Well that is up to you of course but if the club were spending that type of money, then we would be successful left, right and centre shame that you would wish to miss it.
We probably would be, but the purity is lost. A big reason why I lost a love for the NBA. Superteams get boring.
Liverpool have spent exactly "Whatever It Takes Pounds"
They had it, they knew they had it, and they spent more than Spurs' record transfer fee on a goalkeeper, and a net spend of almost 150 million in one window because that's what was necessary to kick on.
We were in that position once. But no longer. It's a MUCH more expensive rebuild now if we're ever to sniff the PL title, which is transparently not the intention of our ownership so it's not even really worth talking about.
But even a real cup threat looks a nine figure sum that doesn't start with a 1 away on today's evidence.
Again that is just the financial reality of the Premier League in 2020. Put up or shut up, the Business Fairy isn't coming to console you.
They bought well with the money the received from the Coutinho money. They bought very well in fact. Credit to their scouting system which is apparently built around analytics, like baseball.
We had that chance with the Bale money and whiffed mightily.
They haven't been a City, Chelsea, Man U when it comes to outflow each year. They have been rather pragmatic in their approach.
We can only blame ourselves for that, which I guess is what this thread is about.