2 Jun 2015

Offer Submitted: Liverpool bid €20m for 'amazing' attacker who'd 'sign for LFC'

Finally, some transfer news to be excited about. Villareal goalscorer Luciano Vietto is once again being linked with a move a move to Anfield, and according to reports in Spain, Liverpool are taking concrete steps to sign the allegedly 'amazing' striker.

According to Spanish newspaper AS on Monday:

* Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, and Arsenal have submitted €20m bids for Vietto, and thus activating his buyout clause.

* Villareal are reluctant to sell, and are trying to raise the buyout clause by tying Vietto down to a new deal.

With 28 goals/assists this season, Vietto has taken to Spanish football like Rodgers to gross hyperbole, and when asked recently about the striker's future, his agent, Jorge Cyterszpiler confirmed once again that Vietto will leave if the price is right:

"He [Vietto] might leave in the summer. It is normal that the best clubs in the world are after him. If big clubs make an offer, we need to talk. The offer must be very good, not only for us but also for Villarreal."

The story so far:

* Sep 2012: Liverpool sent scouts to watch Vietto in action for Racing Club.

* Oct 2012: TalkSport reported: "Liverpool will battle it out with Juventus, PSG and Real Madrid to sign Luciano Vietto"

* May 2013: Vietto's agent claimed: "The whole world wants Vietto, including Liverpool, Real Madrid, Juventus and other international clubs."

* Oct 2013: The Daily Mail claimed: "Liverpool and Manchester City have asked about Luciano Vietto. Both clubs have been monitoring his development for over a year"

* Feb 2014: Vietto's agent noted: "There is so much competition, and we have talked to top-level clubs like Real Madrid [and] Liverpool"

* Feb 2014: Vietto's agent mused: "Luciano is playing at a very good level. Real Madrid and Liverpool have showed a serious interest."

* Dec 2014: The Mirror claimed: "Brendan Rodgers wants Luciano Vietto to replace Luis Suarez"

* Mar 2015: Reports claim that Vietto is Liverpool's top transfer target, and that Rodgers is 'confident' of closing a deal.

* Mar 2015: Vietto told Spanish newspaper AS: "If these great teams come forward and make an offer we’ll see".

* Mar 2015: Vietto's agent confirmed: "Big clubs are watching Vietto. He could sign for Liverpool. He is admired by the Reds"



As you can see, Liverpool have been chasing Vietto for a long time, and as the repeated assertions from his Agent attest, this is one of those situations where the rumours match the reality.

In theory, if the Reds have been after Vietto for three years, and he's open to signing, then there's seemingly of actually sealing the deal.

Alas, it's never quite that simple, and with no Champions League football, and Brendan Rodgers reportedly staying at Anfield, there's probably next to no chance of Liverpool sealing the deal.

Such is life for the Reds right now.

Shawshank alumnus Andy Dufresne claims that 'hope can set you free', but when it comes to Liverpool transfers, hope is a hellish, inescapable vortex of misery and despair, and with Arsenal and Atletico Madrid as competitors, the Reds are already out of the race.

Still, if FSG are to stick with their infernal policy of prioritising the recruitment of young players, then Liverpool should target the best of the best, and statistically, Vietto is one of Europe's most effective young strikers.

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117 comments:

  1. So this 21 year old with only 1 year experience in La Liga is going to be the striker to get 20-25 league goals next Season at Liverpool ? Good luck with that.

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  2. I'm not looking forward to next season, the alleged signings we're in for aren't filling me with optimism and the thought of another season like this one......

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  3. Who said that? If FSG are determined to stick with their 'buy young' policy, then it's best to sign the best of the best in whatever position is a priority. Statistically, Vietto is one of the most effective young strikers in Europe, and if LFC sign him, and another experienced, older striker, it'll be good business (IMO).

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  4. Jaimie - think of Zihuatanejo and everything will be alright :)

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  5. I see it better than inconsistent, overrated, injury prone Benteke and Danny Ings, who has a much worse league record than Vietto this season, given apps and goals/assists

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  6. Never going to happen

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  7. Stupid thing to say but some of his goals remind me of an in-form Torres, in the way his shots almost seem to say to say 'stop that, muthaf*cka'.

