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On 31/07/2021 at 01:44, AngryOfTuebrook said:

  There used to be about 10 of them in Liverpool, but I twatted 8 of them and put the other 5 on a bus to Preston.  

Comedy gold fella.

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19 hours ago, Grinch said:

Must stick a few bob on Rafa getting the sack first.  Everton are shite with delusions of grandeur.  Not got a pot to piss in either.  Throw in the fact they despise the man and his football was out of date about a decade ago and it’s the perfect storm.

If Rafa got them relegated I’d put it down as one of his greatest achievements and I’d love the man even more 

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It's quite a herculean feat of twisting the truth, even for them, to turn Van Dijk into the antagonist in this sorry injury tale. But i swear that they now think that he recklessly flew at Pickford knee first, and poor Jordan was lucky to survive intact. The narrative is now that Pickford was the victim in all of this. Which is weird, because i distinctly recall loads of blues getting on their high horse when Son broke Gomes leg. All moaning about the fact that everyone was forgetting who the "real victim" was because of all the perceived sympathy shown to Son. They changed their tune over who the "real victim" is pretty quickly when it was one of our players getting crocked by one of theirs.

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30 minutes ago, Total Longo said:

It's quite a herculean feat of twisting the truth, even for them, to turn Van Dijk into the antagonist in this sorry injury tale. But i swear that they now think that he recklessly flew at Pickford knee first, and poor Jordan was lucky to survive intact. The narrative is now that Pickford was the victim in all of this. Which is weird, because i distinctly recall loads of blues getting on their high horse when Son broke Gomes leg. All moaning about the fact that everyone was forgetting who the "real victim" was because of all the perceived sympathy shown to Son. They changed their tune over who the "real victim" is pretty quickly when it was one of our players getting crocked by one of theirs.

I love them the way they accuse Liverpool fans of going on about something since November when the majority of their fans have cryarsed about every refereeing decision that's gone against them for about 45 years. And of course Heysel is responsible for everything that's ever gone wrong for them.

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

I love them the way they accuse Liverpool fans of going on about something since November when the majority of their fans have cryarsed about every refereeing decision that's gone against them for about 45 years. And of course Heysel is responsible for everything that's ever gone wrong for them.

They have gone on about van dijk since November, putting him out was their greatest achievement since winning the league in September.

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14 minutes ago, angie said:

They have gone on about van dijk since November, putting him out was their greatest achievement since winning the league in September.

And we still finished above them. Some 'achievement'. 

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The blues are very jolly since we lost to Hertha in a friendly

 

 

 

catcherintherye

Player Valuation: £70m
Alexander Arnold signing a new deal to put him ‘up with the club’s highest earners’. That’s Salah on 200k a week, think TAA was on 40k a week, that’s a huge increase if he’s anywhere near those levels. Robertson will want to follow as well. Mane and Firmino are also paid a lot less than Salah. No wonder there’s no money for the captains captain.

They are very tight on wages currently, and in real terms probably the highest wage bill in world football once these renewals are done (and Barcelona reduce their wage bill). Not bad for a side that wins nothing and scrapes into the top 4 about 20 points behind the team that won the league. They might win a league derby this season as well.
 
 

 

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They truly are cunts they wpexist for us and the likes of above have no interest in their own club. Catcher really needs to go out mixing more, may I suggest near Anfield on a match day the grade A shithouse.

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27 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

The blues are very jolly since we lost to Hertha in a friendly

 

 

 

catcherintherye

Player Valuation: £70m
Alexander Arnold signing a new deal to put him ‘up with the club’s highest earners’. That’s Salah on 200k a week, think TAA was on 40k a week, that’s a huge increase if he’s anywhere near those levels. Robertson will want to follow as well. Mane and Firmino are also paid a lot less than Salah. No wonder there’s no money for the captains captain.

