Nick sends his letter to the Liverpool FC owners.
George Gillett admits that Tom Hicks and him are back on speaking terms.
Liverpool FC’s holding company releases its accounts and the figures prove once again that the new LFC owners are sucking the club dry.
Pictures and details emerge of the official Liverpool FC home shirt and kits for 2008/10. I’m sure I’ve seen them somewhere before…
Despite the turmoil at Anfield over the last few months, Rafa Benitez today attempted to rise above it all, stating only that his recent Melwood meetings with Tom Hicks had been ‘positive’.
George Gillett responds to Tom Hicks media garbage from yesterday
Parry responds to the ‘offensive’ letter, Gillett gives him his backing and Benitez cancels his press conference. Another happy day at Disneyland.
Tom Hicks has been at it again, taking the glory away from our fantastic European performances with more idiotic behaviour.
As Hicks flew out, Gillett flew in to witness the reds European glory night.
Liverpool FC – the circus comes to town.
Rick Parry has got a voice and urges the reds owners to get it sorted.
Liverpool find themselves on the right side of a 3-0 victory to bring some silverware home from the US.
Oby’s opinion on the Newcastle trouncing.
Tom Hicks ends talks with Dubai Investment Capital.
Gillett set to sell his stake, and to walk away with around £200,000 profit for every day he has been LFC Chairman.
Tom Hicks plans to take sole control of Liverpool, as DIC confirm their £400 million offer.
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George Gillette looks set to sell his stake in the club.
Oby shares his views on the current crisis engulfing the reds.
Reds Chairman talks about the reds.
The deal between Kop Football Ltd and Wachovia/RBS is sealed on a dark day for Liverpool.
The co-owners release details of the final plans for the new Anfield stadium.
Tom Hicks denies he is about to sell Liverpool Football Club.
It is being reported today that DIC have made a bid for the entire shareholding in Liverpool Football Club this morning.
Tom Hicks and George Gillett confirm the back-stabbing of Benitez.
US Owners trying to lay debt with the club as DIC may offer them a way out.
Liverpool’s poor representation towards the fans continues.
In another sign of the return to normal operations at Anfield, George Gillett will fly over ahead of schedule to offer some moral support for the important game away at Marseille this week.
Another poor article in today’s Daily Mirror.
An editorial on the bust-up at Anfield.
The current spat between Benitez and the Liverpool chairman continued a day after Benitez appeared to offer his services for the England job.
Finally, after months of hard work behind the scenes, Liverpool City Council have accepted the club’s proposals for the new design of a new Anfield stadium.
After a difficult week for Rafa, he has responded to the positive comments from co-chairman Tom Hicks and also backed Xabi Alonso to help the reds back to winning ways.
Liverpool’s new stadium is heading to the half billion pound mark before the first brick has even been laid.
Rafa, Stevie G, Jamie Carragher, Xabi and Rick Parry have all give their verdicts on the proposed new Liverpool FC stadium.
A week of huge spending? £20 million subtract £20 million definitely works out at zero. Anybody else worried that this could be our lowest summer of spending on new players in years?
As far as transitions in power at one of the World’s biggest football clubs goes, the hand over from David Moores to George Gillett and Tom Hicks, has gone down as one of the best.
In dramatic developments today, work on the new Anfield stadium has been temporarily halted after Liverpool’s new owners, days in to taking control of the new club, are looking at plans to build the Premiership’s biggest football stadium.
Liverpool Chairman David Moores has almost certainly presided over his last game as Liverpool FC chairman, and what a way to end his 16 years at the Liverpool helm.
The big question is: Who exactly is in charge of Liverpool Football Club this week?
Steven Gerrard was thoroughly impressed when he met George Gillett and Tom Hicks prior to the pair’s takeover of Liverpool last week.
Moving swiftly on from the announcement just over 48 hours ago, Liverpool have begun to send out information to club shareholders to accept the cash offer of £5,000 per share offered by George Gillett Jnr and Tom Hicks.
After years of speculation and discussions former Chairman David Moores finally made good on his promise to secure a future for Liverpool Football Club both on and off the field.
George Gillet Jnr, and Tom Hicks, the multi-millionaire and billionaires at the centre of the Liverpool investment double act left Anfield today after all but sealing their shock smash and grab of Liverpool FC.
Liverpool’s proposed takeover by Dubai Investment Capital has collapsed after a board meeting at Liverpool failed to ratify the groups offer.