The Athletic’s Simon Hughes On FSG At Liverpool: TAW Special by The Anfield Wrap | Nov 9, 2022 | app, Basic, Podcast, TAW Player, TAW Special | 1 comment The Athletic’s Simon Hughes joins The Anfield Wrap to give further insight into FSG’s potential sale of Liverpool and what may lie ahead. John Gibbons hosts… Below is a clip from the show – subscribe for more on The Athletic’s FSG reports… https://www.theanfieldwrap.com/uploads/2022/11/SIHUGHES091122CLIP.mp3 If you're already subscribed, click here to login... Recent Posts: Liverpool 4 Luton Town 1: The ReviewAnfield’s Crowd An Unstoppable Force | Five ThingsLiverpool 4 Luton Town 1: TAW Midweek ExtraLiverpool 4 Luton Town 1 | Post-Match PintLiverpool 4 Luton Town 1: Match Ratings 1 Comment Billy on 9 November 2022 at 10:59 pm While the £4 billion sale is being negotiated, consider this… “Liverpool has one LSOA, (Lower-layer Super Output Area) located in Anfield electoral ward, in the top 10 most deprived LSOAs, and seven that are in the top 100 most deprived out of 32,844 in England. Of these, three are located in Anfield, two in Everton, one in County, and one in Tuebrook and Stoneycroft.” YNWA? FSG bought the club for £300 million in 2020, now rumoured to be selling for £4.3 billion. The club has been a major contributor to Anfield’s decline over the past 40 years. FSG will leave with their pockets stuffed full of cash while we continue to live in squalor. Anfield residents have to plan their days around match day traffic every other weekend with random kick-off times from 12-8pm, and through the week with Champion’s League matches, tolerating fighting over parking spaces and trying to prevent their gardens being used as toilets. The club gives nothing in return. LFC have largely been responsible for the ghettofication of Anfield, starting with the disgraceful bullying of the Mason sisters to force them from Kemlyn Road, and their hoovering up of every available property through the 80s, leaving them to fall into disrepair, further lowering the value of property in the area and causing the decline of a once affluent district. FSG were supposed to develop Anfield as part of the expansion plan when the ground move was cancelled. Anyone walked along Oakfield Road lately? Funny how building the new Anny Road stand is a higher priority than improving the quality of life for local residents innit? 0.1% of what they make from the sale would be £43 million. Imagine the difference that would make to Anfield. Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.