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11 May 2010 :: 16:05:21 pm 20194

Revolutionary Siamese Stadium Proposed For Merseyside

A revolutionary new stadium design has been unveiled by a local Liverpool business consortium on Monday. The proposal would see the construction of a twin stadium to house bitter footballing rivals Everton FC and Liverpool FC.
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United Kingdom, the 11th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: The plan shows two 50,000+ seater stadiums connected together by a central structure, expected to house a 300 room hotel and corporate facilities for the two stadia.

The Mersey Stadia-Connex group, which is behind the idea, believe that the plan will cater for both teams’ requirements for new stadiums at the same time saving them a total of between £180m-£220m. According to sources within the consortium, both stadiums would have development potential for the addition of up to 10,000 seats each and hold the exclusive ability to have separate stadium naming rights sponsors.

Representatives from Mersey Stadia-Connex are understood to have communicated on a number of occasions with senior Everton FC bosses. However, publicly, the Blues dismissed the plan, denying any contact with the group and describing the scheme as “unworkable, unaffordable and undeliverable”.

Liverpool FC were sent copies of the plans but have made no contact with Mersey Stadia-Connex. An LFC spokesman said: “We remain committed to building our new stadium in Stanley Park.”

The group has based its plan on Stanley Park, the site at which Liverpool had been hoping to construct their new stadium, but according to developers the scheme could be easily transferred to another site at request.

Due to the current situation at Liverpool, with owner George Gillett and Tom Hicks attempting to sell the club, Mersey Stadia-Connex group representatives have expressed a wish to contact prospective new owners to inform them of the sensational investment opportunity available.

“Primarily they seem to be, in the absence of it being practical to rebuild Anfield and Goodison, to offer state-of-the-art, 21st-century facilities to their faithful supporters, increased capacity and transformed hospitality, while retaining the strongest link to their heritage, all in a way which delivers the very best value for money in order to ultimately enhance their on-field performances and successes.

“As important as any of those just mentioned is the passionate desire to retain independence from each other, and we are protecting that requirement through a brilliant design concept formulated by Merseysiders for Merseysiders, where what is required is open-mindedness and a degree of cooperation.”

Mersey Stadia-Connex also wished to clarify they do not represent or act with authority for either Liverpool or Everton FC.

Photographs: liverpoolecho.co.uk

Reporter : Harry Roberts   Category : Sports News

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