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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Ian Ayre
Royal Bank of Scotland says it has obtained an interim injunction preventing Liverpool co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett Jr. from firing chairman Martin Broughton and two other board members.
Liverpool's financial problems escalated Tuesday when the sagging club received a takeover bid from the Boston Red Sox's parent company plus another offer, then announced its American owners were opposed to the offers and trying to oust two senior board members.
"We are all disappointed at the severity of the punishment and in particular the differing standards that have been applied across various previous incidents," Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre said in a club statement.
"We await the written reasons tomorrow before making any further comment," Ayre said in a Liverpool statement.