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Liverpool FC for sale?


Fans of Liverpool look to buy the club amid uncertainty about the future of its U.S. owners. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.



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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anyone in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool's disgruntled 100,000 fans were around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London

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Liverpool fans welcome the Americans owners last year, Tom Hick and George Gillett promise money for top players, money for a new stadium and promise they will * it from the mourn hall. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players, but as one of Europe premier soccer teams it’s currently out of the top four. Fans have fed up with the growing debts and rumors that the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafa Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think local people quite like doing thing no one’s done before. A number of smoldering clubs are already fan-own and one Athlete United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website, which will soon be able to vote on team strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessman to take over, Viet-American? Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, more, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, more, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher level, it has been tried in the past with somebody in the administration and some of the football league clubs have the supporter’s power and the supporters represent them on the ball. When you get in the higher level of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United has above, then it would really be a goal.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’ve already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich * is ready to come in, so why would they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazer took over the United, there were protests in the street of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans from now. Liverpool’ll disgruntle what 100,000 fans from around the world to follow the Athlete model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafa Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporter’s power and the supporter’s representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given the dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool disgruntled 100,000 fans from around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporter’s power and the supporter’s representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool disgruntled 100,000 fans from around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anyone in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool disgruntled 100,000 fans from around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last years. Tom Hick and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promise they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer team is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumor is the American want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution is : buy the club by themselves.
At the upper level, has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people is quite like, quite like those things no one ‘s done before.
A number of the smaller English clubs are already fan-owned. And one * United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of the football fan website. Each would soon be able to hold on the team’s strategy through the Internet. Some the continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters. But the trend in England has been for the wealthy businessmen to take over. Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Bernie Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?
“I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been trying in the past with some administrations in some of the football league clubs. The supporters are power. And supporters’ representative is on the board. When you gets in the higher levels of the you know 200 million in a year. Manchester United and above. Then it is that really would be a goal. ”
Liverpool’s American owners have denied either ready to bail out, despite the rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in. So why will they sell to the fans?
“I think it becomes a serious proposal. Then they will look at it seriously.”
When the Glazers took over United there were protests in the street in the Manchester. Especially given the dead heat on the club. But wining has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool disgruntled what 100 thousand fans all round the world to follow the Athlete model and catching a billion dollars. And take the club back.
Jim Boulden CNN, London.

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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody in has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite the rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool disgruntled 100,000 fans from around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. But one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody in has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team/ strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Bernie Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of the, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a drop.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite / rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why would they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the Glazers took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool's disgruntled 100,000 fans were around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they were in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. But one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.

At the upper level nobody in has attempted a buy out like this, in fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done before.

A number of smaller England clubs are already ** and one ** United was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessmen to take over, Vet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester United, or, former Thai Prime Minister **** at Manchester City, or, Englishman Bernie Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of the, you know, 200 million a year, Manchester United and above, then it really would be a fall.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re already to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is ready to come in, so why would they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.

When the ** took over United, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now. Liverpool's ** 100,000 fans were around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owner last year; Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium and promised they will in it for the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few new players-but one of the Europe Premier soccer teams is currently at the top four, fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the American want to replace popular coach-Rafa Benitez. The solution-buy the club themselves.

At the upper level, nobody in a buyout likes this. In fact anywhere in the UK. And I think Liverpool is quite like doing no one has done before. A number of smaller England clubs are already fan-owned, and one Ebbsfleet United was just bought from 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team strategy through the internet.

Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also voting by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for a wealthy businessman to take over. American Glazer at Manchester United, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra watch at Manchester city, or Englishmen buying struggling K arm. Could Liverpool really go the other way? I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels; it has been tried in the past with some administrations in some of the football league clubs. They have their supporters' power, in the supporters represented on the board. But when you get into the higher levels of the, you know 200 million a year, Manchester on above, and then it really would be a bought.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied they are ready to bale it out.Desipite rumors that money from rich golf state is ready to come in. So why would they sell it to the fans. I think if it becomes a serious proposal then they will look at it seriously. When the Glazer took over Manchester United, there are protests in streets of the Manchaster.Especilly given the dead keeper on the club, but winning has quieted most fans from now . Livepool disgruntled 100,000 fans around the world to follow the absolutely model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back. Jim Boulden London.
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Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money for top players, money for a new stadium, and promised they will init for a long hall. Liverpool is getting a new ground and had signed a few players. One of the Europe’s primary soccer team is currently added the top four. Fans were fed up with the growing debts and the rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach R.B. The solution buy the club/ themselves.

As the awful level nobody-in as attempted a buyer like this, in fact anyone in the UK, and I think the local people quite like a, quite like doing things no one don’t do before. A number of smaller England clubs are already fan owned and one absolutely united was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been for wealthy businessman to take over. Be a American macron blazer at Manchester united. World former tide prime minister P at Manchester city or Englishman B. buying a straggly KPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?

I struggle to see how commercially it will work the high levels. It has been tried in the past with somebody’s administrations in some/ for league clubs. Um, have this supporter’s power, and the supporters represented on the board. When you are getting the high levels of the, you know, 200million a year. Manchester united above. Then it, then really would be go.

Liverpool’s American owners have denied that they are ready to bail out. Despite rumors that money from rich golf states is ready to come in. So why would they sell to the fans?

I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they would look at seriously. When the blazers took over united, there were protesters in the streets of Manchester, especially given the dead people on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now.

Liverpool’s disgruntled 100,000 fans were around the world that followed the absolutely model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.

Jim Boulden CNN, London.


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livepool fans welcome the new american owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promise money for top pleasures,money for new standiums and promise they will in it for a long hall, livepool is getting a new groundand had signed a few players,one of Europe 's primary soccer team is currently at the top four,fans were fed up with the growing debts and the rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach R.B. The solution buy the club themselves.
at the awful level ,nobody in as attempted a buyer like this, in fact anyway in the UK and i think if livepool people quite like ,doing things ^don't before . A number of smaller England clubs are already fan owned one absolutely united was just bought for 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website.each were soon be able to vote on team 's strategy to the internet,some big constental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters,but the trend in england for the wealthy business man to take over .Be a American macron blazer at Manchester united.World former tide prime minister P at Manchester city or Englishman B. buying a straggly KPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?
i struggle to see how commercially if will work thehigh levels ,has been tried in the past with somebody’s administrations in some or for league clubs have this supporter’s power, and the supporters represented on the board. When you are getting the high levels of the, you know, 200million a year. Manchester united above. Then it, then really would be go.
Liverpool’s American owners have denied that they are ready to bail out. Despite rumors that money from rich golf states is ready to come in. So why would they sell to the fans?
I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they would look at seriously. When the blazers took over united, there were protesters in the streets of Manchester, especially given the dead people on the club. But winning has quieted most fans for now.Liverpool’s disgruntled 100,000 fans were around the world that followed the absolutely model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.
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