People still not accepting that not having the crowd behind them has made a massive difference to the team. Over 140 shot at Anfield for 4 goals according to BT.Now FSG should reflect on how important the "stakeholders" are to the team let alone the club. Team is clearly going to be very much better with Virgil, Joe and Jordan in it however it needs freshening up and the standard of player we need will mean major investment. Its going to be an interesting summer for the Club. Maybe FSG should be paying the Crowd to turn up.
One good thing they have done is not bow down to Wijnaldum wages his time is done as is a few others the 5yr cycle enough for some
Ox is 27 and signed 2 years ago before the bad injury , Firmino signed 3 years ago when he was also performing better, Milner is short term and was due to no signing on fee . Gini is 30 now so completely different
What a load of rubbish,Gini is 30 but he plays every week and hardly never gets injured,on the basis of you argument which one of the OX and Gini would you keep?By the way the OX signed the latest contract after his serious injury. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11669/11791511/alex-oxlade-chamberlain-signs-new-liverpool-contractMilly also signed a contract extension in 2019 for 3 years,this latest contract was nothing to do with his free transfer he signed in 2015.
REALLY?Not giving an improved contract to a long servant who rarely gets injured and plays nearly every game,Gini's contract is 90K a week,that's 13th in the players wages,with players like Keita,Milly and the OX,who are not first team regulars all paid more.4 players are on double what Gini gates,would you be happy at work if people were paid double what you earn for doing the same job they do,FFS Firmino is on double who has been crap for the best part of two years.Jürgen rates Gini extremely highly and Gini has come out saying he wants to stay,Jürgen has sent lots of statements in his interviews stating he wants Gini to stay.Here's the website with the players wages on, https://www.spotrac.com/epl/liverpool-fc/payroll/
So apparently FSG have knocked back an offer of around 3bn to sell up and do one? I wonder if their time is drawing near.https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fsg-liverpool-takeover-3bn-breaking-20458914
The mancs owners the Glazers have said they will sell for £4bn so the price for LFC is reasonable.
The mancs owners the Glazers have said they will sell for £4bn so the price for LFC is reasonable.In relative terms of course but who would pay that kind of money is questionable. .
£3,000,000,000.For that you get an aging team with possible Europa league football next season. You get an old stadium. And you get the ever uncertain risk of having no fans in stadiums because of covid mutations fears.No time wasters.
I’d also wager that now the Glazers have stated 4bn, JWH and Co will be thinking a similar amount...
I want the US bas**rds gone. I want a Sheikh that gives us the money like City gets but respects the legacy and tradition of LFC. Of course first choice would be a buy-out from us fans or the city, but that ain't realistic.
My bad around timings point still stands around age ,length of contract and wage rise , Jota for example is on same as Wijnaldum do you think he is happy being on same as Gini with his current performances this season . You are entitled to your opinion as am I and he does not warrant the massive increase in wages and I can understand the owners worries about agreeing to this and also length of contract . And around OX he also won't be in a position to demand the things that Gini is demanding when his contract talks come round again
Jota was signed as potential and played 24 games(8 being sub),Gini has been here for around 5 years and played 232 games and Jürgen rates him highly,we paid 25m for Thiago who was 29 (now 30) and is one of the highest earners at the club on around 200k per week and signed a four year contract hence he will be 33 when his contract is up!!and is only 5 months younger than Gini,so your argument doesn't add up.
Is that true? My god, I had a look through that link and it melted my brain. Your argument goes double for Andy Robertson, based on those figures!Got to say it though, I look at what we're supposedly paying the top earners and I think Premier League football is such a fu**ed-up world.
The figures are crazy for kicking a ball around but it's the fans that pay for it with their tv subs,buying merchandise and attending games,which hopefully will return sooner rather than later.