The Echo ask if they could they be persuaded if a new ground for the Blues would help kickstart development of the area.
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1 Posted 20/05/2016 at 13:34:55
John Whittaker, born in Bury, worth ٠.5 billion, aged 74. Everything OK....
Then the worse scenario: He's an avid kopite We won't be moving to the Docklands!!!!
2 Posted 20/05/2016 at 14:55:17
3 Posted 20/05/2016 at 16:03:54
4 Posted 20/05/2016 at 17:33:24
The KD was a massive missed opportunity that still depresses many - including me. Don't miss out on this one.
We have large funds coming in from the PL and a new owner - and the dockside location is a cash cow if executed correctly.
I'd be quite happy with a multi-purpose stadium - athletics and boxing, MMA and music if they like - as long as it was recognised primarily (99%) as the Home of the Blues. Even dressage events would be fine with me as long as any horse shit could be dumped in the Anfield area (as an improvement project though we'd have to highlight to our loveable neighbours that it's not for consumption).
Project Jennifer is a pain in the butt currently - but already shows that infrastructure is being improved north of the city centre. A dockside location allows for road, rail and boat access - park and ride could be easily facilitated.
I'd prefer a redeveloped GP to Crocky (the thought of which just depresses me as it sidelines the Club even further from the heart of the city).
Let's hope EFC think big.
Nil Satis and all that.
5 Posted 20/05/2016 at 22:28:35
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