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Keane, Barry and Itandje:

Villa and Silva:

So Keane hasn't actually handed in a transfer request, it remains to be seen whether he actually will.
Rafa seems very intent on securing Barry. If he gets him I really do hope it works out otherwise he's going to kop and awful lot of sh!t.

Who knows who we'll actually end up getting.  :'(

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Alonso transfer may yet still happen
« on: July 01, 2008, 09:11:47 PM »

I wish we would up our asking price to £18-£20M so that it either puts Juve off or if it still does go ahead then at least the Barry deal would be self financing or better which I think was the original intention. Afterall, we've been in a situation where it seems the price kept going up the more serious we become about a player, on more than one occasion.   

No, he's not join one of Labour's phoney job creation schemes, he's signed a new contract until 2011.

Does Rafa really believe in him or is this with a view to selling him after hopefully another successful season on loan but this time taking the step up to the championship or division 2 as it should rightfully be called?,19528,11669_3763137,00.html

Liverpool FC, football, sport / More Torres rumours
« on: July 01, 2008, 04:33:30 PM »
What part of "no" is Roman Abramovich having trouble understanding.

I know our transfer dealings seem to be to the other extreme but I would hate it if we had an owner like him.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / More stadium talk
« on: June 28, 2008, 10:08:34 PM »
This seems to be doing the rounds on other forums and getting the usual mixed reaction. It was originally posted on 27/06/08 on one of the LFC.TV forums by some user called 'yankfield'. Further down the thread there is another rumour too.

Make of it what you will:

an update as promised,
I had a good chat today with a mate on the payroll at Laing O`Rourkes,

Firstly there are NO enabling works to be carried out as all of these were completed approx. 18 months ago for architects and design specifications to be drawn up etc.etc.
The only work possibly being done is removal of some old trees and shrubbery and the boarding up of an enclosed section by the car park to house a limited amount of plant, machinery and cabins................................. .
But this was pre-arranged for when Laings contract on the `Triangle` at L1 was completed in September,

The phrase "No silver has been exchanged" was very prominent when pressed about the steel requirements and other materials .....................

Laing O`Rourkes had an agreement to move onto the Stanley park site and the crunch financial deadline is Monday 15th Sept.

If there has been no investment secured prior to then, they have other contracts [Pinderfields and Hope Hospital are but 2] which will then take priority and further potential work at the Stanley site will be delayed indefinitely as they have machinery and a work force to prioritise,and new deadlines and penalty clauses to beat.

The cowboys have not complied with any guarantees regarding construction contracts or material purchasing and word within the firm is that they have nil confidence in the Yanks being forthcoming in the near future......

This boarding up and housing of plant etc, is just part of the original agreement with LCC, and is nothing to do with excavation work, unless they receive `bona fide` financial commitment from the `Custodians` of the club,

The general consensus is that they are using this situation as a `smokescreen` until they can,
A) Find suitable financial investment in time to meet the stadium commencement deadline and to refinance their existing loans,
If so they will give the go ahead for `phase 1` the initial excavation work for underground car park and foundations,
This strategy will enable them to offer the entire project including LFC [plus all existing loans] at a far bigger profit margin for themselves than is already `on the table`,
It remains to be seen if ANY group is willing to match this increased valuation especially in the current economic climate..............

B) If no offers, then they have no alternative but to plough on whilst continuing to borrow more and more as each phase requires, in the hope that they will not be turned down as the finance houses have loaned deeply to them from the start,
This will be no personal risk to them as ALL loans will now be placed on the club, and they will be guaranteed full backing as they could use any objections as an excuse for any delays or abandonment of the project,

C)If they cannot raise the necessary funds in the required timescale, then they may have no alternative than to seek out any prospective investors to purchase the club.......obviously it is in the `Custodians` interest to begin all aforementioned works to obtain the highest possible premium on their franchise.

The whole malarkey seems more and more iffy with every day that passes..........

@Jim. I hope you don't mind me posting this.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Au revoir Charles Itandje?
« on: June 27, 2008, 11:11:09 PM »
Fortunately for us it seems someone has more money than sense at Galatasaray:

Meanwhile, Rafa's already eyeing up his replacement:

This could prove to be a shrewd bit of business all round.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Two more young players signed.
« on: June 26, 2008, 07:30:38 PM »
17-year-old Danish striker Nikola Saric from Herflog:

17-year-old attacking midfielder Vincent Weijl from AZ Alkmaar:

Paul Anderson has chosen to go on loan to Nottm Forest ahead of Swansea City, where he spent last season on loan.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Krisztian Nemeth going out on loan?
« on: June 24, 2008, 04:53:40 PM »
According to the Yorkshire Evening Post it's a possibility:

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Gillett on the radio tonight.
« on: June 19, 2008, 12:31:09 PM »
He is apparently doing another interview on PrimeTime Sports with Bob McCown.

It's scheduled for 6pm - 7pm (11pm - 12AM BST)

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