I could only find the transfers in US dollars and working out the pounds for those years would be totally manic.brianofnazarethffs wrote: ↑1 year agoHe's managed to take a shitter team (on paper-when he took over) and make them into European champions and no doubt league winners this year. Whilst our team has turned to shite. All with very little spent compared to City/Us. Playing attractive football. Total fuck up by us.RedDevilinAZ wrote: ↑1 year agoI have to wonder; if we had gotten Klopp would he have gotten the same support from our board as he has gotten from LFC, or would he have gotten the same treatment as Mourinho?brianofnazarethffs wrote: ↑1 year agoHas he had the decency to walk yet...
I agree with the stripping of deadwood and building a new team...but I'm doubtful Ole is the man to do it. Needs a top coach to oversee the rebuild... just need one who plays attacking modern football... Klopp was our biggest mistake.
2016/17: Sade Mane - $46.97m, Winjnaldum - $31.35m, Loris Karius - $7.07m, Ragnar Klavan - $5.07m, Joel Matip - Free, Alexander Manninger - Free
2017/18: Virgil van Dijk - $96.5m, Mohamed Salah - $47.88m, Oxlade Chamberlain - $43.32m, Andrew Robertson - $10.26m, Tony Gallacher - $260k, Dominic Solanke- Free
2018/19: Alisson- $71.25m, Naby Keita - $68.4m, Fabinho - $51.30m, Xherdan Shaqiri $16.76
\2019/20: Sepp van der Berg - $2.17m, Adrian - free
That’s close to $500m and while that’s not near the money we have spent since Sir Alex left it is still a fair amount of beer money. The interesting thing is that it appears that the board committed to a plan and stuck with it, good things happen when you have a plan, work the plan and are willing to stick with it.
Of course we would have to have a plan to begin with.