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  8. nothing to look forward to for the next season.
    a barrel of disgrace and despair for the fans.

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  9. That would be ideal.

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  10. Yea why not give him a go, if he doesnt impress he can always hang out with balo, borini and lambert

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  11. irrespective of any attacking reinforcements, I seriously doubt BR's defensive tactics !

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  12. Shawshank redemption. Great movie. .

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  13. ''inescapable vortex of misery and despair'' by

    Charles JK Baudelaire.

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  14. If FSG don't go with their infernal transfer policy, Vietto would be off the list, after all, he epitomises that policy.

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  15. With Rodgers in charge, Milner and Ings our new signings!!! How ca we have optimism??? Werner you know what you all americans doing because i dont think so . How can you leave this manager in charge after this disastrous season and leave him doing again the summer transfers after last summer horrible signings. I lost faith in this club management and I am seeing dark clouds ahead.

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  16. Just confirmed B R to stay - FSG stay loyal BUT will the fans???????? = THEY ARE THE ONES WHO REALLY MATTER

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  17. FSG and BR the same behaviour and same philosophy. we really need change from the owner to the manager including R's signings

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  18. LAST CHANCE BR - You were bloody awful last 2 months and must be luckiest Manager ever to survive - Learn you lessons and KEEP IT SIMPLE - You are not clever enough to be anything else

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  19. Well, considering Klopp is out of it for 6 months and Carlo seems to be headed that way too, and Rafa is at Real, I'd say keeping BR till Jan is a good decision. If we fire him now, we'd have to have an interim for 6 months.

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  20. Agreed, better BR than Garry Monk or someone like that

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  21. Actually, our defense was good this year.


    We consistently dropped points (especially near the end of the season) because we couldn't score.

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  22. Good except when we were brain dead...

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  23. So Brendan stays after agreeing a comprehensive plan for success this coming season.... A comprehensive plan hey!, like the dossier that has been thrown out by chance.... Any how, time to get behind him now and show him that LFC fans stick by their man, show him the support he is undoubtedly going to need for the start of the new campaign, and please, please, don't sit there just waiting for the team to lose, just looking for any reason to throw your support in his face.... Support the man, and support the team....

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  24. Since this is reality I have no choice but to support him... Prove to me you can elwrn from mistakes.

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  25. It was good when Lucas was there. I maintain that our defence is not bad bar Lovren but because of lack of a proper DM, we suffer.

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  26. I scratch my head in confusion everytime we let a window shut without one.

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  27. If we bring Kondogbia I will be happy regardless of other transfer..

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  28. Everyone forgetting Kovacic

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  29. Apart from stikers, this is where we need to concentrate the largest funds... LFC are the last to realise the major benefit of having a DM.. Arsenal have finally cottoned on, now look at em...

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  30. One final dig. I bet you we will be having this same conversation again next year because this comprehensive plan will not work. Oh watching Liverpool play on the TV next season is going to a major nail biting experience.
    I am done now. BR YNWA.

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  31. Given the rate of Real madrid firing their coaches, Rafa may even be available next year.

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  32. Xmas and he's gone if it doesn't work out, and Idon't hold out much hope, LFC are always shocking at the start of a season, especially under brendan, although I pray for a massive swing in form...

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  33. I have a feeling conversations were had and agreements reached, hence the change of heart and deicision to take a break from Klopp, maybe he knows something and is willing to wait and see.

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  34. Thats the worst time ever I would rather they give him until the end of next season no matter what. though I fear your intuitions are right.

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  35. We'll never get Vietto. If the whole world is after him why on earth would he come to us? Because he couldn't turn down the opportunity of working with BR?!?

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  36. 4eva LFC, LFC 4eva9:14 pm, June 02, 2015

    Well Jerry he can't do more worse than Ballo, Lambert, Borini, Sterling and Sturridge, mate he is fantastic with the ball, he isn't afraid to take on players, knows where the goals are and has pace to burn.

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  37. You know what we need Stan, we need to be managed like Barcelona and Real Madrid where the fans have the right to elect the members to run the club and all that is needed. Whit that policy we bring ready made players with great potential not like Kovacic who is still a youngster but the likes of Reus, Benzema etc. But after all we need a big manager who can bring good and of great calibre players.

