Date: 2nd August 2011 at 8:48pm
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Milan Jovanovic has finally ended his time at Liverpool as he has secured his move to Anderlecht. Jovaonvic was told by Liverpool this summer that he could go ahead and look for another club as he was not wanted at Liverpool. The confirmation of him being outcast was when new signing Jordan Henderson was handed his number 14 jersey.

The Serbia international had a terrible season at Liverpool after he arrived last summer on a free transfer and now the 30-year-old leaves on another free transfer. I guess for Liverpool it will not matter too much if we did not get a transfer fee for him as he is now off our wage bill with his apparent £120,000-per-week salary.

Jovanovic only had one decent game for Liverpool and after that game we thought that we had a great signing but that was not meant to be. On his Anfield debut against Robotniki, Milan had a great game and even the Kop stood up for him when he was substituted off and gave him a standing ovation for his performance. But now that is all in the past and we wish Milan all the best at Anderlecht.

There will not be too many great memories to share of Milan’s time at Liverpool, besides his Anfield debut. Take a look at it below, courtesy of MilanKakaBaros.


17 responses to “The only time the Kop gave him a standing ovation. Now he has left Liverpool”

  1. jack says:

    120000 a week, what planet are you on?

  2. Redblood says:

    All the best Milan! You will always have been a Liverpool player. How amazing! YNWA!

  3. Michael says:

    Probably earth you knob head.

  4. jack says:

    if he was on 120000 a week i will voluntarily cut my knob off and put it on my head……though as hes not il not have to worry.

  5. Felderkirk says:

    I’m fucking chuffed. After Downing, this is by far the best thing that’s happened to us this summer.

    I personally thought he wasn’t very good in that Arsenal game and that he played purely for the crowd. I feel vindicated.

  6. Johnno says:

    Too good for loserpool.

  7. TSP says:

    Probably wasn’t given a fair crack at the whip, but we’ll never know now.

    His accumulative wage for THIS YEAR (not his contract, but this single solitary year) was 120k a week but that was due to his add-on fee. After the year period was over, it would have fallen to 60k a week – a fair wage for an experienced international who had just had a pretty good World Cup and an exceptional scoring record, albeit in one of the middle order of European leagues.

  8. Felderkirk says:

    Fucking head-the-ball. A head down merchant who successfully fooled The Kop – it made me sick watching them applauding him for basically running very quickly into the corners.

    It’s good that he’s gone.

  9. C says:

    Looking forward to hearing how get on with cutting your wee knob off jack

  10. Micky-G says:

    bye bye Jova your time is up, and a big welcome aboard to our latest signing Luis Enrique! Finally our LB position is filled.

  11. Tony says:

    That’s what we get with Serbs .shows a croatian would of been better

  12. Darren says:

    Is this really true Micky G?

  13. Darren says:

    Now let’s try and get poulsen sold! Please! Then insua! And ngog if we replace him! Rumours have reported recently that park would cost around 6 million and we want 6 million for ngog! Makes sense to do a swap but they might know what we know…. He’s rubbish 🙂 but bolton apparently still want him but only want to pay half of what we value him at! If true park would be a fantastic addition at 3 million

  14. Micky-G says:

    Well according to numerous posts all over twitter from the majority of football pundits/journalists & leading UK newspapers a deal has been agreed between Newcastle & Liverpool. Some saying 5m with add on’s and some saying the fee is 10 mil.
    Also being reported by a the Moose on Talksport on twitter that Joe Cole is a big chance of going to QPR on loan. I’d suggest the next 72hrs could be interesting.

  15. Micky-G says:

    that was Ian Abrahams (aka Moose) not ‘a’ Moose haha

  16. Micky-G says:

    Joe Cole’s move back to London is now subject to him agreeing personal terms but according to reports Liverpool have agreed to let Joe go out on loan.

  17. Darren says:

    I’d keep Joe Cole because we will be paying alot of his wages if he goes out on loan. And if he can get back to his best he is a good asset for the team! Ive suggested many of time that he should consider a drop in wage or a pay as you play deal like the Owen deal when he joined the scum until he proves himself.
    Enrique move is looking very likely… He’ll do a good job at LB