News of a £2billion takeover bid for Liverpool came like a bolt from the blue last night. The Mail reported that the Reds had been subject of interest from a joint venture between Sheik Khaled and a minority stake Chinese partner. Indeed, the £2billion offer would have been the most expensive takeover in the history of football with Midhat Kidwai, the managing director of Sheik Khaled’s conglomerate of companies, meeting Liverpool chairman Tom Werner in New York. Despite FSG admitting that talks had taken place, the proposal from Sheik Khaled didn’t get past the vetting stage and while Liverpool would still be open to investment for a minority stake, the club remains off the market. Reaction to the news has been mixed, with many Liverpool fans unable to hide their excitement at another wealthy owner and the types of riches that could bring. However, many other fans were happy to see the talks fall flat, with FSG praised for their stewardship of Liverpool. Attitudes towards the Boston-based ownership have changed in recent years after investment in a new Main Stand at Anfield, Liverpool’s return to the Champions League final under Jurgen Klopp and a summer in which the Reds invested… Read full this story
- Home Based Business - Importance of Changing Attitudes
- 2 Things That Will Boost Your Positive Attitude
- Embrace Change, Embrace Possibilities
- Balancing Core Beliefs - The Can-Do Attitude
- The Positive Mental Attitude Challenge
- Excellent Tips on Developing a Positive Attitude
- Attitudes Are Contagious - Is Yours Worth Catching?
- A Better Way to Frame Change
- A Positive Attitude Goes a Long Way - In Memory of Randy Pausch - Part V
- How the Wrong Attitude Can Kill Business Change
Reaction to takeover bid shows fans' changing attitudes towards FSG have 288 words, post on www.liverpoolecho.co.uk at August 24, 2018. This is cached page on wBird. If you want remove this page, please contact us.