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Post by DeviAngel Tue Mar 13, 2012 6:51 pm

with so many free transfers this summer it might b good move and buying youngsters is good I think

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Post by iftikhar Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:01 pm

Bellamy & Kuyt will be even older next season and will probably be their last season. So even if Carroll hits the stride (finally) we will need a ST. Don't think any of our youth team players is ready to fill-in.

Wing is another position we will need to strengthen. Maxi will leave after this season and once again no youth team player is ready.

Then there is LB. After Aurelio leaves only a very young Robinson is available for cover.

We will probably see 3-4 new players coming in with Maxi, Aurelio, Cole & Aqualini going out.
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Post by Spooony Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:48 pm

Taken from The untouchables Football Money League PDF
Just google UK_SBG_DFML2011.pdf for the full document

Liverpool slip one place to eighth position with revenues
of £184.5m (€225.3m) in 2009/10. As is the case on the
pitch, they are likely to face strong competition from
Manchester City, who are the highest climbers up this
year’s Money League under their Middle Eastern
owners, and Tottenham Hotspur who have qualified for
the UEFA Champions League for the first time, for a top
four position among English clubs in the Money League
next year. The strategy of the Merseyside club’s new
North American owners, New England Sports Ventures
(NESV), will be central to re-establishing and sustaining
the club’s on and off pitch success.
Matchday revenue of £42.9m (€52.4m) in 2009/10 was
slightly up (by £0.4m) on the previous year despite a 2%
drop in average home league attendance to 42,863
following a less successful Premier League campaign.
27 home games were played in both seasons, with
matchday revenue per match of £1.6m consistent with
the previous season (although this followed a 23% rise
from £1.3m between 2007/08 and 2008/09).
Broadcasting revenue increased by £4.9m (7%) to
£79.5m (€97.2m) from £74.6m (€87.6m) in 2008/09,
driven by an uplift in UEFA distributions, as a seventh
place finish in the Premier League provided £48.0m
(€58.6m), £2.3m lower than in 2008/09 when the club
finished second. Although Liverpool exited the
Champions League at the Group stage, they received
€5.7m (£4.7m) more in central distributions than in the
previous season, when they reached the quarter-final,
and a further €3m (£2.5m) as a result of parachuting
into the Europa League and reaching the semi-final.
However, not qualifying for the Champions League in
2010/11 means the club will receive significantly lower
distributions from UEFA.
The increase in broadcast revenue was offset by a £5.6m
decrease in commercial revenues, from £67.7m (€79.5m)
to £62.0m (€75.9m). This reduction is attributed to
reduced royalties and merchandising income. However
Liverpool’s 2010/11 commercial revenues will be boosted
by the new four year deal with Standard Chartered Bank,
providing a reported £20m per season – £12.5m more
per annum than under the previous agreement with Carlsberg. Whilst adidas will continue as the club’s kit
provider until the end of the 2011/12 season, NESV will
be hoping to bring their experience from baseball to
help Liverpool generate further commercial revenues
from global sources.
Since they acquired the club in October 2010, the new
owners have spent time ‘taking stock’ and have yet to
appoint a new CEO, although they were active in the
January 2011 transfer window. Plans for a new stadium
are also being considered, which, if the business case for
construction is proven, will be the most sustainable way
for Liverpool to achieve further significant revenue
increases in the coming years. In the meantime, an
improvement in on-pitch performance is essential
for the club to remain securely in the top half of the
Money League.
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