Britain Football Soccer - Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers - FA Cup Fourth Round - Anfield - 28/1/17 Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp after the match Action Images via Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
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English Premier League side Liverpool announced plans Wednesday that will see the first team leave their long-time training base in Melwood and move to a redeveloped site in Kirkby, where their youth academy is located.Redeveloping Melwood, elevated to Liverpool's first-team training center under former manager Bill Shankly in 1959, could provide about 160 houses in West Derby, Liverpool said on its website.Liverpool plan spend 50 million pound ($60 million) on the combined training center, redeveloping the existing facilities at the academy and converting the main pitch into an indoor one.
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