Sports Hogan to replace Moore as Liverpool chief executive

14:14  31 july  2020
14:14  31 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

Nine arrests in Liverpool following the handing over of the title

 Nine arrests in Liverpool following the handing over of the title © Provided by Sofoot What a surprise. On the sidelines of the delivery of the champion's trophy to Liverpool after the victory against Chelsea , nine people were arrested as reported by the BBC . Despite calls from local police and the club to avoid any gatherings, several thousand supporters gathered around Anfield, where Kenny Dalglish handed the trophy to Jordan Henderson.

Peter Moore , Liverpool ’s Chief Executive , is to leave his position after the club chose not to renew his contract. Moore will remain at his position until the end of August to Fenway Sports Group brought Hogan over from Boston in 2014 and he will take the reins from Moore , who replaced Ian Ayre in 2017.

Liverpool have announced the appointment of Peter Moore as their new chief executive to replace the departing Ian Ayre. Moore has spent nearly 10 years at EA, where he has been chief operating officer and president of EA Sports. He has previously held senior roles with Microsoft, SEGA and

a group of men playing a game of football © Provided by The Canadian Press

LIVERPOOL, England — Billy Hogan will become chief executive at Liverpool when Peter Moore steps down from the post at the end of August.

Moore plans to return to the United States, where he had lived since 1981 prior to taking the Liverpool job in 2017, at the end of his contract.

“To think we have won the UEFA Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup and now the Premier League title during my time here is way beyond my dreams," Moore said in a statement posted Friday on the club website. “I came back to Liverpool in 2017 having been in the U.S. for over 30 years and it’s been such a special experience.”

Hogan, the club's managing director who is also the chief commercial officer, has worked for the Fenway Sports Group since 2004. He moved to Liverpool from Boston in 2012.


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Fabinho's home burglarized while Liverpool celebrated title .
LIVERPOOL, England — The home of Liverpool midfielder Fabinho was burglarized while he and his teammates celebrated their Premier League title. The burglary occurred in the town of Formby, north of the city, either late Wednesday or early Thursday while Liverpool hosted Chelsea, Merseyside police said. Jewelry and an Audi RS6 were stolen, although the car was later recovered 20 miles away in Wigan, police said. The occupants discovered the burglary when they returned home early Thursday. Police said they are collecting security footage and have forensically examined the 26-year-old Brazil international's home and car.

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