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sport news Liverpool have plans in place if they fail to finish in the top four following ... trends now
sport news Liverpool have plans in place if they fail to finish in the top four following ... trends now

sport news Liverpool have plans in place if they fail to finish in the top four following ... trends now

Liverpool 'have plans in place if they fail to finish in the top four' following their poor start to the season... as the club's CEO admits they 'can't automatically count on Champions League qualification' Liverpool are ninth in the Premier League after winning two of their seven games The Reds are already four points adrift of the Champions League places CEO says the club will continue to develop off the pitch to increase revenue Liverpool earned around £90million from reaching the Champions League final 

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Liverpool chief executive Billy Hogan has revealed the club have plans in place if they fail to finish in the top four and will continue with their development off the pitch to mitigate any financial consequences.

The Reds are ninth in the Premier League following a difficult start to the season. Jurgen Klopp's side are currently four points outside of the Champions League places and have already lost significant ground in the title race after winning just two of their opening seven league matches.

That gap could grow in October as they face a tough month that includes matches against Arsenal and Manchester City

Liverpool have endured a tough start to the Premier League season and sit ninth in the table

Liverpool have endured a tough start to the Premier League season and sit ninth in the table

The club's CEO has admitted Liverpool cannot automatically count on Champions League qualification

The club's CEO has admitted Liverpool cannot automatically count on Champions League qualification

Liverpool have played in Europe's elite club competition in every season since 2017, a run that will be under serious

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