Reds close to stadium decision

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Liverpool have yet to make a decision on the design for a new stadium as the club´s owners attempt to refinance the loans they used to buy the Reds for £220million.

A meeting between chief executive Rick Parry and owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett took place in New York on Tuesday at which two rival firms of architects presented designs for the Stanley Park project. Parry says a decision on the design will follow "soon" - one had been expected on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Hicks and Gillett are embroiled with trying to sort out their refinancing problems before a February 1 deadline.

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