Club `growing steadily` despite `not being overly rich`: Werner
London: Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has said that although the club does not have the resources that Chelsea and Manchester City has, he feels that the club is growing steadily.
According to the Mirror, Werner expressed that there was nothing like a goal scored at Anfield and it feels like the whole place is levitating, adding that to have been there when Liverpool beat Manchester United this season, was one of the great afternoons of his life.
Even as Liverpool`s stock rises again in English football, there are a few who fear they are the poor relation to the Boston Red Sox in the priorities of their owners, the report said.
However, Werner said that he is very honoured and proud of their stewardship of Liverpool Football Club, as it is one of the great iconic clubs in all of sport, adding that he is just trying to do his best, as is John Henry, to bring more silverware to that amazing trophy cabinet at Anfield.
He said that it was funny when people said that because they had made an acquisition at the Red Sox, the club would not have enough money to make an acquisition at Liverpool.