should liverpool move grounds?.

February 11, 2012 6:41pm CST
Liverpool football club has been planning to move from their current ground 'anfield', what are peoples reactions to this. There are arguments to move, the main one being that they will generate more money to buy better players and faciliites. I am a big believer in tradition and believe that'Anfeild' should remain where it is. The shankly statue and the kop end just adds to the tradition of the old famous football ground so should they move or stay put?.
2 responses
@adhyz82 (36291)
• Indonesia
13 Feb 12
anfield is so closely with liverpool i think the management must think twice if they must move the stadium or grounds.. it can effect for many aspect and of course the fans really did not like it..
13 Feb 12
The club are interested in the money aspect of the move but I think it will destroy the clubs heritage.
@adhyz82 (36291)
• Indonesia
13 Feb 12
i see so maybe liverpool management must hear what do you say it represent many voice of liverpudlians..
14 Feb 12
The liverpool fc managment will always come out and say that they are doing the best for the future of the football club. The fans opinion is rarely even taken into account now days. Look at the controversy surronding the owners where the fans were protesting every day it was only because the F.A finally interevend that they were forced to sell up. So sadly the owners will do what benefits them, proberly to make money somewhere down the line.
@sjlskl (3385)
• Singapore
20 Feb 12
As rightly pointed out, Anfield is Liverpool FC and vice versa. The kop end will never be the same should Liverpool move to a new ground. From what I have heard, the players used to touch the sign "You'll never walk alone." when they are getting out of the tunnel. A tradition that will be gone forever in the new stadium.