Anfield: The Victims, The Anger And Liverpool’s Shameful Truth: The Nightly EPL
In an article that is near and dear to my heart, The Guardian’s David Conn has written a follow-up piece to an article he wrote five years ago about the status of the derelict houses that form a “ghost town” next to Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium.
On a visit to Liverpool 7 years ago, I spent a morning walking around Anfield and was absolutely shocked at the state of the homes that were literally in the dark shadow of Liverpool Football Club. The vast majority of homes were boarded up, but there were a few here and there that were still being lived in.
Read about the shameful truth about Liverpool’s plan to demolish the majority of the homes in the latest article by Conn, which was published tonight.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Anfield: the victims, the anger and Liverpool’s shameful truth — The Guardian
- Szczesny says Spurs “do not have enough quality” to qualify for Champions League — BBC Sport
- Juan Mata confident Chelsea will defeat Tottenham in latest ‘final’ — The Guardian
- Leverkusen’s GM says his suspicion that Andre Schurrle has signed a deal with Chelsea — Sky Sports
- Adrian Chiles apologises for abusing WBA striker Peter Odemwingie — The Mail
- Tottenham’s André Villas-Boas in search of historic triumph at Chelsea — The Guardian
- Tom Carroll must start against Chelsea if Spurs want a top four finish — SB Nation
- VIDEO: Why David Luiz is the long-pass master — BBC Sport
- Liverpool FC confirm post-season trip to South Africa — Liverpool Echo
- Di Canio says Sunderland’s match with Southampton will be “Champions League final — BBC Sport
- Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard set for early shoulder surgery — The Mail
- Robbie Fowler is on a shortlist to become the next manager of Macclesfield — BBC Sport
- Tottenham close to agreeing new contract with Gareth Bale — Metro
- Legal challenge launched against financial fair play — Football Economy
- Fifa’s new taskforce proposes anti-racism monitors at games and stiffer penalties — BBC Sport
- QPR’s Stéphane Mbia says Marseille tweets came from hacked account — The Guardian
- Chuck Blazer is suspended for 90 days after claims his conduct was “fraudulent” — BBC Sport
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