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Liverpool fans close to agreeing landmark deal with owners FSG

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Following the fallout from the European Super League debacle, of which Liverpool were a significant part, efforts were made by SOS to engage with the hierarchy at the football club and owners Fenway Sports Group to reach an agreement that would provide fans with a greater say when it came to major decisions such as the ESL at their football club.

Liverpool and the club's official supporters trust, Spirit of Shankly, are edging closer to a deal that would ensure consent would be required from Reds supporters before any major decisions which affect club traditions are taken.

It is ahead of the curve and a deal is on the table that we think is the best deal for us fans.

"We have had many discussions with Liverpool and the owners, and to be fair it is the owners who have driven this forward to find a resolution, and it is a proposal that we believe is a good one for both club and fans and one that we would recommend to our members for approval when we convene for our AGM this weekend."

SOS met with Liverpool CEO Billy Hogan back in May in a bid to find some common ground and safeguards over such a move being made to joining a breakaway league from happening again.

FSG supremo and Liverpool principal owner John W Henry had recorded a video apology to fans less than 48 hours after the ESL launch back in April, shouldering the blame for the move and stating his intention to heal some of the division that had been caused by the decision to enter into the new venture.

READ MORE: Adrian left astonished as Harvey Elliott takes on new Liverpool role With the government's fan-led review into the future of English football having been published on Wednesday, with particular focus on club's providing a 'golden share' or veto to supporters on decisions such as the ESL, Liverpool and the SOS have already made strides that the report, conducted by Conservative MP Tracey Crouch, seeks to have adopted in English football.
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