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After American businessmen George Gillett and Tom Hicks purchased the team in February 2007 there was immediate tension between Liverpool F.C. manager Rafa Benitez the new owners. Benitez wanted to add more players, but the owners wanted him to work with what the team already had. The owners came to discover that the team was in massive debt and was trying to take a more economical approach to the football club.

Fans still purchased Liverpool F.C. Tickets in the hopes that the new ownership would result in a championship, or at least defeating Manchester United a few times. The tensions kept rising to new levels within the club's infrastructure and soon fans protested, demanding that the American businessmen turn the team over to the Dubai Investment Group.

The tension spilled onto the field and the club finished a disappointing fourth place in the Premier League. Liverpool F.C. was lucky to qualify for the Champions league thanks to a last-minute goal by Dirk Kuyt. The 2008-09 season became a year of rebuilding, letting Xabi Alonso, Alvaro Arbeloa, Jermaine Pennant, and Sa Hyypia go and replacing them with Glen Johnons, Alberto Aquilani, and A.S. Roma.

The surprising result was a slight resurgence with a second place finish in the Premier League and trips to the fourth round of the FA and League Cup. Liverpool FC Tickets for 2009-10 season are available from OnlineSeats for a price every football fan can afford .

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John Houlding founded Liverpool F.C. on 15 March 1892. Initially the club was named Everton Athletic but the idea was dropped and the club was named Liverpool by which they are recognized. The club won Lancashire League that was their first season and participated in the Football League Second Division for the 1893–94 season. After the club achieved victory as the Second Division Champions, they got promoted to the First Division, which is the highest level of English football. Their consistent performance and excellent gaming skills won them their first Football League championship in 1901 and were titleholders again in 1906. Liverpool's first ever FA Cup final was held in 1914 but the team was disappointed as they were defeated by Burnley. The club was headed by Ephraim Longworth during the 1922 and 1923 and won their first ever back-to-back League titles. The team was however transferred to the Second Division in 1954 due to their negative performance.

The club struggled hard to transfer as the top club sides in Europe under the management of Bill Shankly in 1959. They proved to be one of the strongest teams in the country at that time. The club was promoted to the top division in 1962 and has ever since ruled the top position. In 1964 the club won League Championship title and again in 1966 defeated Leeds to achieve their first ever FA Cup. They won their UEFA Cup, in 1973 by defeating Borussia Mönchengladbach. In 1979, the club achieved the domestic record by scoring sixty-eight points to hold the league title. Under the management of Joe Fagan, the club won the League title, the League Cup and the European Cup all in one season. 2000–01 season was one of the best seasons for Liverpool where the club completed the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup. The team is considered as a force in the English Football scene by being one of the toughest teams. The team scored 82 points, which is their highest in the top-tier since 1988.

Some of the top scorers of the 2006-07 season were Dirk Kuyt with 12 goals, Peter Crouch with 9 goals, Steven Gerrard with 7 goals and Craig Bellamy with 7 goals. Liverpool defeated Bolton on 1st January 2007 with a score of 3-0, defeated Watford on 13th January 2007 with a score of 3-0, defeated West Ham on 30th January 2007 with a score of 2-1, defeated Barcelona on 21st February 2007 with a score of 2-1, defeated Sheff Utd on 24th February with a score of 4-0, defeated Arsenal on 31st march 2007 with a score of 4-1, defeated Middlesbrough on 18th April 2007 with a score of 2-0, defeated Wigan on 21st April 2007 with a score of 2-0, defeated Chelsea on 1st May 2007 with a score of 1-0. So, grab your tickets now to witness one of the most amazing soccer actions of 2007-08 season.

Liverpool F.C. has made a remarkable name in the soccer scene by securing 3rd position for the 2006–07 season in Premier League. Currently trained by Rafael Benítez, Liverpool is one of the most successful clubs in the country. In the history of English football, no other club has such huge popularity and fame among their fans and other soccer aficionados. The club has proudly won many honors and trophies than any other football clubs in the country. The club is a renowned English professional football club based in Liverpool and plays in the Premier League. They were also the founding member of the G-14 group and have recorded 18 English titles and 5 European Cups. Numerous fans from all across the nation buy tickets to support the team through their matches. The club performs their home games at Anfield located in Liverpool, England. The stadium has the capacity to hold 45,362 spectators per event. The club has been performing in Anfield since their formation and has witnessed most number of supporters during their home games.

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