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1000 seats to be handed over to corporates


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1,000 seats at Anfield, the home of English soccer club Liverpool, will be converted into a corporate area as the club's owners, Tom Hicks and George Gillett, seek to maximise revenues from the stadium while they remain unable to finance a move to a new ground.


The plans, first reported in The Guardian newspaper, would significantly increase the club's matchday revenues, one of the key targets of the club's management. The club's matchday revenues totalled £39.2 million last season, according to Deloitte, while, by comparison, Manchester United earned £101.5 million and Arsenal £94.6 million. Even Chelsea, like Liverpool seeking a move to a new stadium, earned £74.5 million.

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