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Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson Claims New Everton Stadium 'Closer Than It's Ever Been'

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 31 / 16

Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson has claimed a new stadium for Everton is "closer than it's ever been" -- and even "dropped a hint over its potential location," according to Kristian Walsh of the LIVERPOOL ECHO. Everton is "exploring the possibility of building a new stadium on a docklands-based site" o...

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