Liverpool — Liverpool's stadium expansion has moved to the
roof at Anfield as work began Friday to raise a 650-ton truss over the new main
The expansion began in December and Liverpool expects the
new stand to be completed during the 2016-17 Premier League season. It will
have three tiers, incorporating a widened player tunnel and new team benches.
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The work will raise the capacity of Anfield by about 8,500
by renovating the stand. The stadium currently holds 45,522 spectators.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre says the redevelopment
"gives us a fantastic opportunity to ensure that all the rich history and
traditions that make this stadium so special can continue."For
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