Liverpool throws € 60M on the ground

The sports city is built in an area known as Windy Harbor and generates atmospheric conditions that are not very suitable for training in winter because of the wind.

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Barely four months have passed since Liverpool changed the location of their sports city. After 70 years at Melwood, where the first team trained and the rest of the lower categories did not, the 'red' team unified the entire club at the Kirkby facilities thanks to an investment of 60 million euros. The AXA Training Center, named for a commercial agreement, opened its doors in November ... and so far it has not been a success in the first staff.

According to The Sun, Jürgen Klopp's footballers have complained of excess wind, a situation that was also predictable. The sports city is built in an area known as Windy Harbor and generates atmospheric conditions that are not very suitable for training in winter due to the wind.

At the AXA Training Center, Liverpool footballers have three full football fields, two gyms, a swimming pool, hydrotherapy suites and even beach volleyball courts, but the strong wind is causing the rejection of the squad.



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