They are very tight on wages currently, and in real terms probably the highest wage bill in world football once these renewals are done (and Barcelona reduce their wage bill). Not bad for a side that wins nothing and scrapes into the top 4 about 20 points behind the team that won the league. They might win a league derby this season as well.
 
 

 

"Not bad for a team that wins nothing and scrapes into the top 4 20 points behind the leaders"

 

They are probably right seeing as we never beat any decent teams on the way to the Champions League in 2019 and its just a glorified FA cup.

 

Also the 2020 league was not recognised by them because of Covid and the Super Cup and World Club Championship were just glorified friendlies. 

 

Might win a league derby this season too. Considering we never lost one since 2010.

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2 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

I love them the way they accuse Liverpool fans of going on about something since November when the majority of their fans have cryarsed about every refereeing decision that's gone against them for about 45 years. And of course Heysel is responsible for everything that's ever gone wrong for them.

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7 minutes ago, an tha said:

85% of turnover spent on wages by the shite...highest in league, and that cathcer beaut goes on about our wages.

 

Unreal.

One of them has corrected another of them on their bullshit and he's had two middle fingers stuck up at him but nobody replying back. They don't like their lies being pointed out 

 

EverTheOptimist

Player Valuation: £950k
Don't the RS have the highest wage bill in the league pal?

That's why your lot can't sign Henderson and already lost wjinaldum.

You must be getting nervous about that Salah contract.
From Google searches, City have had the highest for 18-19 19-20.

Seems their policy from ownership view is to let contracts run down, and not offer players approaching 30 or in 30s new lucrative contracts that eventually mostly look terrible, very American sports that way in getting players under you contracted and rewarded in their best prime seasons.
 
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Oh child catcher has just responded and is deciding to omit our CL and league title wins

 

catcherintherye

Player Valuation: £70m
Barcelona wages were 90% to turnover before covid, after covid with the drop in turnover it was around a 120% of wages to turnover.

Good to luck to Barca trying to drop those wages, no takers for Greizmann and his € 850k a week wages, Umtiti and Dembele are refusing to leave with a year left, Messi is on half pay staying for a million a week., Coutinho is a drain on wages with no takers coming off a serious knee injury.

United City RS Chelsea all have wages to turnover at 55-65%, they can have wages of 300-350 million a year and it will be no where near a financial burden especially with turnover getting matchday revenues back, City had the highest last season in the PL and will be pretty close to £400 million a year with Grealish and Kane added.

If you want to be in contention or winning leagues and CL you have to spend on wages and spend big, no surprise the top ten highest club wages win these trophies, with Spurs being the anomaly of the top ten highest clubs,they never win those trophies and they have a low wage bill. I dont see what the problem is if you have high turnovers then you pay high wages.

Something Everton have to address long-term, season before covid turnover was 190 million with wages at 88% of turnover which is unhealthy financially.

Thanks for that monologue.

The topic of discussion is not wages to turnover (which is a worthwhile but in this instance irrelevant discussion).

Liverpools wage bill is about 40-50m below Barcelona. Theres every chance they could fall below that in the fire sale this summer.

Either way, given Liverpools huge wage bill, top 3 in the world, to not win any trophies is a massive underachievement. You know that City would not tolerate it.
 

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12 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Oh child catcher has just responded and is deciding to omit our CL and league title wins

 

catcherintherye

Player Valuation: £70m
Barcelona wages were 90% to turnover before covid, after covid with the drop in turnover it was around a 120% of wages to turnover.

Good to luck to Barca trying to drop those wages, no takers for Greizmann and his € 850k a week wages, Umtiti and Dembele are refusing to leave with a year left, Messi is on half pay staying for a million a week., Coutinho is a drain on wages with no takers coming off a serious knee injury.

United City RS Chelsea all have wages to turnover at 55-65%, they can have wages of 300-350 million a year and it will be no where near a financial burden especially with turnover getting matchday revenues back, City had the highest last season in the PL and will be pretty close to £400 million a year with Grealish and Kane added.

