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Old 22-06-2006, 16:26   #1
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Official Liverpool 06 - 07 Thread - Will Liverpool sign anyone bar ex-cons??

As per Alans post - A new Liverpool thread

Continuing from the other thread from anyone whose missed it:

Bellamy signs for Liverpool

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Old 22-06-2006, 16:30   #2
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Absolutley gutted that we've signed Bellamy.
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Old 23-06-2006, 09:23   #3
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Absolutley gutted that we've signed Bellamy.
Dito.

Really looking forward to Speedy putting on the Red Shirt. He loves it, can't wait for him to get on the pitch and start dribbling Mcmanaman stylie!!!
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I hope you're going to continue this stance all the time he is banging the goals in ... and don't suddenly change your tune to "what a great player he is", etc

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Really looking forward to Speedy putting on the Red Shirt. He loves it, can't wait for him to get on the pitch and start dribbling Mcmanaman stylie!!!
And, yet, you then go on to praise the little **** knowingly/deliberately denied the club, he allegedly loved so much, £12/13M of transfer funds.
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I hope you're going to continue this stance all the time he is banging the goals in ... and don't suddenly change your tune to "what a great player he is", etc .
No chance, will always dispise him. Hope Fowler shows him up.

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And, yet, you then go on to praise the little **** knowingly/deliberately denied the club, he allegedly loved so much, £12/13M of transfer funds.

Mcmanaman had done a great service to our club and didn't owe LFC anything. I was happy to see him go and have some fun at Real Madrid, I was very proud to see him score in the CL final and win a medal. I can't believe you would slate a true LIV player who is a legend at the club.
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I can't believe you would slate a true LIV player who is a legend at the club.
As I said, a "legend" who denied his club any proper chance of replacing him with someone of similar quality.
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Old 23-06-2006, 13:43   #7
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No chance, will always dispise him. Hope Fowler shows him up.

We all remember your perverse love of Kenny Miller, but I also remember you wanting Mutu...

How can you villify Bellamy, yet want a confirmed druggie at the club?
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I hope you're going to continue this stance all the time he is banging the goals in ... and don't suddenly change your tune to "what a great player he is", etc



And, yet, you then go on to praise the little **** knowingly/deliberately denied the club, he allegedly loved so much, £12/13M of transfer funds.
you seem to forget we tried to flog mcmanaman to barca behind his back,it backfired when he they signed rivaldo instead,that's why macca sat and waited for his free get your history right adam

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Old 22-06-2006, 16:34   #9
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On his day he is a good player it is just like a few other players these days you get a bit of baggage with him.

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Yet another play who sign for a club he is a 'fan' off
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assume blackburn definitely don't want pongolle then as he'd have been a makeweight in the deal.
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assume blackburn definitely don't want pongolle then as he'd have been a makeweight in the deal.
I believe we couldnt do that because the contract clause states 6m cash, so if we had bid 3m + pongolle it wouldnt have triggered the clause
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does anyone know how pongolle & bellamy linked up at rovers.? between the two of them there's a lot of defences waiting to be skinned
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anyway there'll be another striker arriving,it could be him
So they'd have Crouch, Fowler, Bellamy and Bent? I'm assuming Cisse's going/gone. Isn't that overkill? I bet Gerrard still gets most of the goals still!

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Why's that then?
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July 1st apparently, when players can officiall move clubs, is the deadline for Gonzalez.
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Gonzalez is eligible for a Spanish passport when he has been resident for 2 years and that's this summer.
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Gonzalez is eligible for a Spanish passport when he has been resident for 2 years and that's this summer.
That process takes up to 6 months - so that could roll on till the end of the year. This work permit is the bridge between now and then.
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Wasnt he signed as a right winger? But when i have seen him play since we signed him he always seems to play left wing and looks very left footed!
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Gonzalez has always been a left winger, but he can play on the right also.
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Yeah in the same way that Garcia and Kewell are! We need to sign someone who is a natural right winger! But rumour has it that the Alves deal is almost done, £10 mil But isnt he like finnan and Kromkamp, a right back who can maybe play right midfield?
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