Yeah, that's fair enough. Just watching the spend really. I know your not giving them a thumbs up or anything. Money has been spent but it needs to be maintained. They have done well out of us. Let them repay that with a serious spend of the filthy lucre.
Just enough to keep us in contention might appease most of the fans. Klopp will buy it as well. It's obviously easy for me or anyone to demand a money no object stance but lets just see how far they will go before we give them to much credit.
Think that you misunderstand me... I totally agree with you about their under investment in players and although we can not match the Utd's, City's and Chelsea of the world, we should at least be there or there abouts with the Arsenal's and Tottenham's of the world...
If people were to really think about this I feel pretty sure that no one would be calling for £££M of pound to be spent in ever window, but to miss out on players for the sake of 10k's in wages is almost criminal...
We cannot be spending less than teams like Everton etc, because as you pointed out there will come a point were thoughts team will start to overhaul us and we will find ourselves descending into the mid-table and once there it is all to easy to become relegation fodder
(Edit) I don't think that it is a wise strategy to buy young players cheap and sell them high and then re-invest the money earned from that sale... Yes it looks good at first glance... £85m for Suarez... Re-invested... £130m for Coutinho re-invested
But the problem with doing it that way is you have to find and sell a player year or every other year minimum, and they are always a
Top Player which mean you have a good run every other season before you sell that player and you become like Southampton
And after a good run in the Premier League where are they sitting now...?
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