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  38. These articles are going to be tough to read all summer. A lot of negativity.

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  39. I can't help but imagine you saying that in Admiral Akbar's voice.

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  40. Looks like brendan isn't going anywhere for now..I suppose it's best to stop bitching about him now and get behind him. I hope you can prove us all wrong brendan!

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  41. I was gonna stay away till the season because I was sure Rodgers was gone.but it looks like his strategy of wasting all of fsgs money means we can't afford to pay him off,smart move Rodgers,next season will be a struggle with the second rate players we have or will bring in

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  42. You say right now, when it has been different?

    At what point could we actually compete with Arsenal, Man Utd or Chelsea fo rplayers in the last 10 years?

    Seriously, people are talking like its only the time that we have struggle to sign very good players.

    When was the last time we actually when head to head with any of those 3 clubs and beat them to a signing.

    Sure berate BR, but do not make it out like our inability to sign top players is all his fault.

    We have had problems signing top quality players for many years now, hell decades even.

    We have signed 180 players over the last 25 years, I would argue about 7 of them were from Top European Clubs.

    The rest that became great players were relatively unknown outside their own country and were far from being described as world class.

    You look at all the signings we have made since Souness, list me 10 players that already had a great reputation and were considered to be Top Class.

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  43. I would argue we also need an RB, but I agree.

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  44. BR staying on is a blessing in disguise. Klopp and Ancelotti seem to be taking time off. This means BR will need to prove he is the man to take the club forward. If he can't and gets the boot - the 'give him more time' brigade won't have a leg to stand on.

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  45. As president of the Give Him More Time Brigade, I approve of this message.

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  46. We kept trying to retrofit Stevie into the role to justify his starting position.


    In my opinion, Lucas can hold it down for us for two more seasons.


    We go out and buy a younger (affordable) player now and develop him to take over for Lucas.

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  47. We were good more often than we were brain dead (at least this season)

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  48. Agree totally.


    And the funny thing about the whole "revolutionary" switch to the back three was that we basically played a back three last season.



    We would simply play two center backs, drop Stevie in between them, and send the RB & LB up the wing.


    This year, we played with three center backs instead, and even then we'd have Stevie drop into the 3 on occasion.

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  49. Yes, but don't understand the reason for thos brainfarfs..

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  50. How come other clubs can buy better players than we can for less money? Sure we aren't spending maga bucks like real Madrid or city but we still have spent enough that we should have a much much better team! How can the likes of southhampton compete with us in the league and yet they have spent far less to do so?

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  51. You see Bob most people don't see the genius of Rodgers as a schemer, he has orchestrated the timing of the news of his extended stay to coincide with the Blatter resignation so as to hide the good/bad news from the limelight.

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  52. The policy isn't necessarily flawed, it can and does work at other clubs, hell, Klopp did it with great effect at Dortmund, and he had less money to play with...It just needs to be interspersed with the odd ready made player... I'd 1 to every 3 younger players...

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  53. I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for this transfer to come true. As Jamie has alluded in prior posts BR just doesn't have the gravity to attract the top class players.

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  54. How many times have S'oton been in top6 in last 20 years? And us? It is always a different 'small' club up there almost catching 4th, 5th or 6th. Tadic, Bony, Caroll will get you near sometimes with no pressure on the but what happens with them when they are expected to shine and are close to getting something big? Look at them- had a 4th place in one moment, but got no Europa spot. Nobody says they flopped. S'oton has the option of getting it wrong and if they avoid relegation fans are still happy.

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  55. As Ghost Rider says below, unlike which of our ex managers in last 2 and a half decades?

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  56. If we manage to get Clyne for £15m, I'd be very happy...great attacking full back who can actually defend well.

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  57. Either that or Sepp's Bladder.

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  58. Seems to be missing for some reason......

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  59. What I'm saying is Rodgers has spent a lot of money and for me there's no excuses for him . look what the likes of klopp can do with a smaller budget! Look at Simeone! You don't have to be a 'super club' to compete at the top with the right management and shrude acquisitions. .

