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It is a dog eat dog world. Liverpool lost Kuyt and Maxi because of their last year of contract and accepted the paltry sum thrown by the buying clubs. Now it is Liverpool's turn to get a player really dirt cheap, may be as low as £2 million even. If Liverpool buys this player, who has already decided he wants to come here, for mor than £3 million, Ian Ayre should be sacked by the owners. Why is it that Liverpool are always the losing party on a bargaining table. This has been the case since Rick Parry and Commolli were doing the transfers. Next Ian can come out in the open like some clubs do, voice out Agger and Skertl are not leaving Liverpool for anything less than £30 million and £25 million respectively, as simple as that. Also the idiots who are advising on player's contract matters, why are players future sale prices not included in any of he Liverpool player's contract. Even little Swansea have this clauses inserted, but again Liverpool have shown themselves to be poor in this area. Whose fault is it? The owners must look into how contracts are drawn up at Liverpool in the future.


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