Plane carrying Liverpool FC’s managing owner Mike Gordon skids off runway

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Emerging reports have claimed that Liverpool managing owner Michael Gordon has escaped unhurt after his plane skidded off the runway at Liverpool John Lennon Airport on Wednesday morning, December 11.

The reports stated that Gordon was en-route to Anfield for a pre-arranged meeting when the incident happened. The Fenway Sports Group president and the three crew on board were unhurt, while the airport was temporarily closed.

Earlier, The Herald reported that Liverpool were not allowed to reach their free flowing stride as they faced a resilient Sheffield United in the first match of Game-Week 7 of the English Premiere League.

Sadio Mane had the chance to get his half-century EPL goal in the first half of the game but squandered the chance. Mo Salah came one-on-one against a Henderson who had been impressive all afternoon and again did enough to stop the Egyptian ace.

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A well struck volley from Geoginio Wijnaldum crept through the waiting hands of Sheffield United’s number one, Dean Henderson was enough to seal the win for the visitors.

Sheffield United had a few chances of their own when Clarke puts his shot over the goal from the 18 yard box. James Milner came on for Jordan Henderson and Alex Oxalade Chamberlain came off the bench with one minute to go. At the end of 90+5 minutes it finished Sheffield United 0 – 1 Liverpool.

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