Liverpool's current owners Fenway Sports Group have dismissed speculation linking the club with an £800m takeover bid by China Everbright.
Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have turned down the advances of a number of potential buyers for Liverpool in the recent past -- the latest being a billionaire Chinese art collector -- reiterating their intention to continue their Anfield project.
When the Fenway Sports Group (FSG) took over Liverpool in 2010, they came with a desire to implement the famous 'Moneyball' tactics which had taken the whole of baseball by storm in the previous decade. Six years on and with little discernible positive impact, perhaps it is time for the Reds' owners to rethink their philosophy.
The Liverpool FC owners have shown great character to cancel the plans of hiking ticket prices, in an apology to the angry fans, and now it seems that the supporters are planning to thank the FSG for paying heed to their demands.
Writing in his column for the Daily Mail on Thursday, Liverpool FC legend Jamie Carragher has expressed his pride for the club after owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) apologised for the idea of £77 tickets and froze prices for the next two seasons.
Liverpool FC's prominent supporter's club have called for fans to exit the stadium in the 77th minute against Sunderland at the weekend in a first every walk out protest planned in the history of the club as anger boils over the new ticket prices.
Liverpool FC finished a disappointing sixth in the league table and first two casualties of the end of season review by club owners FSG have been assistant manager and the first team coach. Pascoe had worked alongside the Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers since their Swansea City days and is the most high profile sacking following the review by Liverpool FC owners FSG. Mike Marsh was one of the few Liverpudlians on the coaching staff at Liverpool FC. Marsh was an academy coach at the club since 2009. He became the first team coach following Rodgers’ appointment as manager in 2012. Brendan Rodgers did keep his job after a meeting with Tom Werner, the club chairman, and Mike Gordon, the president of FSG, but the duo insisted on making change at the coaching level. Marsh’s contract at Anfield was due to expire this month and he has been released while Pascoe had 12 months to run to his current deal but has been released by ‘mutual consent’. […]
In Part 1, we spoke about why expanding Anfield is the right thing to do from a fan's perspective. Now in Part 2, we treat this possibility more practically.
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