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Tom Hicks is at it again. The scumbag is refusing to allow new investment in Liverpool FC because he won’t make any money out of it.
Thats right. The man who borrowed money to buy the club and then put that debt on Liverpool’s balance sheet is blocking vital investment in the club so he can make a few million for himself.
It seems that Liverpool MD Christian Purslow has agreed a deal with the Rhone group.
They want to invest £100 million for a 40% stake in the club and they are also pledging investment funds for the new stadium plus cash for new players in the summer.
However Texan millionaire Hicks is refusing to agree to the deal, the parasite.
How did this fraudster ever get to own our club?
David Moores, you made a huge mistake which is damaging the club with every passing week, how do you sleep at night?
In any case, RBS which owns the debt is demanding that £100 million be repaid by June, so Hicks and Gillette may have little choice but to agree to relinquish their cancerous control of the club.
It seems that Gillette is willing to go along with the deal.
Lets hope it happens sooner rather than later.
Meanwhile, on the pitch, Liverpool had a great win against Sunderland at Anfield this afternoon.

Fernando Torres scored two great goals to help Liverpool to a facile 3-0 victory over ex- Man Utd man Steve Bruce’s team.
We played some great football in the 1st half especially and could have won by much much more.
We are getting back to the form of last season, which is great to see.

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