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  60. To be fair Klopp spent £45m on two strikers to replace Lewandowski, and they scored a total of 5 goals between them last season. Rodgers has been slaughtered for doing that and his strikers cost £20m.

    You could add Lallana's £25m before BR catches up yet Klopp hasn't done any better in his respective league.

    Difference is, when he had the chance to win the

    league, he took it..

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  61. He's on a bender.

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  62. We were assured that he was right though...

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  63. Yes. Case was closed up tight.

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  64. A girlfriend actually, he was here claiming it is not yet decided BR stays,,

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  65. He won the league twice with and turned them into one of the best teams in Europe. For me you are defending the indefensible. Away from his atrocious transfer record my biggest problem with him is that he hasn't a clue how to organise a team defensively. If John Terry was playing at centre back he'd look like a clown. Playing gerrard as holding midfielder when is was clear he couldn't play there and persisting with it!! And lucas on the bench! Playing several players out of position. How could that ever work.the guy is a joke and should not be Liverpool manager

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  66. Agreed, 'Pool will never get him if Arsenal and Atletico are interested. Yes, every player would jump at the chance to play in the Europa League out of position for BR. "Comprehensive plan"...what were we working off of before? The half-baked plan? I really hate being negative, but just don't see any success in the future with the current manager or FSG unless they retool their approach to the game. A little transparency would also be nice...so, what is the "Plan" now?

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  67. Phew....apparantly the fat lady has sung....Brendan is staying....
    It is now officially safe for me to come out of hiding and get back in the water...
    Some of the comments over the past couple weeks meant almost anything pro Brendan was going to be petrol to fire...
    Not that I'm under any illusion he better prove himself to be a learning man and sort his sh*t out before and especially during first bit of season...the knives are not put away I sense and they are just being sharpened in peoples sheds ready fro the next bit of onslaught.....

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  68. I'm not defending him I'm putting some perspective into the discussion.
    Perception is a strange thing. let's look at your last point.
    The accepted wisdom:
    BR is weak- 'a joke' defensively you say.
    Rafa is strong defensively and organisationally right?
    Well, guess what. Over 3 seasons, and including their respective 2nd place seasons, Rafa and BR lost EXACTLY THE SAME number of games
    That means you think Rafa is also a jike defensively, presumably?
    Not such an easy sell that one is it?

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  69. Which coincides with 25 years if league futility.

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  70. Yeah saw that now. sounds to me like that gu on Fox News who refused to accept it when Obama won even though his own station reported it.
    Maybe he's one of Pearson's ostriches

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  71. The problem with clarity Mike is apparently something called refractive index - like on the smirn*ff ads - it beds light to suit the watcher....


    lets be under no illusion though, klopp is quite good and on a level playing field, and from a 'been there done that' perspective you and I can be sure the powers that be at fsg have quite probably told him if things rae not going the way they want by xmas - which is approx the 6 months klopp was hinting at - then BR is gonna be shifted...
    ...Klopp isn't bad though..but I feel - for the team, and with so much upheaval with SG going - keeping BR is a very good thing..but thats just me....

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  72. The problem with clarity is apparently something called refractive index - like on the sm1rn*ff ads - it bends light to suit the watcher....

    lets be under no illusion though, klopp is quite good and on a level playing field, and from a 'been there done that' perspective you and I can be sure the powers that be at fsg have quite probably told him if things rae not going the way they want by xmas - which is approx the 6 months klopp was hinting at - then BR is gonna be shifted...

    ...Klopp isn't bad though..but I feel - for the team, and with so much upheaval with SG going - keeping BR is a very good thing..but thats just me....

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  73. The problem with clarity Mike is apparently something called refractive index - it bends light to suit the watcher....

    lets be under no illusion though, klopp is quite good and on a level playing field, and from a 'been there done that' perspective you and I can be sure the powers that be at fsg have quite probably told him if things rae not going the way they want by xmas - which is approx the 6 months klopp was hinting at - then BR is gonna be shifted...

    ...Klopp isn't bad though..but I feel - for the team, and with so much upheaval with SG going - keeping BR is a very good thing..but thats just me....

