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SBD Global/September 11, 2013/Facilities
Liverpool Owner John Henry Says Finances In Place For $236M Anfield Renovation
Published September 11, 2013
NO TIMEFRAME SET: In London, Andy Hunter reported Liverpool Chair Tom Werner "held further talks with council officials during a visit to Merseyside last week and the club hope a breakthrough is close in the long-running, controversial stadium saga." FSG's predecessors, Hicks and Gillett, "prolonged the delay during their near-ruinous tenure by scrapping stadium designs and then failing to secure funding for their preferred project." Henry "could not place a timeframe on a planning application for Anfield" (GUARDIAN, 9/10).