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Thread: Contracts and Squad

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Joetan991 View Post
    How about Grujic ? Our future Captain
    Alisson (2024), Virgil van Dijk (2023), Joe Gomez (2024), Trent Alexander-Arnold (2024), Andy Robertson (2024), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (2022), Jordan Henderson (2023), Fabinho (2023), Naby Keita (2023), Mohamed Salah (2023), Sadio Mane (2023), Roberto Firmino (2023) and Xherdan Shaqiri (2023) are all tied down for the long term.

    Next our manager?
    “We have to change, from doubters to believers—now.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by dicko1969 View Post
    Alisson (2024), Virgil van Dijk (2023), Joe Gomez (2024), Trent Alexander-Arnold (2024), Andy Robertson (2024), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (2022), Jordan Henderson (2023), Fabinho (2023), Naby Keita (2023), Mohamed Salah (2023), Sadio Mane (2023), Roberto Firmino (2023) and Xherdan Shaqiri (2023) are all tied down for the long term.

    Next our manager?
    YESSSS!

    That's some serious...serious bondage...

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    YESSSS!

    That's some serious...serious bondage...
    Liverpool FC's record-breaking accounts showed that the club's wage bill rocketed by 26.4% to £263million.

    For the 12 months to the end of May 2018, the Reds spent around 57.8% of their £455million turnover on salaries.


    That hefty increase led to reports that Liverpool had leapfrogged

    Manchester City (£260million) into second place behind

    Manchester United (£296million) in the table of Premier League wages.

    We employ around 800 staff
    City 450, and outsource the rest
    “We have to change, from doubters to believers—now.”

  4. #24
    The scouts should pay for themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevie harkness View Post
    The scouts should pay for themselves.
    Everyone interested what goes on in scouting young football talent should read "the nowhere men " it's about scouts in England finding the next big thing.
    The money they get is buttons and they do it more for the love of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dicko1969 View Post
    Liverpool FC's record-breaking accounts showed that the club's wage bill rocketed by 26.4% to £263million.

    For the 12 months to the end of May 2018, the Reds spent around 57.8% of their £455million turnover on salaries.


    That hefty increase led to reports that Liverpool had leapfrogged

    Manchester City (£260million) into second place behind

    Manchester United (£296million) in the table of Premier League wages.

    We employ around 800 staff
    City 450, and outsource the rest
    These figures for wages are a bit suspicious.

    Man city the 3rd highest wage bill in the pl is simply unbelievable. Perhaps they have followed PSG in outsourcing their wage costs to a holding company.
    Neymar as an example get paid 100kpw by PSG and the remaining 350kpw is not on PSG's wage bill.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by ianlfc View Post
    Everyone interested what goes on in scouting young football talent should read "the nowhere men " it's about scouts in England finding the next big thing.
    The money they get is buttons and they do it more for the love of the game.
    Thanks I'll have a look for it.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by ianlfc View Post
    Everyone interested what goes on in scouting young football talent should read "the nowhere men " it's about scouts in England finding the next big thing.
    The money they get is buttons and they do it more for the love of the game.
    Yep. My friend does it in Belgium and France and Holland and uk

  9. #29
    The likes of Lazar Markovic (seeing as the figures are based on 17/18), Alberto Moreno, Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi, Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana are back-up players who no longer have a place in the side but are on first team wages.

    On top of this, James Milner is one of the highest paid players at the club, and his contract expires this summer, so in total there is the potential to free up around £600k on the wage bill which, bar Milner, won’t affect the first team at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dicko1969 View Post
    The likes of Lazar Markovic (seeing as the figures are based on 17/18), Alberto Moreno, Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi, Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana are back-up players who no longer have a place in the side but are on first team wages.

    On top of this, James Milner is one of the highest paid players at the club, and his contract expires this summer, so in total there is the potential to free up around £600k on the wage bill which, bar Milner, won’t affect the first team at all.
    I've no source but Milner is one of our higher paid players on 150kpw. Believe only Alisson, VVD, Keita, Salah Firmino and Mane are around or above him.

    Whereas at city you have a plethora of players on more money than them.

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