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  74. No, it's not.
    I would be very happy with Klopp but I'm not upset like some people that BR has a few months to prove which season was truly representative....

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  75. Disappointed but hope BR has learnt, improved and the club makes some progress next season.. YNWA...chao

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  76. An adult reaction at last. Bravo.
    He'll be out like a shot if he doesn't improve, that's for sure.

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  77. You mean name calling temper tantrums, air plane banners, and threats to support another club aren't adult enough for you? ;)

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  78. I think upset is an understatement judging by what I've read on the threads last couple weeks...
    ...I chose not to comment cos it looked like gang warfare at one point and being a bit pro BR which I happen to be (please prove yourself BR) meant that it felt like any positive post was going to be rounded on for justification - which I would have struggled with due to it being more of a gut feeling rather than with the deep football nous of the plethora of knowledgeable fans on this forum......

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  79. My favourite is the always witty 'Brenda'...
    These are grown men....

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  80. Vietto isnt comin thats all crap and what really set Andy Dufresne free was a sewer so our hopes are down the toilet.

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  81. #OnlyMaturePeopleUseTwitter

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  82. try to stay away from sharp edges Ray

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  83. Aaah..., the shawshank redemption.....nice.....


    ...just goes to show, just like with BR; everyone gets a second chance....

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  84. He's just being obtuse..

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  85. I'm just spinnin' it man..., just spinnin' it.....

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  86. No I don't think Rafa teams were a joke defensively. The biggest problem with Rafa was that he tended to be overly negative and not score enough goals.rafas teams were rarely hammered off the pitch and embarrassed like Rodgers. In three seasons they may have lost the same amount of games (which is interesting, but is that including champions league?) but you put this into perspective. Champion league winners, FA cup winners European super cup winners and a community shield I think! Brendan Rogers -nothing!!

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  87. ooops...I didn't bother reading the original post by jaimie....just came on here to converse about BR keeping his job.....now I see the shawshank bit...I did wonder... :)

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  88. Just on an unrelated topic Blatters gone yay yay yay and now finally the smell that has surrounded FIFA for decades may become a little less nauseating.

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  89. I commented whenever the criticism was unfair or unwarranted.

    There was sooo much legitimate criticism to be made yet still so much of it was irrelevant red herrings about overpraise, his teeth etc etc

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  90. No way would he just give up like that 'For the sake of FIFA'
    Watch this space..

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  91. About flipp**n time too, the man was like an untouchable mafia don...
    ..for the first time on sky news i saw the reaction to russia and qatar winning the world cup gigs and I reeled at the audible shock in the auditorium.....or did they edit that for effect....anyhow I love the sensationalism...cos this time it is wholly appropriate.....
    ...complete knob of a man.....

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  92. About flipp**n time too, the man was like an untouchable mafia don...

    ..for the first time on sky news i saw the reaction to russia and qatar winning the world cup gigs and I reeled at the audible shock in the auditorium.....or did they edit that for effect....anyhow I love the sensationalism...cos this time it is wholly appropriate.....

    ...complete kn*b of a man.....

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  93. I think he is saving his own behind and i for 1 am grateful to the yanks who would have thought they were the ones who would clean up the game.

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  94. I am an Aussie and we were shattered when Qatar won it just blew us away.

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  95. Reminds me of someone called Dukinfield. Sudden retirement when evidence began to mount..

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  96. Well, for me it was just a general gist of conversation that stopped me - I saw the more regular poster's such as yourself, orme, bob, stuart, hold it together and use your knowledge to 'temper' arguments...but I did notice alot of anger...so I waited till concrete news came out rather than postulate....

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  97. I'm not an Aussie - I'm in the UK - and I was blown away too that you guys didn't get it (obvious choice for me)...my jaw hit the floor...and I'm not one to be shocked mate......

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  98. what made it worse we were watching it on tele and Al jAZEERA had reported Qatar had won it an hour before it was announced i laughed until it actually happened.

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  99. Heard he was in the Travel Agents looking at non extradition countries for a quick break.

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  100. Naaaaaaaahhh.............!!!!!

