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  1. 2 minutes ago, The Guest said:

    We made 125m pre tax.  We made 106m after tax.  In that 125m was 124m we made on profit on disposal of players registrations.  It’s not hard to guess what that is.  The amortisation of players registrations went up 20m.  It’s more difficult to say what that is as Virg will only have accounted for about a quarter of that you would guess.


    Without selling Coutinho we probably would have made a loss.  The numbers are there in black and white but it’s more than that.  We can’t afford to be buying 70m players every year.  Even more so because every time you spend big the cost goes up the next time.  You see it with United and City and even though they’ve got a lot more money than us they are both turning their noses up at the prices of players now.  You need to pick your moments and the club seem to feel like now isn’t the time.  I’m not saying we should never buy 70m players but doing it every year just isn’t sustainable.  We’ve spent a lot recently so they’re obviously stopping for a season to assess what’s going on.


    So, to buy quality, we have to sell quality. We've spent a lot because we sold big.


    How many times have we been here before.

    One or two quality signings makes us. Standing still doesn't.


    We're going into next season more depleted than we were last season, and that's without Mane's 13 month season, and that's also praying Mo or Bobby don't break down. And lets not forget the "industrious" midfield we have. Or short of cover at full back.


    It's crap. We should be buying AT LEAST one quality signing. You don't stand still.


    It's bollocks, and unfortunately we've been here before.

    Our competitors have strengthened, and we're sitting on our hands. 

  2. 35 minutes ago, magicrat said:

    I don't get Klopp's reluctance to spend. He shot down the Coutinho rumours yesterday on cost grounds. 

    He would have been a great option to have back imo. He had better get a full back in or I'll be sending a strongly worded letter to Melwood using a first class stamp.

    So you reckon that's 100% on the boss then, do you...........................


    Better get writing that letter then. Post it to FSG..............

  3. I'm the head of my department (materials buyer for a house builder).

    Fuck knows how. Just plain hard work and waiting for the right moment to come along.


    That said, been with this company 20 years, this year. Been head of the department for just over 4 years. Was a number 2 for the rest.


    Job keeps me up at night. Not the worrying anymore, but just constantly thinking over things.

    I've no idea how those in the real big jobs live with it.


    I suppose giving a toss is part of it.



  4. On 21/05/2019 at 00:42, littletedwest said:

    Had a drink just rambling so please forgive.  My cousin said his dad saw my dad on Wednesday.  They said there usual goodbye "see you when I see you" but then my dad shook his hand which he didn't normally do. His memory issues effected him but I think he knew.

    even 2 hours before death he could work out numbers in his head.



    A few of us used to go and see my mate at his hospice every Thursday from December last year, through to his death back in April.

    Everytime we used to leave him, he'd shake our hands and thank us for everything.

    I'd normally tell him to "........man the fuck up, and we'll see you next week".

    Last time we saw him, when we went to leave, he shook our hands and told us to shut the door on the way out, but as you say, almost like he knew......


    And apparently, on the morning of his death, he had breakfast with his wife and kids. When the female chief came around to see if he fancied anything else for breakfast, in front of everyone, he said, "yeah, I'd like a piece of you".

    Ten minutes later, he was dead.



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  5. One of my best mates died yesterday, to this.

    He had 3 tumours removed from his brain, which they controlled then it got into his bones.


    Was in a hospice since xmas.

    Only 35. Leaves two kids, 8 & 5.


    Lost a cousin and then my mate, within the last 12 months.

    C*nt of a disease.

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  6. 10 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

    And that Tottenham fan - how exactly did we get the "easiest draw again" when they got Dortmund and we got Bayern in the last round?

    I work with alot of them.

    Dortmund were top of the league when they first played them. They were better than Barca. Fact.