Premier League 2019/20

#1

The Greatest League in the World.

We go again.

This means more.

#2

WE ARE LIVERPOOL

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#3

This year isn’t even over yet. Who needs Champions of England when you can be Champions of Europe? :grin:

YNWA

#4

Its over mate. Move on.

#5

Considering the biggest honour in club football is still on the line and the mighty Reds are going for it I would say not, ‘mate’.

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#6

The league is over. Accept it. And move on.

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#7

Aww bless … someone isnt getting enough attention today.

You dirty Manc financial doping, human rights abusing , cunt … You’ve no history, oil money bastards…you’ll be back where you belong when the oil dries up.

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#8

The race for NET SPEND champions begins now.

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#9

I have a quiet calm aura enveloping me today. I am quan.

Yer man cant accept that the Premier League is over, its time to move onto next season.

#10

Liverpool fans have been strategically talking about NET SPEND on a calendar year basis so they get the benefit of the January 2018 Coutinho windfall in the most recently completed full year. However, I demand that we discuss this pressing issue on a football season basis. That was 2017/18 related business and it’s well in the past. Liverpool must have been very heavy net spenders in 2018/19, were they? What way are they shaping up for 2019/20?

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#11

VVD was bought in during 17/18 season … Liverpool have a 100m net spend under Jurgen… I prefer to think of it as a project rather than a season by season approach.

#12

They’re turning water into wine in their transfer dealings. 20m+ for both Solanke and Ings.

#13

Net spend titles aren’t handed out on a “project” basis, mate. Sure different projects have different timescales. The fairest is to award the title on a season by season basis.

#14

Was Keita paid for in 17/18 season also?

#15

I expect we’ll get another £20m for Lallana this summer.

#16

Yep

#17

Liverpool’s ability to command excessive fees for departing players has been a credit to their management team.

#18

There’s no getting rid of that sick note.

They might let Shaqiri go , but it’ll be at a profit.

Sturridge will be off the wage bill. Mike Gordon will probably bank another 20m from Mignolet.

#19

Their emphasis on the champions league the last couple of seasons has greatly enhanced their revenue streams. I’d expect next season they will put more of an emphasis on EPL

#20

I think Sturridge will be the hardest to get rid of

I’d love to see us get Hakim Ziyech from Ajax

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