Friday, October 15, 2010

NESV: Liverpool will be ours!

NESV: Ливърпул е наш!  The owner of John Henry NESV consortium announced yesterday that the new owner of Liverpool. The American is confident in the successful completion of the transaction worth 300 million British pounds, despite Tom Hicks and George Gillett to derail the deal. Employed by the NESV lawyer representing Henry in court cases led against Hicks and Gillett said: "New England Sports Ventures are already owners of Liverpool. The old owners are trying to shut the tomb of the club in deadly embrace."
Meanwhile, the honorary president of the Liverpool Martin Broughton, who was hired to conduct a transaction of the club, said: "We're almost finished. We are still trying to remove the restraining order, but hopefully sometime tomorrow (author's note - today) To succeed with this and everything to do with a happy ending. "
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The Americans withdrew restraining order for the sale of LiverpoolHicks invent a new trick to block sale of LiverpoolCourt in Dallas postpone his decision for LiverpoolIn Dallas began a new court hearing for the sale of LiverpoolBritish court again issued a decision against Hicks and GillettPeter Lim withdraws bid for LiverpoolBattle for Liverpool back in the British High Court todayNESV not abandon Liverpool, despite the stupidity of Hicks and GillettHicks and Gillett again blocked the sale of LiverpoolNESV boss in London to finalize a deal for LiverpoolHicks and Gillett "burn" with 144 million poundsUnholy welcomed the decision of the courtThe board of Liverpool's crucial meeting tonightThe court cut Hicks and Gillett, yoke them to an end for LiverpoolMirror: NESV have unshakable contract for the purchase of LiverpoolPremier League does not allow Hicks to sell their shares to the MillEnd of saga: Hicks and Gillett to Sweep!Declaration of Hicks and Gillett: Liverpool has threatened in the long termHodgson: A dark cloud lifted from LiverpoolNow official: Liverpool sold for 300 million poundsThe new owner of Liverpool: I want to bring back the greatness of the clubThe new owner of Liverpool misses derby, wants to "debut" to Anfield


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