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I thought I'd use this relative lull in the stadium debate to ask why not many people see moving to Anfield as a realistic and attractive alternative to Kirkby?

A ready made 45,000+ capacity stadium, plenty of executive boxes to keep Wyness happy and a famous name to boot.

This should at the very least be Plan C.
Jon Gorman, Liverpool     Posted 23/06/2008 at 12:01:08

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Steve Collins
1   Posted 23/06/2008 at 14:27:42

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Liverpool will tear Anfield down and develop apartments or something. They won?t just leave it sitting there. When they move out it?s goodbye Anfield. They are probably hoping to use the sale of it to fund there new stadium (if they ever build it).
Dan McKie
2   Posted 23/06/2008 at 14:30:04

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Wash your mouth out!!
Erik Dols
3   Posted 23/06/2008 at 14:35:49

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It will be just like a whole new signing! Errr... new stadium!
Seamus Murphy
4   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:12:51

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So what is’nt good enough for Liverpool would be good enough for us?
That would show real ambition wouldnt it.
Mark Stone
5   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:19:13

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I’ve said this before. Maybe a short term measure ...
Patty Beesley
6   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:19:21

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Give over - this subject has been run and discussed into the ground.
Alan Rodgers
7   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:39:00

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There are plans to turn it into Anfield Plaza or some kind of tourist attraction for visiting R/S. It is all tied up with the regeneration of the Anfield district.
Adam Cunliffe
8   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:47:34

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We should use Anfield as we do up Goodison.Goodison is 10 times better than Anfield but it would be ok if we used it for a season or two while GP gets it?s facelift.

The Kop would have to become two tierd mind you.
Steve Collins
9   Posted 23/06/2008 at 15:54:12

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I?ll ay it again.

We will not be able to use Anfield under any circumstances whether it be short term or long term.

By the time BK and KW sort out the mess we are in and any decision will be made, Anfield will have been leveled.

Liverpool's owners are now sorting out their differences. For the better of the club they say. So their stadium will be back on track and well built before we have anything sorted.

Plus its a terrible idea. Everything around the stadium is red and would have to be changed or painted and that silly "This is Anfield" plaque removed and thrown out for a start.
Colin McPhail
10   Posted 23/06/2008 at 17:44:47

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Lets just redevelop Goodison - step by step over 3-4 years...

But in fantasy world - me. I would rather be in a shared stadium or play at Anfield if need be, than move to Kirkby....

Kenwright and Wyness out... before they do permanent damage to EFC.
Paul Gladwell
11   Posted 23/06/2008 at 18:03:59

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No chance anyway, the way things are going the shite wont be moving anywhere, I think this shared stadium lark may raise its head again.
Roy Coyne
12   Posted 23/06/2008 at 19:00:02

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This is too sensible to be considered although after reading about the debts across the park I can see them still there in ten years with the yanks at Anfield and Kenwright and Wyness at Everton. The rest of the country must be having a laugh at Merseyside at the moment.
Karl Masters
13   Posted 23/06/2008 at 19:11:23

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Shared stadium. Envy of the UK. BRING IT ON!
Paul Niklas
14   Posted 23/06/2008 at 21:15:40

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Shared stadium?... great!

what shall we say 60,000 capacity.

Liverpool fill it every home game and we just manage to get 45,000 if we are lucky.

10 to 15,000 empty seats is a great sight to see.

Bring it on.... NOT!!!!

Dick Fearon
15   Posted 23/06/2008 at 23:48:11

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Jon G, whats all this talk about a lull in the stadium debate. Surely that massive cavalcade in Kirkby would provide more than enough grist to keep the mill grinding for a few days at least.

Adam Cunliffe
16   Posted 24/06/2008 at 07:51:19

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Steve the stupid sign should be burned not thrown away!
Andy Callan
17   Posted 24/06/2008 at 09:14:45

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Ha ha ha ha ha ha - one word for you mate; KOPITE.


Richard Harris
18   Posted 24/06/2008 at 14:57:38

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Why stop at a shared stadium ? How about merging the clubs ? After all we’re always being told that we’re only a few players away from having a team that could regularly challenge for a Champions League place. That Spanish lad, Torres would fit in well and Stevie G could boost our midfield when Phil Neville is playing at right back.........

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