If you want to be in contention or winning leagues and CL you have to spend on wages and spend big, no surprise the top ten highest club wages win these trophies, with Spurs being the anomaly of the top ten highest clubs,they never win those trophies and they have a low wage bill. I dont see what the problem is if you have high turnovers then you pay high wages.

Something Everton have to address long-term, season before covid turnover was 190 million with wages at 88% of turnover which is unhealthy financially.

Thanks for that monologue.

The topic of discussion is not wages to turnover (which is a worthwhile but in this instance irrelevant discussion).

Liverpools wage bill is about 40-50m below Barcelona. Theres every chance they could fall below that in the fire sale this summer.

Either way, given Liverpools huge wage bill, top 3 in the world, to not win any trophies is a massive underachievement. You know that City would not tolerate it.
 

Again, no sources, just a bullshit claim. A cursory check on the internet reveals that we're about 7th or 8th in the world (and 4th in the prem).

 

 https://www.givemesport.com/1677800-european-super-league-which-club-has-the-biggest-wage-bill

 

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18 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Oh child catcher has just responded and is deciding to omit our CL and league title wins

 

catcherintherye

Player Valuation: £70m
Barcelona wages were 90% to turnover before covid, after covid with the drop in turnover it was around a 120% of wages to turnover.

Good to luck to Barca trying to drop those wages, no takers for Greizmann and his € 850k a week wages, Umtiti and Dembele are refusing to leave with a year left, Messi is on half pay staying for a million a week., Coutinho is a drain on wages with no takers coming off a serious knee injury.

United City RS Chelsea all have wages to turnover at 55-65%, they can have wages of 300-350 million a year and it will be no where near a financial burden especially with turnover getting matchday revenues back, City had the highest last season in the PL and will be pretty close to £400 million a year with Grealish and Kane added.

If you want to be in contention or winning leagues and CL you have to spend on wages and spend big, no surprise the top ten highest club wages win these trophies, with Spurs being the anomaly of the top ten highest clubs,they never win those trophies and they have a low wage bill. I dont see what the problem is if you have high turnovers then you pay high wages.

Something Everton have to address long-term, season before covid turnover was 190 million with wages at 88% of turnover which is unhealthy financially.

Thanks for that monologue.

The topic of discussion is not wages to turnover (which is a worthwhile but in this instance irrelevant discussion).

Liverpools wage bill is about 40-50m below Barcelona. Theres every chance they could fall below that in the fire sale this summer.

Either way, given Liverpools huge wage bill, top 3 in the world, to not win any trophies is a massive underachievement. You know that City would not tolerate it.
 

They were in the past, what counts is pre season and beyond and what have we won compared to them this pre season?

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57 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

One of them has corrected another of them on their bullshit and he's had two middle fingers stuck up at him but nobody replying back. They don't like their lies being pointed out 

 

EverTheOptimist

Player Valuation: £950k
Don't the RS have the highest wage bill in the league pal?

That's why your lot can't sign Henderson and already lost wjinaldum.

You must be getting nervous about that Salah contract.
From Google searches, City have had the highest for 18-19 19-20.

Seems their policy from ownership view is to let contracts run down, and not offer players approaching 30 or in 30s new lucrative contracts that eventually mostly look terrible, very American sports that way in getting players under you contracted and rewarded in their best prime seasons.
 
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Be called a RS before long if he keeps that up

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Thanks for that monologue.

The topic of discussion is not wages to turnover (which is a worthwhile but in this instance irrelevant discussion).

Liverpools wage bill is about 40-50m below Barcelona. Theres every chance they could fall below that in the fire sale this summer.

Either way, given Liverpools huge wage bill, top 3 in the world, to not win any trophies is a massive underachievement. You know that City would not tolerate it.

 

 

 

Evertonians obviously tolerate winning fuck all for decades.

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