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  101. Thing is Greg none of us are fbi or cia...not even interpol...but come on was it just us with brain cells in the right place who saw it was THE biggest load of bull**it ever...?
    ..and the way they react at getting the gig...like a 100 meter runner receiving gold while the number 2 and 3 look on at his bulging muscles and race form out of nowhere wondering why no-one else can see the needle marks.....

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  102. No I'm not saying Rafa was a joke defensively. If anything he was overly defensive. Are you saying then that rodgers is a good defensive and organisational coach then?

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  103. I really don't see the point in having any extensive discussion about this player when it seems both Atletico Madrid and Arsenal are keen to have him. Having unbridled enthusiasm about incoming players every summer but always getting riddled with disappointment at the end of it makes me kinda a realist these days. Highly coveted players are certainly not for us, given the present vibe of the club with the very same set of people managing it. It's more sensible to discuss about our manager-reckoned targets this season in milner, Ings, Clyne and Benteke (UCL?), plus two new targets in sicknote Kieran Gibbs and last but not least, the perpetual sicknote Theo Walcott.

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  104. Top-notch conspiracy theorist... :)

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  105. I think if we sign vietto for £20m clyne fo £15m bacca for £20m ayew ings Milner all free and a top class cdm mabye Vidal or nainggolan or illarmandi or kondogbia then we would be able to challenge with the top clubs. Liverpool have never had any money and still have managed to win trophies through using our youth system to its full potential. Gerrard Carragher fowler Owen all the Liverpool greats were in our youth system first and if Sinclair and brannagan are given the chance there is two more potential greats to play alongside hendo and the magician and studge in 2-3 years time Liverpool will be able to win the league and that would be by using the Europa league correctly to build the youth for the next two years
    Next season xi for the prem with making the above signings
    . Mignolet
    Clyne skrtel Sakho Moreno
    . hendo kondogbia
    . Coutinho
    Ayew studge. vietto
    Next season xi for the Europa league
    . Mignolet
    Flannagan skrtel Sakho Moreno
    . brannagan can
    . kovacic
    Ibe Sinclair Origi
    These two lineups could win trophies mabye not the prem but mabye the fa cup or Europa league or the carling cup with studge vietto and ayew we would be unstoppable providing the are all used in their correct positions.

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  106. I would rather go all out to sign Vietto for £14.2m (buy out clause) and give him big wages rather than spend 32.5m on Benteke. The money saved on trasnfer fee alone would allow us to offer him a great package. Sadly i dont think FSG will think that way.


    Just really hope we dont buy Benteke for a number of reasons. 1. He is overpriced 2. He needs lots of crosses to flourish something which we dont do 3. Target men do not work under BR system as we like to play though the middle 4.We need pace up top which Benteke does not have.

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  107. The FBI have the authority as the money was handled by US banking system and more importantly they had Chuck Blazer bang to rights under their jurisdiction who then supplied information and became an informant.


    Good job though by the US lets hope they get to the big fish which after Blatter resigning its looks like they might have.

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  108. I have been telling you he will remain as manager on this site for many weeks. If he does not get top four this year barring winning the Europa league he will lose his job.

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  109. See this is what annoys me about the club sometimes, we could have bought Vietto years ago and the loaned him to other clubs for experience.


    Liverpool need to learn to take gambles on these type of players and loan them out like Chelsea do.


    I'm not even going to excited about this kid as it will never happen. But he is probably the best striker (stats based) in the Europe right now.

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  110. At least the Managerial speculation is over and we can get our desired targets sorted .We just need get it done quickly ,oh wait that's not how we do business we'll wait and see if spurs is interested and drive the price up.....

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  111. What you mean like Origi, Coates, Llori, Alberto, Suso, Texeria, Ibe, etc. All bought young and then loaned out to try and make them into first team players. Sadly not every young player will turn out to be good.

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  112. Muhammad Ibrahim10:38 am, June 03, 2015

    I dont think we will be getting an experienced striker. Studge will be seen as the experience in our front line. Divok Origi, Vietto, and maybe Ings. I think we will have to wait and see if the likes of Balotelli, Borini, Lambert, go out before we see some come in.

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  113. Now, someone is saying the truth about Stevie. PIty it took some lost points to make many other accept that BR was wrong in this stultifying re-invention of Stevie as a CDM

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