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  1. Oh no!!! Ambition. The buzzword to justify trashing the Clubs finances. If we get an offer from a Premiership team, hard to refuse, especially as we don’t need a replacement with Niki and Nax.
  2. Alternatively we could just accept that KP has not been particularly good this season. Not that he was that great on loan last season.
  3. Even if it is a spoof, signing the right players for the right price seems pretty sensible.
  4. I'm amazed that we did not go for Pep, plus signing Messi, Van Dijk and DeBruyn, I mean, do we have no ambition?
  5. Sure I’ve seen something similar before, large short term cash injection followed by lower future income. The free years funded by Premiership revenue. From a fans point of view, a pretty good deal for the non fickle.
  6. The win at Wigan didn’t drop us like a stone
  7. Some else starts a pointless and inane thread. FACT
  8. In football there are always unpredictable results, and with this game, both teams had a massive incentive to win. City are out of sorts, lacking confidence and lightweight in midfield, so vulnerable at present. Onwards and whatever.
  9. Thanks Ole, missed the game last night, which sounds a good move. Personally, I just think we have an unbalanced squad, and too many players, all of a similar standard. Plus, a lightweight midfield that is too easy to bully. Amazed at how many people seem to forget that the prospect of Liverpool Reserves will also give a lift to the opposition, and that we have no divine right to win. Good time to play us really, low on confidence, out of sorts, no idea what our best team and formation is.
  10. Anyone would think we had a divine right to win
  11. Most of those names mean little to me. Priority for the Scousers will be League, then Champions League. Should add that I don’t have much interest in Premiership football and don’t really know that much about who plays where. Know Milner and Lallana of that bunch, and the boy Brewster has gone on loan to Swansea. Other than that, who?
  12. As WSC pointed out, he has now scored League goals in 4 different decades.
  13. Am I the only cynic who is not that excited by playing the Scousers third team? They have League games 3 days before and after so no hope of any first teamers, as evidenced by the game against Everton.
  14. Good report as ever, the amount of chances Wigan created was worrying, thankfully their forwards were awful. At the end of the day, 3 points, and that’s the important bit. An enjoyable day out, with the possible exception of the first half!
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