George Gillett and Tom Hicks are set to be seen in public together for the first time this year at Wednesday night’s Champions League clash at Arsenal. And Rick Parry won’t be there to referee it.
The Liverpool co-owners have fallen out and are looking to get each other out of the club. Although Tom Hicks’ sons have been to a number of Liverpool games of late, Hicks himself hasn’t been to one this year. Neither George Gillett nor son Foster have been to any either.
But on Thursday night Gillett announced he was ending his spell away from the game, speaking to a Canadian radio show: “Foster and I are going to be going over to the Arsenal game next week and we’ve just decided this is an extraordinary time and we’re going to enjoy it and we’re going to be there and by God we’re going to try and be a positive influence on this process.”
The Hicks family had planned to be at the game long before Gillett’s announcement, but are now believed to have snapped up 16 of the available 20 tickets for the director’s box on Wednesday. When Gillett asked for four it meant there were none left for David Moores or Rick Parry. Continue reading Parry victim of numbers game