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The Mailbox dispels the myth that Liverpool have no money…

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Get your views on any subject – it really doesn’t have to be Liverpool or Man Utd-related – to… Liverpool’s money While I’m aware the chant of “Got no money, we’re going to win the league!” is very tongue in cheek and carries the implied frame of reference of the finances of the richest elite in the league, it’s a bit of a cringey chant considering the financial situation at Liverpool FC.

We have mails on the double standards surrounding Liverpool, their reliance on one player, and Ole’s use of Jadon Sancho.

I don’t mean to pick on Liverpool unfairly, football is awash with dirty money and Liverpool are far from the worst but the idea that the club is somehow more ethical by spending less while performing at top level is ridiculous.I’m sorry to take a dump on a much needed happiness parade for my fellow Liverpool fans but the club is rich, insanely rich, with lots of dirty cash, just like the other big clubs.

According to Forbes, Liverpool are the fifth most valuable football club in the world as of 2021.

Liverpool FC has no money, yet they play in the Premier League, have world wide sponsors and a regular full house of fans.

Accounts show that the wage bill was some £325 million in 2020, second only to famous spendthrifts Man City.

Thursday’s PM Mailbox: Reds have got no money… we’re going to win the league Double standards Football supporters and jouros are confusing the hell out of me.
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