FSG will meet to discuss restructuring Liverpool ticket prices after Anfield walkout
Liverpool owners FSG are holding emergency talks regarding the possible restructuring of 2016/16 ticket prices, the Echo reports. Last week, the club announced a new pricing policy, with the most expe... [Read More]
Liverpool may review ticketing structure after unprecedented Anfield walkout
Saturday's walkout protest at Anfield may have sparked owners John W. Henry and Tom Werner into life, after "emergency talks" over a review. [Read More]
Rodgers has his say on Liverpool situation
The former Reds manager has spoken on the current situation at the club Many would’ve believed that, when Jurgen Klopp took charge at Anfield, that all of Liverpool’s problems would just g... [Read More]
Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool must decide on “a business model or a winning model”
Addressing FSG's approach to the transfer market during their time at Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers has suggested theirs isn't a "winning model." [Read More]
“This is a fight all supporters need to engage with” – Anfield Walk Out: From Where I Stood
Season ticket holder Jeff Goulding shares his feelings from Anfield on Saturday - the conversations that took place and the debate from both sides. [Read More]
Liverpool supporters’ group promises further protests over ticket prices
A Liverpool fans’ group has warned of further demonstrations in the matches against Manchester City and Chelsea following Saturday’s mass Anfield walkout [Read More]
Enough is enough, and it’s not just about Liverpool – View from the Kop of Anfield protest
The team showed no fight but thousands of those in the stands did, writes Sachin Nakrani. [Read More]
John W. Henry in 2012: “Can Liverpool as a community afford Chelsea or Arsenal prices? No.”
Addressing concerns over the financial impact of a new stadium in 2012, John W. Henry's stance jarred miserably with that of 2016. [Read More]
In Pictures: Anfield Walkout Ticket Price Protest
Liverpool supporters staged a walkout protest in the 77th minute in reaction to the club announcing ticket prices of up to £77 for next season. [Read More]
Ian Ayre responds to Liverpool ticket price criticism
The LFC chief executive has responded to Liverpool fan’s anger Announcing the new ticket prices for the 2016-17 season ahead of the game away to Leicester City this week was, in hindsight, proba... [Read More]

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