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    #1

    to make the bid

    I could have signed him earlier. I was ready to make the bid when he was at Celtic but Dermot Desmond, Celtic’s majority shareholder, rang me and said, ‘You’ve let me down, Alex, you’ve got tons of players, we need him.’


    Hi,

    what does the underlined part mean?

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: to make the bid

    not a teacher

    to make the bid = to make an offer of money to buy the player from Celtic.
    Definition #1: bid - definition.

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    #3

    Re: to make the bid

    Your answers are the best.
    I would have not admited it, but I can't help.
    special thanks and thousand stars to you :)
    thank you again

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