New England Sports Ventures (NESV) today confirmed that it has appointed Spencer Stuart, the global executive search firm, to advise on the recruitment of a new Chief Executive Officer for Liverpool FC following the departure of Christian Purslow last month. The search, which is to begin with immediate effect, will be led by Jonathan Smith
13/10/2010 A High Court judge today ruled that Liverpool can be sold to the owners of the Boston Red Sox baseball team. But the club’s ousted US owners may still make another challenge via the Court of Appeal. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from London.
12/10/2010 Liverpool’s future ownership should be decided on Wednesday morning. It follows a day of drama at London’s High Court where the club’s bankers Royal Bank of Scotland are attempting to force the sale of the club against the wishes of owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett.
The English Premier League give the green light to the New England Sports Ventures Group’s takeover of Liverpool, pending next week’s legal challenge… Reports that Liverpool will still face points deduction if the club enters financial administration.
7/10/2010 “We know we need some new players, we know we need investment,” Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson said today as he welcomed the sale of the club to New England Sports Ventures… Manchester City’s Sheikh Mansour tops football rich list… German match-fixing trial… More inside.
New England Sports Ventures (“NESV”) can confirm that their bid for Liverpool FC has been selected by the club’s board of directors and agreement has been reached with the Board to purchase the Club. NESV wishes to extend their appreciation to the Board for their diligence and their efforts on behalf of Liverpool FC and
6/10/2010 Liverpool today announced the board has agreed the sale of the club to New England Sports Ventures, owners of the Boston Red Sox. John Henry, the 61-year-old billionaire behind the profitable Major League Baseball franchise, could soon be a key figure in the new-look Liverpool boardroom.