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That's Just a Twisted Ploy To get us all in.

 

Pat has it on "Good Authority" that This Infact Will Be the "NEW ClUB" crest.

 

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"COYB Today" No Late April fool's Pleaazzze.

 

Late Edit: Remember lasts \eason.."It Was Z Cars to be scrapped Match day.... :lol::lol::lol:

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That's Just a Twisted Ploy To get us all in.

 

Pat has it on "Good Authority" that This Infact Will Be the "NEW ClUB" crest.

 

11438723614ex.jpg

 

"COYB Today" No Late April fool's Pleaazzze.

 

Late Edit: Remember lasts  \eason.."It Was Z Cars to be scrapped Match day.... :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

Trouble it BKs twisted mind thats how the badge looks

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Another attempted April fool...

 

A clause found in the lease of Liverpool's Anfield home 14 years ago could mean that Everton can "evict" their local rivals after their lease on the land which their stadium is built on ran out in 1992.

 

Due to the complicated nature of the split between Everton FC and John Houlding in 1892, it transpired that Everton in fact owned 51% of the land which the Anfield stadium is situated on, but had let the land back to Houlding for a nominal fee on a 100 year lease.

 

In 1992, an agreement was reached whereby Liverpool paid Everton £1m a year rent for 15 years, at which point Everton became full owners once more, with the right to evict Liverpool from their home.

 

It is believed that Liverpool FC thought they would have competed a move to a new stadium by this point, and did not extend the deal when offered in 2002.

 

David Moores is said to be extremely embarrassed about the situation, and admitted this morning that his club had made enquiries to share with local side Wigan Athletic.

 

However, so that Liverpool could remain close to their fan base, Wigan bosses recomended that perhaps Plymouth Argyle would be a better option for a groundshare.

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