Liverpool announce losses of £54.9m
Thu 6th May 2010 | Money & Finance
The BBC has reported that Liverpool's parent company posted a huge loss of £54.9m for the year ended on 31 July 2009 as debt interest payments and severance costs hit hard.
The loss was 34% worse than 2008's figure as £40.1m went on servicing the club's £351.4m debt to Royal Bank of Scotland and US firm Wachovia.
Pay-offs to senior staff, including former chief executive Rick Parry, accounted for a further £4.3m.
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