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- proper noun an area of
- proper noun soccer a
football stadiumwithin the area, home of Liverpool Football Club
- proper noun soccer, by extension Liverpool Football club itself
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ANFIELD - Jamie Carragher (picture) has denounced Liverpool's "ruthless" owners over broken promises and profiteering in the most scathing verdict on Tom Hicks and George Gillett Jnr from within Anfield.
NESV has substantially developed Fenway Park into a quality 37,000-seat ground, although the one note of caution in the glee enveloping Anfield is that NESV's style of "enhancing the fan experience" has included steep ticket price rises.
Roy Hodgson for one may be grateful that, for the moment, most of the media's interest in Anfield concerns fiscal rather than football matters.
The government has taken away £45m a year from this council and money from the Housing Market Renewal Fund to create housing in Anfield has now been put into the Regional Growth Fund so we're competing with the whole of the country.
Anfield is now a ghetto, a suppurating monument to a shambolic cretin of a man and a money grabbing, no-honour cabal of local little Hitlers.
My grandparents actually lived in Anfield at the time of Julia's murder and my mother told me that they would see both WHW and Julia ...
The following day fans were upset when the club's commercial director said Liverpool's new stadium, when it is eventually built, would probably lose the name Anfield and be open to any potential sponsor who won the right to have its name on it.
And last night Kop boss Benitez penned a five-year deal to secure his long-term Anfield future.
Yes a lot has been said about the long term Anfield future of the talented if flawed Dutch International but it does seem the speculation is mounting of a realistic move to White Hart Lane in the offing.
They lost unluckily 1-0 to Chelsea, have beaten Arsenal twice (3-1 comfortably on their own ground) and lost 2-0 to Liverpool at Anfield, which is hardly a disgraceful result.