Forbes announce football rich list: £1.07 billion Liverpool more valuable than Juventus & PSG
Forbes has published its annual football rich list, and Sky Sports have deconstructed it for us to pull out the essential information. Liverpool are the eighth most valuable club in the world, but are... [Read More]
Liverpool linked with £700m takeover by UAE president, but report seems totally bogus
If Tony Barrett, Paul Joyce and Andy Hunter backed up these claims by the Daily Star‘s David Woods, we’d listen, but they haven’t – which means we’ll take this story with... [Read More]
Latest rumour doing the the rounds is that a certain Sheikh Khalifi  of the oil-rich United Arab Emeretis is ready to launch a take-over bid for Liverpool football club from FSG.According to The ... [Read More]
Liverpool’s value soars to $1bn, now in world’s ‘Super Six’ claim Forbes
Liverpool are one of the six biggest clubs in the world according to US magazine Forbes, who’ve named their annual ‘Super Six’ based onĀ five crucial areas: value, social media follow... [Read More]
The importance of the Europa League and why Liverpool must win it
Into the final eight in European competition the Europa League a lifeline Liverpool have to grasp with both hands [Read More]
5 sporting directors for Liverpool to consider as Ian Ayre’s replacement
Ian Ayre's departure from Liverpool will bring a structural change at the club, which should see a sporting director arrive to oversee progress. [Read More]
FSG admit trying to convince Ian Ayre to stay
Liverpool’s owners have been staunch backers and admirers of Ian Ayre since they purchased the club, promoting him to CEO and consistently singing his praises in the media. Now upon Ayre’s... [Read More]
Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre to Step Down in 2017, Club Asked Him to Reconsider
After serving Liverpool football club in a number of different capacities for the better part of ten years, current CEO Ian Ayre has announced that he’ll be leaving his post when his contract ex... [Read More]
Ian Ayre to step down as Liverpool CEO in May 2017
Ayre will step down in May 2017 The news that Ian Ayre is to step down as CEO of Liverpool FC in May 2017 (when his current contract expires) has been announced by the club in the last hour, in news t... [Read More]
FSG asked Ian Ayre not to step down as Liverpool CEO
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre is to leave his position at the end of next season. [Read More]

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