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we neede him now 4get about him in the summer there will be plenty of talented players wanting to come to us wen we secure that 4th spot
4th Feb 2014 13:37
4th Feb 2014 13:41
"as we triggered his release can we have that in writing?"
4th Feb 2014 13:46
"the truth is that Abromovich called his friend owner of Dnipro not to sell to Liv similar thing he did with Willian to SPURs; yes by May we would know where both Liv and Cheslki stand. He was afraid Liv woulsd beat Chelski for top 4 with signature of player-shame. Lets not blame Ayre "
4th Feb 2014 13:51
"Well perhaps the timing doesnt suit us then. If I was this player getting treated in this manner I would refuse to sign a new contract and leave at the end of next season for nothing."
LFC since 1975
4th Feb 2014 14:59
"this is still possibly the best option for us, he will give a different attacking option to sterling and couts. He is fast and strong with the ball and can run at teams that sit deeper rather than relying on the counter attack like we are now. I would deffo want to see him here next season"
4th Feb 2014 23:07
"We need to strengthen our defence and midfield before anything else and we need to up our anti to £30/40mil if we are to be serious European contenders. If FSG is serious then they must commit to the serious investment required for top flight football not try and contend on 2nd rate budget."
5th Feb 2014 10:28
"Forget it Mr Ayre couldn't run a up in a brewery"