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    If this materialises, this may mean further investment into the city from the Chinese. Shanghai Tower may be be built and futher investment in Liverpool Waters.

    The rapid-transit Merseyrail I keep on about would then be vital to link the stadia, Liverpool Waters, the airport, city centre and Wirral Waters.

    The city should be more accommodating and think ahead. Rapid-transit is big in China. They will have the biggest metro in the world soon in Shanghai



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    What if the Syrian gets the club ?

    Plus I thought u was against the Liverpool waters project

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