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STADIUM MOVE TO SPARK ANFIELD RENEWAL

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Liverpool City Council members are considering plans by Liverpool FC to relocate its famous stadium 200 yards down ...
Liverpool City Council members are considering plans by Liverpool FC to relocate its famous stadium 200 yards down the road, helping to regenerate the rundown area of Anfield.

Liverpool chief executive David Henshaw has already met the club's chief executive, Rick Parry, to discuss proposals to build a new stadium, which could cost£100m.

The council hopes the plans could lead to sports facilities being developed nearby.

'A leisure facility and football pitches could be built as a result and we hope there will be regeneration in Anfield,' said a spokesman.
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