Liverpool no longer ‘sleeping giant’, says managing director Billy Hogan

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Liverpool’s Managing Director Cat Hughigan insisted that the club is no longer a “golden giant” of English football.

Liverpool is currently at the top of the Premier League, taking nine points from the opening of the new season, and in 2012, at the time, as a businessman joined the club as much as £ £ fifteen pounds to more than fifty pounds. Are there

George Clap spent £ 177m on four seasons, and used to invest a lot in the summer window, and the Hungarian thinks the club has made significant progress from coming to Merseyside.

Hong told Liverpool Eco that it is very different for six years.

“We have made a little bit ahead of the club. Clearly, from a commercial perspective, which is the area of ​​my responsibility, it has increased significantly.

“But it’s more important and I think the most proud of the most proud, then we have got the FSG property – how long we have been able to succeed How to prepare the club – everything is – everyone wants to win here.

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“This is about pride on our fan club. The club is a very positive place sitting here today. Football is very good, the team is playing very well and we’re all encouraging the future.

“If you go back, when the FSG first started seeing Liverpool as an opportunity, people said the club referring to a sleeping situation. I think it has proved something. That’s true.

Hogan believes Klopp is crucial for the pitch and both for the success of the club.

Hogan said “Jorn is a great figure and he is very helpful.”

“He completely understands what we are trying to do commercially, creating revenue that we return to football.”

Hogan added: “The clerical element” is more than their conversation with the football, it’s all over the club. She is a great fit and we are very happy that she is here.