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      NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC

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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35213: Jun 08, 2024 03:18:33 pm
      I said that in jest, but the cynical part of me thinks it would happen.

      The next big fight with the owners.

      No fight needed


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      Reply #35214: Jun 08, 2024 04:04:31 pm
      I'm wondering if the club will rule that a percentage of "away" supporters must have season tickets, and if the owners will subsidise the cost of that travelling support.

      I was curious so had a look at NFL ticket prices.   

      A family of four can expect to pay $646.88 on average to watch an NFL game in 2023. Depends on where you live, and which opponent you want to see. An increase of 17% compared to last year.

      Las Vegas Raiders: Costs a family of four, $1,381.96 (£1,086.36)

      Atlanta Falcons: Cost on average, $293.10 (£231.41) – over $1,000 (£786.10) cheaper than Raiders games.

      And the MLS

      MLS: $45 to $55

      LFC Ticket Pricing: League
      Main Stand £61
      Upper Main Stand £9 (£9?)

      I assume they play fewer games? Those prices are crazy. Is it $50 for a beer and a hotdog
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      Reply #35215: Jun 08, 2024 04:42:50 pm
      I assume they play fewer games? Those prices are crazy. Is it $50 for a beer and a hotdog

      NFL season is only 16 games before playoffs, so 8 home games per season.

      I don’t follow the league, but i believe a few years ago some NFL teams implemented a “personas seat license” system where you have to buy the license that then gives you the right to buy season tickets for a specific seat.
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      Reply #35216: Jun 08, 2024 06:12:09 pm
      They can have a mini league pre season but not league games. Like the super league fans will be rightly furious
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      Reply #35217: Jun 08, 2024 07:52:32 pm
      Just wondered if Werner has met Liverpool fans or is his memory failing him interestingly JWH has distanced himself from this nonsense
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      Reply #35218: Jun 09, 2024 01:50:12 pm

      Until it rears it's head again. Not just the club but I think this will be a Premier League issue. They want to sell the league abroad similar to the NFL
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      Reply #35219: Jun 09, 2024 01:51:52 pm
      Just wondered if Werner has met Liverpool fans or is his memory failing him interestingly JWH has distanced himself from this nonsense

      It won't just be Werner mentioning it, watch for other CEO's at clubs in the league. When it becomes more a discussion, you know the idea is on the table. Get the feeling some are trying to float the idea.

      JWH is just stick of the crying tweets from fans bitching about the club :laugh:
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      Reply #35220: Jun 09, 2024 02:52:29 pm
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      Reply #35221: Jun 09, 2024 03:24:26 pm
      Until it rears it's head again. Not just the club but I think this will be a Premier League issue. They want to sell the league abroad similar to the NFL

      There is no doubt imo that the Premier league want to have a game played abroad and it will happen at some point - Middle East , far east and the US will pay a fortune knowing that the stadiums will be rammed
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      Reply #35222: Jun 09, 2024 08:31:43 pm
      It won't just be Werner mentioning it, watch for other CEO's at clubs in the league. When it becomes more a discussion, you know the idea is on the table. Get the feeling some are trying to float the idea.

      JWH is just stick of the crying tweets from fans bitching about the club :laugh:

      Iam sure they are aware of how twit and tw*t were dealt with we have agents of chaos all over the plane
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      Reply #35223: Jun 09, 2024 08:32:34 pm
      It won't just be Werner mentioning it, watch for other CEO's at clubs in the league. When it becomes more a discussion, you know the idea is on the table. Get the feeling some are trying to float the idea.

      JWH is just stick of the crying tweets from fans bitching about the club :laugh:

      Iam sure they are aware of how twit and tw*t were dealt with we have agents of chaos all over the planet
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      Reply #35224: Jun 10, 2024 12:09:57 am
      Just wondered if Werner has met Liverpool fans or is his memory failing him interestingly JWH has distanced himself from this nonsense

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      Reply #35225: Jun 10, 2024 06:40:42 am
      Wouldn’t be too fussed if it was the charity shield.
      Not sure how they are going to fit a transatlantic trip during the regular season with an already congested game every three days schedule.
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      Reply #35226: Jun 10, 2024 08:04:41 am
      For F**k sake all FSG  are about is money and they will do anything to make more even at the home fans expence
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      Reply #35227: Jun 11, 2024 11:32:40 am
      Yeah let's throw yet more environment damaging planes into the skies for pointless events that make the rich richer and screw the planet!

      Get Greta involved  :D
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      Reply #35228: Jul 06, 2024 01:50:32 pm
      For F**k sake all FSG  are about is money and they will do anything to make more even at the home fans expence

      They've got their eyes on the Boston Celtics now!!
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      Reply #35229: Jul 06, 2024 02:19:42 pm
      They've got their eyes on the Boston Celtics now!!

      Not a bad franchise to look to buy
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      Reply #35230: Jul 09, 2024 06:17:00 pm
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      Reply #35231: Jul 09, 2024 06:37:46 pm


      That’s why Edwards is back. Was going to happen sooner rather than later.

      Also saw they are looking at potentially buying the Celtics.
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      Reply #35232: Jul 09, 2024 06:51:07 pm

      That’s why Edwards is back. Was going to happen sooner rather than later.

      Also saw they are looking at potentially buying the Celtics.

      Out of interest, how they stumping up the 5 billion odd to buy the Celtics?

      Are they going to sell one of their assets?
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      Reply #35233: Jul 09, 2024 07:11:52 pm


      Also saw they are looking at potentially buying the Celtics.
      You "saw" wrong. Pure speculation by lazy mediots who seek clicks and relevance.
      Henry & Co are value shoppers and distressed asset acquirers, not premium payers........ and the premium the Celtics will command will be exorbitant.

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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35234: Jul 09, 2024 08:04:30 pm
      Out of interest, how they stumping up the 5 billion odd to buy the Celtics?

      Are they going to sell one of their assets?

      Why they are worth 7 billion!!!!!  But as a good business model they may try to get a partner investor to take uo somenof the slack.
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      Reply #35235: Jul 09, 2024 08:29:10 pm
      Out of interest, how they stumping up the 5 billion odd to buy the Celtics?

      Are they going to sell one of their assets?


      Probably through external investors, debt and another portion in cash. At $5B still difficult to see it happening, though.

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