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Volume 6 No. 217
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Liverpool Plan To Improve Hospitality Market Runs Afoul Of Relocated Fans

Some Liverpool fans are upset after the club has changed some season tickets "so it can develop the corporate hospitality market, according to Mark Johnson of the LIVERPOOL ECHO. Susan Roberts, whose two Anfield Main Stand seats have been in her family for 108 years, said long-standing fans have been treated in a “shoddy manner.” by the club, which "wanted to make changes to the stand in order to better link lounges and seating facilities in readiness for next season." Johnson wrote the area to be changed includes "the first five rows of the Main Stand." The move involves 55 season ticket holders, and they "were given the chance to select different seats elsewhere in Anfield" (LIVERPOOL ECHO, 6/13).