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Liverpool's $420M Anfield Project Moves Forward, Council Approves Housing Purchase
Published October 18, 2013
MALPRACTICE CLAIMS: In Liverpool, Alan Weston reported chauffeur Dave Sloan is "seeking recompense for losing his job by bringing a case of constructive dismissal against his former employers." The ex-policeman claims that he "was victimised after he blew the whistle over alleged malpractice at the club involving a senior official." Liverpool "is contesting the claim." His allegations centered "mainly on ticket touting, in which complementary tickets originally intended for circulation within the club were sold on at a profit" (LIVERPOOL ECHO, 10/16).