Friends Of Liverpool

As hated owner Tom Hicks attempts one final throw of the dice to hang onto Liverpool Football Club.
The Anfield boardroom of Broughton, Poulson and Ayre are determined to block any move that Hicks may make.

Hicks, the most hated man in Liverpool FC’s history, is talking to other banks about refinancing the debt of £250 million to RBS.

To do this, he needs to offer some collateral, a bargaining chip. Hicks is plannnig to mortgage Liverpool Football Club itself in a desperate attempt to gain a last-ditch new loan so he can ‘own’ the club.

However, the above-mentioned members of the board are refusing to allow this to happen.
They have sought legal advice and have been assured by the lawyers that they are within their rights to block any move by Hicks to refinance again by using; The Club, Anfield and the Academy as security on an new loan.
Let us pray that this fiendish man does not get his wicked way, that the board block his moves and that RBS sell to the best bidder on Oct 6th.
By the bye, Jamie Rednapp has really gone downhill in my estimation by slagging of Fernando Torres last week, he is just returning from International duty after an injury-hit summer and is not, simply not entititled to be called ‘diabolical’ by an injury-prone idiot like Rednapp-junior, Jamie Redpratt!
I see the Telegraph has stolen my thunder.

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