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Surprised David Moores hasn't nervously knocked on the door and meekly pointed out that he used to have a place on the board. That was until those nasty big men started picking on him.

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Surprised David Moores hasn't nervously knocked on the door and meekly pointed out that he used to have a place on the board. That was until those nasty big men started picking on him.

 

 

Just formalise the appointment of those already doing it - Gerrard as Chairman, Carragher as Managing Director and Bascombe as Chief Press Officer.

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Seems even the press think Edelman is the right man for the job. From Today's Guardian

 

Edelman for Anfield?

 

Liverpool fans have become as conversant with boardroom matters as with football matters over recent weeks, but there are still no clues as to who will be the new chairman or chief executive to follow Martin Broughton and Christian Purslow, who are stepping down. David Ginsberg and Michael Gordon have been appointed to the board but look at the "Senior Club Personnel" link on Liverpool's website and you will be told no more than: "This page will be updated shortly." NESV, the new owner, has not appointed a recruitment consultant to head the search for new executives but heading any list would surely be Keith Edelman, who in his eight years as the Arsenal managing director was instrumental in delivering the Emirates Stadium. The hard-boiled 60-year-old is known to NESV having been a consultant to Royal Bank of Scotland, the club's lender, and has just the skills-set the Anfield job requires.

 

Sheikh Mansour takes spending at Manchester City past half-billion mark | Football | The Guardian

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Peter Lawwell has emerged as a potential candidate to become Liverpool’s new chief executive.

 

The Anfield club’s owners, New England Sports Ventures, have appointed global head-hunters with the brief to find “business leaders with an interest in, and experience of, football”.

 

Lawwell previously spurned the advances of Arsenal when he was given the chance to take up a similar position at the Emirates Stadium, opting to remain at Celtic.

 

Liverpool’s new owner, American businessman John W Henry, wants someone with a knowledge of British football to fill the void left by the departure of Christian Purslow soon after his take-over deal was completed.

 

An appointment is likely to be made early in the new year.

 

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Liverpool in link to Peter Lawwell - Evening Times | Sport | Editor's Picks

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Peter Lawwell has emerged as a potential candidate to become Liverpool's new chief executive.

 

The Anfield club's owners, New England Sports Ventures, have appointed global head-hunters with the brief to find "business leaders with an interest in, and experience of, football".

 

Lawwell previously spurned the advances of Arsenal when he was given the chance to take up a similar position at the Emirates Stadium, opting to remain at Celtic.

 

Liverpool's new owner, American businessman John W Henry, wants someone with a knowledge of British football to fill the void left by the departure of Christian Purslow soon after his take-over deal was completed.

 

An appointment is likely to be made early in the new year.

 

 

[*]Peter Lawwell

 

 

Liverpool in link to Peter Lawwell - Evening Times | Sport | Editor's Picks

 

He's the one that signed the advertising deal with the s*n then.

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I wonder if the departure of Christian Purslow as special advisor and non-executive director is an indication that the appointment of a CEO is close?

 

Presumably the person lined up to fill the vacancy will have to serve out a period of notice and will be prohibited from commencing employment with LFC until the gardening leave period has expired.

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I wonder if the departure of Christian Purslow as special advisor and non-executive director is an indication that the appointment of a CEO is close?

 

Presumably the person lined up to fill the vacancy will have to serve out a period of notice and will be prohibited from commencing employment with LFC until the gardening leave period has expired.

 

Do we need one? Seem to be doing OK with Ayre on the commercial side .and comolli on the transfer side

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