During discussions on here the wealth of other clubs gets mentioned as a comparison to what Liverpool have to compete against. Must admit my eyes were opened tonight to see the stadium that the U23 City v Liverpool game was played in. The commonwealth games was a gift to City. As much as I am still seeing very bullish talk about Everton plan's for Bramley dock. I really struggle to see how they can afford to finance their plans even with the council acting as a 2/3 guarantor for any loans. Pictures below are some mock up's of how the stadium might have looked if the Commonwealth Games had been awarded to Liverpool. Birmingham got the nod for 2022. Of course my thinking could be completely wrong, if the next television deal further increases massively the wealth of teams that need only to be in the Premier League to generate massive income. If Liverpool do not announce expansion plans for Anfield Road this autumn I will be very unimpressed as to me it makes no sense not to further expand the ground.