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Liverpool lose $910,000 millions over Anfield ‘sabotage’ allegations

Oct 29, 2023 #Anfield

The Reds will once again be playing at a reduced capacity Anfield as they prepare to keep the pressure on in the Premier League title race against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

Liverpool lost $910,000 per game after the Saudi Arabian legend was sacked and rumors of “sabotage” at Anfield spread.

Liverpool lose millions over Anfield ‘sabotage’ allegations

According to The Athletic, Liverpool are losing millions of pounds in revenue as Anfield’s expansion continues to be delayed.

The Reds are losing out on around $910,000 (£750,000/€859,000) per game as the 11,000 seat reduction remains in place.

The report also cited “rumors” within the industry that some already completed projects had sustained minor damage due to uncertainty over the future of previous contractor Buckingham Group.


While such stories of “sabotage” have not been independently confirmed by either The Athletic or, it is clear that the fall of the main contractor to administration has caused a myriad of problems.

A project to increase the capacity of the Anfield Road stand began in 2021, but despite suggestions it could be up and running this season, the project was delayed after Buckingham Group went into administration.

It now looks like manager Jurgen Klopp will have to postpone the cap on the number of spectators at Anfield until 2024. Liverpool’s new signing wants to complete the stand as soon as possible.

Liverpool club legend sacked after four months in Saudi Arabia’s Division One

Liverpool club legend Robbie Fowler has been sacked by Saudi Division One club Al Qadsiya after four months in charge.

Fowler led the team to a good start in the second tier of Saudi Arabian football, leading Al-Qadshiyah to promotion with an unbeaten start. With six wins and two draws in eight games, they are now just one point behind leader Al Oroba.

As reported by CBS journalist Ben Jacobs, the former Liverpool striker was praised for his professionalism before taking over from former Sevilla manager Michel. It’s an interesting decision considering the positive outcome.

However, his stay in Saudi Arabia will not have any negative impact on his future managerial potential. This is Fowler’s first stint at Al Qadshiyah, having previously played for Brisbane Roar in Australia before managing East Bengal FC in the Indian Super League.

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