Fenway Sports Group

From brink of administration to £1.7 billion valuation – FSG’s arrival ushers in new era
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Liverpool now potentially worth £2 billion – over six times what they were bought for
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It feels like a new dawn after the storm, say Liverpool supporters
After the Champions League comeback, fans salute lessons learned by owners FSG Asked for his immediate thoughts on Liverpool’s astonishing Champions League semi-final victory over Barcelona at an ecst... [Read More]
Liverpool owners FSG insist club not for sale but they are open to investment
• Cousin of Manchester City owner thought to have made offer• Fenway Sports Group ‘clear and consistent: club is not for sale’Liverpool’s owners Fenway Sports Group are still open to new outside inves... [Read More]
FSG In or FSG Out? – Debating 7 years under the Liverpool FC owners
As Fenway Sports Group mark the seventh anniversary of taking over Liverpool, the occasion provides an opportunity to discuss their […] [Read More]
Gerrard Believes Coutinho is Panicked, FSG Will Decide Brazilian’s Fate
It’s been virtual radio silence from Liverpool since they rejected a transfer request from star attacker Philippe Coutinho, but there’s been no lack of talk about the situation as both sup... [Read More]
Salah Capture Shows Liverpool Aren’t Fooling Around in the Transfer Market
He may have arrived in a round-about way, but Mohamed Salah is finally a Liverpool player. After coming within an inch of making the move to Merseyside in 2014, the 25-year has endured less than fruit... [Read More]
FSG Back Klopp in Van Dijk Deal, Dutchman Chooses Anfield Over Rivals
With a fee that could potentially rise to a completely unheard of £60mil, Liverpool look set to win the race for the signature of highly coveted Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk with a rash of rep... [Read More]
FSG desperate for an American LFC player & will move walls to make it happen in January
Reports have suggested that Fenway Sports Group are extremely keen on signing Borussia Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic. The American owners see the United States international as an ideal young sta... [Read More]
Liverpool CEO compares the Reds to a Faberge Egg
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has compared being in charge of the Reds to keeping a Faberge Egg safe. The Reds director, who will be leaving the club at the end of the season, used the simile to ... [Read More]

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