Liverpool on Monday announced they were staying at Anfield instead of moving to a new ground, after city authorities announced plans to regenerate the area around their historic home.
Large photos of Liverpool footballers at the entrance of Liverpool FC's Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, northwest England, in August 2010. Liverpool on Monday looked set to stay at their historic Anfield home instead of moving to a new ground after city authorities announced plans to regenerate the area around the stadium.
The club's managing director Ian Ayre described the move as a "major step forward" for both Liverpool and local residents, after years of wrangling about whether they should move from the stadium that has been their home since 1892.
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