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Peter Moore leaves EA to lead Liverpool FC

After a decade working as a Manager in the sports division of Electronic Arts, Peter Moore will leave the company this summer to take a somewhat surprising position: it will be the general manager of Liverpool FC, soccer team in the English Premier League now same trains Jürgen Klopp and owned by the company, Fenway Sports Group (owners of the Boston Red Sox (, the baseball team), and will replace Ian Ayre, the current CEO of Liverpool that Fenway has decided to do without this week after the defeat in front of the Leicester League.

Peter Moore appointed as #LFC’s chief executive officer.

Full statement: https://t.co/cXj29GwRS4 pic.twitter.com/pKgiULrgGB

-Liverpool FC (@LFC) February 27, 2017

Moore, who was born in the own Liverpool and that always has been declared a staunch fan of the reds, even to joke at the last E3 José Mourinho, coach of Manchester United, with a «when you come to Anfield you will learn how to play soccer» to which Mou responded with a gesture completely expressionless, as everything he did in that Act of promotion.

Andrew Wilson, the CEO of EA and a supporter of Chelsea FC, has issued a statement that thanked Moore for this decade of fanatical devotion to the cause and spread your happiness by new since Peter, called “friend for life”, will be from June.

The career of Peter Moore had already been linked to the sport in several ways: he was for some years Professor of physical education and worked for twenty years in the sports brand Rebook before coming to Sega, move to Microsoft and finally ending in EA because I wanted to move with her children to San Francisco Bay. His 61, may that Peter Moore holds this summer from his life’s work.

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