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28 May 2020 19:26:10
Edds has it now been put to bed that we won't be signing timo Werner as liverpool don't want to pay the reported asking fee?

{Ed002's Note - I don't know. I am not aware of what fee RBL would want from Liverpool for him. The discussions with another interested side hinted that they would not be looking to sell him on the cheap. Liverpool are not in a good place financially as I have explained before but can borrow and can of course sell players to raise funds. The owners would not be looking to contribute significantly.}

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28 May 2020 19:58:45
Ed002, I thought we were in a good place financially, not so long ago our house was in order and in a good position to strengthen if need be. All change due to C.V.?

With bums on seats being one of the lowest forms of income, where’s it going wrong ed002?

{Ed002's Note - I have explained all of this.}

28 May 2020 19:59:06
I have said it before that €79m is the magic sum and it will happen. Cheers.

28 May 2020 22:01:30
Eds can you explain again why or how we are not in a good place financially? I've scrolled but can't see or find where you covered this unless it was a whole back.
Really thought we would be very much in the green.

{Ed002's Note - I really don’t want to open this up again.}

29 May 2020 11:01:51
The natural. its a lot of debt mate.

29 May 2020 07:29:07
Ed 002 I remember you saying we were much better financially so this now comes as a shock to me.

{Ed002's Note - It is a problem of Living on the edga. Liverpool dealt with their debt well, but manage finances based on income and when it arrives to pay money that is due. There is a loan facility they can call on if necessary as the club. Social cleansing of the Anfield area with Liverpool buying property and leaving it empty for years and persuading the Council to use Compulsory Purchase Orders to purchase the rest. After lying to the Council about their consulation with the locals about the plans for Anfield there was a delay and the two phased approach decided. In February 2020 Liverpool took out a mortgage on all assets (the Freehold and leasehold of Anfield and about 90 properties (some of which were obtained CPO) with the charge held by Natwest. The club have made a number of serious decisions that have led to financial issues - such as putting the full €160M due for Coutinho in the accounts and then spending it. Liverpool now need to make a correction to reflect the actual amount that will be paid by Barcelona. Reliance has been placed on end of season income to pay for transfer fees that have been spread over long periods.}

29 May 2020 15:46:25
Very interesting ed thank you.







 

 

 
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