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Bill Kenwright has angered Liverpool fans by claiming Reds’ owner John W Henry may consider a ground-share with Everton.

Kopites have always been totally opposed to the idea of moving in with their neighbours and bitter rivals.

But Kenwright says he understands Henry is prepared to discuss the idea of building a new stadium in conjunction with the Blues.

“I’m led to believe John Henry is willing to discuss it,” said the Everton chairman.

Kenwright made the claim during what he thought was a confidential meeting with three fans from the Blue Union supporters’ group and is angry that they have published details of their three-and-a-half hour talk.

Kenwright also lifted the lid on the abuse he has suffered, revealing he has had death threats because he backed David Moyes.

“I’ve survived three periods of death threats not to sack him,” he said. “I’ve had the s**t in the post, I’ve had the wreath, I’ve had: ‘We know where your mother lives’.”

Kenwright also admitted the banks won’t let the club borrow anymore money for players.

But he added that there were four players Everton would not sell.

“You know the four players we don’t dare sell,” he said. “Baines, Jagielka, Fellaini and Tim Howard.”

Source: Mirror

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