Liverpool and FSG are at a delicate point in their relationship. Obviously, expectations are sky-high as team owners try to navigate the lead-up to a pivotal summer of rebuilding. The other seasons outside the Champions League were unsatisfactory.
There are still three weeks until the transfer window closes. And in the new Premier League season, things could go both ways. While Liverpool have made two smart midfield additions in the form of deals for Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai, these have come with their departures.
especially The sale of Fabinho leaves a gap in the defensive midfield. And while there is a feeling that Liverpool will ultimately fill that void before the transfer deadline But there is a chance that FSG will go above and beyond the bare minimum. More investment in midfield and defense ensures that Jürgen Klopp has real competitive depth.
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Running with other FSG franchises hasn’t always painted the most hopeful picture for Liverpool, with the Boston Red Sox currently on what’s been described as a roster, but not so long ago. This John Henry’s NASCAR team was a huge success.
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FSG needs a new team.
FSG is still in ‘growth mode,’ according to CFO Julie Swinehart. Speaking to Bloomberg, she confirmed that adding new teams to the stable is definitely on the agenda.
Swinehart cited FSG’s financial management “so we can go out and find that new team. in existing leagues Or maybe dive into a new investment in a new sport.”
FSG recently became the founding owner of TGL, the new virtual golf league created by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, but it looks like the plans aren’t stopping there. The current owner of Liverpool also boasts the Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Penguins and a share of RFK Racing on the list of owners.
Liverpool.com says: As long as FSG maintains a truly competitive team, Liverpool won’t care how many other franchises are on the owners’ books. But Henry and his colleagues Be careful to spread too thin.
as already mentioned Sometimes cross-sport attention can help all the teams involved. This was evident last season when minority owner FSG and basketball legend LeBron James teamed up with Liverpool for massive commercial success.
Liverpool investment update
It’s been a successful summer for interviews from the often sober FSG executives. The Athletic recently spoke with Liverpool CEO Billy Hogan.
Of course, investing search is on the agenda. Liverpool were briefly ‘sold’ last season. But that quickly turned into a hunt for new investors. And everything was silent for a while.
Hogan is still a bit on the loose — although he doesn’t really care much about anything else since Taylor. Swift arrives at Anfield right up to the pitch’s renovation project. when it comes to investing He gave a three-word update: “Those conversations go on.”
Liverpool.com says: These behind-the-scenes discussions are always private. Interest often only becomes relatively advanced public knowledge. But there are some questions as to why there are still no suitable partners.
Of course, it’s a huge contrast to Manchester United’s takeover trajectory, so that’s not a bad thing. The whole thing comes down to being a joke at Old Trafford, but it will be reassuring if there is a more concrete update in the investment area soon as it gets harder and harder. For Liverpool to remain truly competitive.
Two NASCAR wins
Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing is likely to be overlooked when FSG assets are included, but the partially owned NASCAR team deserves a share of the spotlight this week with back-to-back race victories.
Both are claimed by Chris Buescher, who has now secured a spot in the 16-driver semi-finals. In a stunning setting, his fellow driver Brad Keselowski is also a co-owner of the team. And he is also a mix of both races. with sixth and fourth place finishes which put him in the playoff race.
Liverpool.com says: As Liverpool continue to look for investment, perhaps FSG’s NASCAR team deserves more attention. in the end This is a great example of a franchise where Henry joins other big partners. And it’s starting to be really successful.
The partnership with Keselowski is interesting. While this may be a coincidence, it’s FSG’s two veteran athletes to work with. That includes LeBron James. Maybe the Liverpool star will be welcomed into the boardroom someday?
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