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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Madrid View Post
    How old is he? Is he any good? If he's half good as his father was, we're on for very exciting times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Madrid View Post
    Very good signing. Is Giroud leaving? He'll be benched.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bache Tehroon View Post
    Very good signing. Is Giroud leaving? He'll be benched.
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    Call Nilou , she'll tell you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Madrid View Post
    Waste of money.
    Wenger thinks its 1998 again - he'll be no better than Giroud, if not worse.
    "He can't kick with his left foot, he can't head a ball, he can't tackle, and doesn't score many goals. Apart from that he's alright." Best on Beckham

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    1. ROMELU LUKAKU (85 MILLION EUROS)

    After four seasons at Everton, one of those on loan from Chelsea, the Belgian forward made his move. He notched 68 goals in 141 top flight games and eventually moved to Jose Mourinho's Manchester United - the same coach who let him go from Stamford Bridge.

    2. KYLE WALKER (55 M)

    He was a priority for Man City coach Pep Guardiola who paid a record fee for a defender to sign him from Tottenham.

    3. ALEXANDRE LACAZETTE (53 M)

    Scorer of 100 goals in Ligue 1, Lacazette has moved to Arsenal from Lyon. He will compete for a spot against his compatriot Olivier Giroud, unless the latter leaves the club this summer.

    4. BERNARDO SILVA (50 M)

    After three seasons at Monaco he became one of the most exciting playmakers in Europe. At 22 he accepted the challenge to leave Ligue 1 and join Man City.

    5. LEONARDO BONUCCI (42 M)

    A week ago nobody thought he would be leaving Juventus. Six titles in seven seasons and a key member of the defence. However his problems with coach Allegri ended up seeing him leave, chosing AC Milan to continue his career.

    6. MOHAMED SALAH (42 M)

    Liverpool brought in the Chelsea reject from Roma, where he moved when Mourinho kicked him out, via Fiorentina. Salha has 29 goals in 65 games in the last two seasons.

    7. CORENTIN TOLISSO (41.5 M)

    Xabi Alonso retiring has seen Carlo Ancelotti move to replace him with this Lyon youngster. The 22-year old has played four top flight seasons in France already.

    8. EDERSON (40 M)

    Another obsession of Pep Guardiola is his goalkeeper. Arriving at City he kicked out Joe Hart and replaced him with Claudio Bravo. However he did not do well and now he has moved to sign Benfica's Ederson.

    9. ANDRÉ SILVA (38 M)

    The 21-year-old was key for Porto last season but AC Milan have brought him in as they try to get back to their previous glories.

    10. VITOLO (36 M)

    The only Spaniard and La Liga move in the list, although not for long with Aubameyang, Mendy and Bakayoko soon to go through to the Premier League. A controversial move saw Atletico sign him from Sevilla, while he will play the next six months at Las Palmas until the Rojiblancos transfer ban expire

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    ^^ Tells you the extent of money laundering in football. None of these guys ever made a penny from football.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bache Tehroon View Post
    ^^ Tells you the extent of money laundering in football. None of these guys ever made a penny from football.
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    .Agree with money laundering but who really does make money from football these days ? show me one club with no debt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Madrid View Post
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    .Agree with money laundering but who really does make money from football these days ? show me one club with no debt
    Not the point.

    Many clubs are vested by the community, municipality or the state they represent. Many are subsidized by fans and taxpayers. Many clubs represent companies.

    The money laundering clubs owned by tycoons are a different breed. They are actively injected with humongous sums without quantifiable monetary return for the investor. They don't represent anything. They're simply money circulating machines.

    The debt crisis is a result of low interest rates and clubs trying to spend more than they earn (an inevitable byproduct of Quantitative Easing after the 2008 financial crisis). It will destroy many clubs once interest rates reach normal levels (5-10%).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bache Tehroon View Post
    Not the point.

    Many clubs are vested by the community, municipality or the state they represent. Many are subsidized by fans and taxpayers. Many clubs represent companies.

    The money laundering clubs owned by tycoons are a different breed. They are actively injected with humongous sums without quantifiable monetary return for the investor. They don't represent anything. They're simply money circulating machines.

    The debt crisis is a result of low interest rates and clubs trying to spend more than they earn (an inevitable byproduct of Quantitative Easing after the 2008 financial crisis). It will destroy many clubs once interest rates reach normal levels (5-10%).
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    I was referring to the Top 5 leagues .

 

 

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