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Last Updated: Tuesday, 3 August, 2004, 08:31 GMT 09:31 UK
Thais revive Liverpool bid
Liverpool's Anfield ground and badge
The consortium is still courting potential investors
A Thai media tycoon has insisted his consortium is still interested in purchasing a 30% stake in Liverpool.

The Anfield club's chief executive Rick Parry said talks with the group had gone "pretty quiet".

But Paiboon Damrongchaitham, chairman of GMM Grammy entertainment, said that was a "misunderstanding" and discussions were ongoing.

Damrongchaitham has been speaking to potential investors in order to raise the estimated 66m required.

An earlier Thai offer - from Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra - collapsed after a public outcry in Thailand.

Thaksin had wanted his administration to invest 63m for a 30% stake in the Anfield club

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