May 2010 Archives
Martin Broughton, the Liverpool chairman, is reported to have said that it might be better for Fernando Torres to leave because it could take up to three years to sort the club out
LIVERPOOL are determined to fend off a fourth attempt by Jose Mourinho to sign skipper Steven Gerrard.
LIVERPOOL co-owner Tom Hicks insists there is a large number of "interested buyers" in the club - despite the sky-high asking price of ÃÂ£600million to ÃÂ£800million.
LIVERPOOL have started work on a major refurbishment of the Anfield executive boxes - but club officials insist they still remain firmly committed to moving to a new stadium in Stanley Park.
MIDFIELDER Alberto Aquilani insists he wants to stay at Liverpool as he feels he owes them more after an injury-plagued first season.
"TRUST me," said Tom this week, with all the sincerity of a used car salesman, before adding: "They should trust people's intent."
HE'S Mr Inscrutable. Anfield's own Alf Ramsey.
IT is Phil Neal's wedding anniversary tomorrow.
LIVERPOOL goalkeeper Pepe Reina has welcomed David Moores' plea to co-owners George Gillett and Tom Hicks to bring their disastrous Anfield tenure to a swift conclusion.
TOM HICKS has claimed Liverpool Football Club is in better shape than when he took over from David Moores.
JOHN ALDRIDGE believes the demise of Liverpool Football Club will have left David Moores 'heartbroken'.
FORGIVE but never forget. Sometimes it's much easier said than done.
A SPECIAL vow of friendship was extended from Liverpool FC to Juventus on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Heysel disaster.
A Heartfelt Letter from David Moores
Last night I received a message from a fellow Liverpool Supporter who asked me if anyone from Anfield had been in touch. After saying I heard not heard anything, he then said that Talksport had announced that they had an exclusive and it would be aired around 8.45 p.m.
As you can imagine, along with many supporters I am sure, my mind began to imagine a couple of things, had Martin Broughton found a buyer or had Rafa Benitez finally realised that his time at Anfield was up? As it turned out, it was neither of these but they were interviewing a journalist from The Times called Tony Evans who had in his possession a letter written by ex-Liverpool Chairman, David Moores. It was to be published in the full the following morning.
He gave a brief account of the letter and it certainly gave the impression that, here was a man who deeply regretted selling his beloved club to Tom Hicks and George Gillett.