HULL CITY has agreed to pay Uefa £145,000 for breaching financial fair play regulations, but Liverpool have been cleared of falling foul of the rules.Details
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LIVERPOOL’S chief executive Ian Ayre insists the club have vowed never to return to the dark days of the Tom Hicks and George Gillett era.Details
ECHO – Liverpool FC News: Blood Red: Liverpool FC still wrestle with painful legacy of Tom Hicks and George Gillett’s ownership but saga is finally over
THE announcement that Tom Hicks and George Gillett have ended their pursuit of damages against Liverpool FC directors both past and present finally drew a line under one of the darkest chapters in the club’s history.Details
ECHO – Liverpool FC News: Tommy Smith: My message to Hicks and Gillett – the two men who nearly ruined Liverpool FC
I’D love to send a message to Tom Hicks and George Gillett as they throw their hand in. However, you wouldn’t expect to read what I’d really like to say in the ECHO.Details
ECHO – Liverpool FC News: Tom Hicks and George Gillett walk away empty-handed as Liverpool FC sale court case is abandoned
TOM HICKS and George Gillett did not receive a single penny in return for abandoning their bitterly-fought legal action over the takeover of Liverpool FC.Details
ECHO – Liverpool FC News: Blood Red: Nuri Sahin departs Liverpool FC having failed to build on early promise
NURI SAHIN promised so much and delivered so little for Liverpool.Details
Liverpool have reached an agreement with former owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett for an out-of-court settlement over the sale of the club in 2010.Details
ECHO – Liverpool FC News: Liverpool FC to stay at Anfield – timeline of the LFC stadium saga since 2000
COUNCIL plans for the Anfield Village regeneration scheme are set to be announced on Monday with the briefing set to include Liverpool FC revealing their intentions to redevelopment their world-famous home – below is a timeline of how the club’s bid to increase ground capacity has evolved since plans for a new stadium on Stanley Park were announced in 2000Details