Gabriel decides to go elsewhere.

Personally I'd be looking at:

  • Allan - £20m.
    • It makes too much sense now. He's out of favour in Naples, Carlo knows him and he has everything we miss in midfield (aggression, ball retention, tackling). He's not going to get 10 assists, but someone who can win then keep the ball in midfield would be a game changer for us. If we can get him on a 3 year deal for £20m, the lack of resale value isn't a big deal.
  • Bailey - £25m.
    • Despite having a bit of an off season he's still highly rated and turned 23 today. If the rumours are true that he's available for £25m we should be all over it. He's lightning quick, direct and tricky. The perfect kind of purchase for us as one decent season doubles his value. Wages wouldn't be cheap as he's supposedly on 75k pw at Bayer.
  • James Rodriguez - loan £6m fee (Bayern paid £12m for 2 seasons).
    • One year left on a massive contract and just turned 29. I can't see any clubs coming in for a big fee so it'll probably be a loan. Carlo absolutely loves him and he loves Carlo. The hype around him signing alone is worth every penny and it'll show our current players, and football generally that we're serious. Absolute magic and would make things happen in the attack.
  • At right back Celik (£20m) would be brilliant. I watched most of Lille's games last season (less this season, but he's looked just as good) and he has a bit of everything.
    • For a cheaper option Centonze from Metz was solid all season and is only 24 - could be worth going for if we want to spend money elsewhere.
  • If we do decide to shift one of Mina or Keane, and can't get Gabriel in, we should be going for Thiago Silva on a free transfer with a 2 year deal @ £150k pw.
    • Another one of Carlo's favourites, huge experience and still a top footballer despite his age.

No idea on left back. Wouldn't be surprised if we promote Niels and hope for the best lol.

Looking at the above we'd be looking at a total outlay of approx £70m (a chunk offset with the sale of Mina or Keane who I assume would fetch £20m+ themselves), and a sizeable increase of wages (hopefully offset when we manage to scam clubs into taking some of our terrible high earners).

I'm quite impressed with that, not one mention of Liverpool.

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2 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

They don't ask for much on GOT.

 

I think we'll give up on the CB hunt if Gabriel decides to go elsewhere.

Personally I'd be looking at:

  • Allan - £20m.
    • It makes too much sense now. He's out of favour in Naples, Carlo knows him and he has everything we miss in midfield (aggression, ball retention, tackling). He's not going to get 10 assists, but someone who can win then keep the ball in midfield would be a game changer for us. If we can get him on a 3 year deal for £20m, the lack of resale value isn't a big deal.
  • Bailey - £25m.
    • Despite having a bit of an off season he's still highly rated and turned 23 today. If the rumours are true that he's available for £25m we should be all over it. He's lightning quick, direct and tricky. The perfect kind of purchase for us as one decent season doubles his value. Wages wouldn't be cheap as he's supposedly on 75k pw at Bayer.
  • James Rodriguez - loan £6m fee (Bayern paid £12m for 2 seasons).
    • One year left on a massive contract and just turned 29. I can't see any clubs coming in for a big fee so it'll probably be a loan. Carlo absolutely loves him and he loves Carlo. The hype around him signing alone is worth every penny and it'll show our current players, and football generally that we're serious. Absolute magic and would make things happen in the attack.
  • At right back Celik (£20m) would be brilliant. I watched most of Lille's games last season (less this season, but he's looked just as good) and he has a bit of everything.
    • For a cheaper option Centonze from Metz was solid all season and is only 24 - could be worth going for if we want to spend money elsewhere.
  • If we do decide to shift one of Mina or Keane, and can't get Gabriel in, we should be going for Thiago Silva on a free transfer with a 2 year deal @ £150k pw.
    • Another one of Carlo's favourites, huge experience and still a top footballer despite his age.

No idea on left back. Wouldn't be surprised if we promote Niels and hope for the best lol.

Looking at the above we'd be looking at a total outlay of approx £70m (a chunk offset with the sale of Mina or Keane who I assume would fetch £20m+ themselves), and a sizeable increase of wages (hopefully offset when we manage to scam clubs into taking some of our terrible high earners).

They never ever learn do they it seems mad just saying this 

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2 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

They don't ask for much on GOT.

 

I think we'll give up on the CB hunt if Gabriel decides to go elsewhere.

Personally I'd be looking at:

  • Allan - £20m.
    • It makes too much sense now. He's out of favour in Naples, Carlo knows him and he has everything we miss in midfield (aggression, ball retention, tackling). He's not going to get 10 assists, but someone who can win then keep the ball in midfield would be a game changer for us. If we can get him on a 3 year deal for £20m, the lack of resale value isn't a big deal.
  • Bailey - £25m.
    • Despite having a bit of an off season he's still highly rated and turned 23 today. If the rumours are true that he's available for £25m we should be all over it. He's lightning quick, direct and tricky. The perfect kind of purchase for us as one decent season doubles his value. Wages wouldn't be cheap as he's supposedly on 75k pw at Bayer.
  • James Rodriguez - loan £6m fee (Bayern paid £12m for 2 seasons).
    • One year left on a massive contract and just turned 29. I can't see any clubs coming in for a big fee so it'll probably be a loan. Carlo absolutely loves him and he loves Carlo. The hype around him signing alone is worth every penny and it'll show our current players, and football generally that we're serious. Absolute magic and would make things happen in the attack.
  • At right back Celik (£20m) would be brilliant. I watched most of Lille's games last season (less this season, but he's looked just as good) and he has a bit of everything.
    • For a cheaper option Centonze from Metz was solid all season and is only 24 - could be worth going for if we want to spend money elsewhere.
  • If we do decide to shift one of Mina or Keane, and can't get Gabriel in, we should be going for Thiago Silva on a free transfer with a 2 year deal @ £150k pw.
    • Another one of Carlo's favourites, huge experience and still a top footballer despite his age.

No idea on left back. Wouldn't be surprised if we promote Niels and hope for the best lol.

Looking at the above we'd be looking at a total outlay of approx £70m (a chunk offset with the sale of Mina or Keane who I assume would fetch £20m+ themselves), and a sizeable increase of wages (hopefully offset when we manage to scam clubs into taking some of our terrible high earners).

Looks like they're going to take the transfer window by storm for the fourth straight year. Just the small matter of finding the cash, persuading those players to join a thoroughly mediocre club who haven't won anything for decades and don't look likely to any time soon and managing to shift on the last lot of dross they bought. Get that done and they might be in with a shout of finishing in the top half of the table next season and not having to sack yet another manager. Thrilling times.

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It seems to me old brandolf fancies himself as a bit of a Levy and wants to do all his deals on the end of the window. So they'll bid outrageous amounts for the players nobody else could muster the energy to buy. 

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36 minutes ago, Mudface said:

Looks like they're going to take the transfer window by storm for the fourth straight year. Just the small matter of finding the cash, persuading those players to join a thoroughly mediocre club who haven't won anything for decades and don't look likely to any time soon and managing to shift on the last lot of dross they bought. Get that done and they might be in with a shout of finishing in the top half of the table next season and not having to sack yet another manager. Thrilling times.

It's Carlo though fella, it's just a love in.

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