Liverpool – A vision of Unity

Rather than being defensive about a shared stadium, surely this is an opportunity for Merseyside football? Our city region has a tradition of being first and many innovations began here. A shared stadium and football quarter could be a very significant focus for unifying this city at a time when we face serious national  and local economic challenges for at least the next 10 years. For too long the Mersey region has been held back from our real potential because of disunity. The big picture is not just about two great football clubs finding a helpful solution, but the whole of the north of our city is starting to work together in a fresh way. We have the potential to be the premier city in Britain – not just when it comes to football!

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