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Old 16-07-2019, 06:13 PM   #7636
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Last season we did well in 2 runs; bpl and ucl.
This year as a club we shld give a good run in 1 of the domestic cups as well. So the academy and backup squad has to be better for it. Our options are open for that but in due course, I believe another 2 quality signings shld place klopp in position.
They would be good but transfer market is really hot. Rumors Leicester wants 80-90 million for Maguire. Scums want 170 million for pogba. Crazy money. Vvd and Alison look cheap now.
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Old 16-07-2019, 06:15 PM   #7637
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They would be good but transfer market is really hot. Rumors Leicester wants 80-90 million for Maguire. Scums want 170 million for pogba. Crazy money. Vvd and Alison look cheap now.
Transfer fee only go up haiz
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Old 16-07-2019, 08:38 PM   #7638
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Transfer fee bo bian one
We are good financially
And we are wise I dare say
So if we splurge big,
Granted it'll be worth it rather than a lemon.

That's Y I am only bothered abt who we bought
Rather than worried how much we paid
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Old 16-07-2019, 11:42 PM   #7639
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OT. Liverpool will be on FIFA 20. Hai.. no more on PES..
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Old 17-07-2019, 12:16 AM   #7640
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Rumors of Coutinho jus wont go away

Where’s Pearce or the usual journalist to squash the rumors?
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Old 17-07-2019, 07:41 AM   #7641
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OT. Liverpool will be on FIFA 20. Hai.. no more on PES..
Maybe it depends who pays more???

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Old 17-07-2019, 08:17 AM   #7642
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Hmm but Barca is always on them.. hai.. was so looking forward to have Liverpool on it

Maybe it depends who pays more???

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The recruitment team keeps tabs on lots of players across different age groups and run exhaustive analysis on them. This is to identify possible players to recruit.

Availability and transfer negotiations thereafter are difficult steps to maneuver. It's rarely like klopp wants a player and next day he turns up at melwood or anfield for unveiling. Lots of moving parts to align. As can be seen with fekir things can fall apart at the last moment.

In short LFC will go for the right player at the right price. Hopefully all goes well. The days of panic buying are over.
Klopp was saying some of our potential targets were monitored for the past 2 years before the board gave an assessment of buying #nomorepanicbuy
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I am sure Klopp has a list of targets he want to buy, so that the selling club won't chop carrot on Liverpool. Unlike Manure or Real Madrid who has the habit of panic buying or buying the most hyped up player of the season and end up getting chop carrot.

Klopp was saying some of our potential targets were monitored for the past 2 years before the board gave an assessment of buying #nomorepanicbuy
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Klopp was saying some of our potential targets were monitored for the past 2 years before the board gave an assessment of buying #nomorepanicbuy
Prefer slow and easy.
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Monitoring over a period of time reduces the chance of signing a player with poor temperament or has a ill-advised entourage of bad influences.
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Monitoring over a period of time reduces the chance of signing a player with poor temperament or has a ill-advised entourage of bad influences.
Consistency should be a hallmark of good players. As in difference between good and less good performances aren't day and night. Decision shouldn't be based on a match or a tournament. As they say class is permanent.
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My only issue right now is how the national African teams and the African Football Associations treat their players.
And the worrying fact that players are forced to play in very poor conditions

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The message from Philippe Coutinho's camp was crystal clear.

Asked about a potential Premier League return for the Barcelona misfit, Coutinho's agent, Kia Joorabchian, slung a forearm straight into the court of his client's former employers.


"It would be very difficult for Philippe to play for any of Liverpool ’s rivals, because he has such a great affinity towards Liverpool," said Joorabchian


Coutinho , who left the club for Barca in January 2018 for £142million, continues to be linked alongside Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and, of course, the Reds, with none of the trio giving a clear indication they want the attacking midfielder in their ranks.


Joorabchian, speaking on talkSPORT , was determined to get the message out that his client would relish a move before the August 8 transfer deadline.



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The message from Philippe Coutinho's camp was crystal clear.

Asked about a potential Premier League return for the Barcelona misfit, Coutinho's agent, Kia Joorabchian, slung a forearm straight into the court of his client's former employers.


"It would be very difficult for Philippe to play for any of Liverpool ’s rivals, because he has such a great affinity towards Liverpool," said Joorabchian.

"His time there was fantastic."

The future of the Brazil international has become a saga in its own right this summer transfer window, despite the absence of an obvious interest from any one particular club, not least of all, Liverpool.


Jordan Henderson and Phillipe Coutinho before the UEFA Champions League Semi Final second leg match between Liverpool and Barcelona at Anfield (Image: Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)
Coutinho , who left the club for Barca in January 2018 for £142million, continues to be linked alongside Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and, of course, the Reds, with none of the trio giving a clear indication they want the attacking midfielder in their ranks.


Joorabchian, speaking on talkSPORT , was determined to get the message out that his client would relish a move before the August 8 transfer deadline.


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'It would have to be Liverpool' - Philippe Coutinho's agent speaks out on possibility of Reds transfer

"Manchester United is a great club, I have players there and I have all the respect for them, but as far as Philippe goes it would be an extremely difficult to a near-impossible move," he said.

"Like all big players at some point, you want to experience a different thing in your career because your career is very short, but [his Anfield exit] has no reflection on the fact his heart and affinity is very much with Liverpool.

"Obviously if he were to move back [to the Premier League], it would have to be Liverpool, but at the moment I think it would be difficult and it would be up to them."

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If his Barcelona career panned out better, his love and affinity for Liverpool would not be so strong.
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