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  • "All that huge amount of money that our fans spend supporting our team, coming to games and all the other activities, is now available for what it should be available for, to invest," Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow said.

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  • "All that huge amount of money that our fans spend supporting our team, coming to games and all the other activities is now available for what it should be available for, to invest," Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow said.

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