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Thread: The Stadium - getting closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernboy View Post
    Had a good look at it on Saturday. I’m no expert but I’d say most of the major construction work has been done. It just needs some finishing touches here and there. Lots of exposed steels that I assume will be clad. Personally I think it looks great.
    It's at the stage now were it should be flooded with tradesmen and women. Literally workers on site 24/7 getting the job over the line. It's also the stage were they pay the workers big money to make sure it gets done so extra people are brought in. If you've ever watched the big build on the BBC its like that !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justincredible View Post
    We all know an outfit that'll tile the new bogs for free. Iddn't dat rite Ian'o?
    If the price is right ,mate . It would be nice to say you've worked there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianlfc View Post
    If the price is right ,mate . It would be nice to say you've worked there.
    Absolutely pal, t'wud be some buzz alright...

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    Liverpool FC has today released the following update on the Anfield Road Stand development.

    Following Buckingham Group confirming that it has appointed administrators, we have now taken control of the Anfield Road Stand construction site and have appointed Rayner Rowen Construction, along with a number of other contractors, to resume the final works on the project.

    Work will begin now to fully assess the construction programme and Rayner Rowen will work swiftly with our internal team to produce a revised project completion programme, which will give us certainty on capacity and phasing.

    We will update on this revised completion programme as quickly as possible. In the meantime, some workers have returned to the site to continue some immediate works.

    For the West Ham United, Leicester City and Union SG fixtures, the capacity of Anfield will be the same as the opening two games of the season against AFC Bournemouth and Aston Villa, meaning the upper tier of the new Anfield Road Stand will remain closed.

    Our ticketing team will be in touch directly with those supporters who will be impacted. All general admission season ticket holders and Members with 13+ credits will continue to be accommodated for our Premier League fixtures. Further details on our upcoming cup games will be provided in the selling details when published on our website. Other ticket allocations across the board will remain at a reduced allocation in line with the first two home games of 2023-24.

    It is anticipated that the additional capacity at Anfield will be incrementally phased in after the next three home games. We do not expect any impact on the continued operation of the existing Anfield Road Stand, which has remained in use throughout the development so far.

    Our thoughts are with all those employees and contractors who face uncertainty at this time.

    Working with Rayner Rowen Construction, we will seek to engage as many of Buckingham’s existing sub-contractors going forward as we are reasonably able to.

    Everyone at LFC is looking forward to getting the stand completed and fully open, and we are doing everything possible to make sure that happens as quickly and safely as possible.

    We would like to thank all fans for their support and understanding while we work to resolve this unfortunate situation.

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    Good man John. Always looking out for the little guys

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    Not going to be finished until the end of the year now.

    Shame

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    Apparently the construction company wanted bacon sarnies on Friday mornings but Big John kiboshed it. Nasty fucker him, the lads aren't asking for much.

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    I told you all this in August, they were miles off finishing.

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    From the echo (and they are very very friendly to Henry and co)

    ‘Consequently, Liverpool’s 21-year wait to finally boast a 60,000 seater stadium continues. And with the club still having no idea when the £80m redevelopment will finally be completed, the end is still nowhere in sight.’


    https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/jurgen-klopp-knows-whats-coming-27894211.amp

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