13 October ~ This morning the High Court ruled against current Liverpool owners, George Gillett and Tom Hicks, and a new board is now to be constituted to deal with the club's sale. But, according to John Williams in WSC 253, in 2008 it seemed that only the supporters could save Liverpool "from humiliation and ruin"

Sat, irritably, on the Kop at the recent home match against Sunderland, I hunched, as always, next to the man now charged with raising some £500 million for a Liverpool fans’ buyout from the current, unloved, American co-owners, Tom Hicks and George Gillett. Rogan Taylor enjoys ambitious projects. Read the full article

Comments (1)
Comment by donedmundo 2010-10-14 20:59:24

I'm not entirely clear why the Liverpool fans were so jubilant. If I remember correctly Hicks and Gillett promised exactly the same as the new prospective owners; no debt and a new ground. Maybe the fans should wait and see how the new deal works out before the celebrations start.

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