Peter Moore confirms advisory role with Wrexham project
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Peter Moore confirms advisory role with Wrexham project

Liverpool are a famous side aren’t they? We’re known all over the world for our former glories and current ones. We’ve been involved in games so wild Hollywood couldn’t write them. Speaking of Hollywood, former Liverpool chief Peter Moore has confirmed he’ll be an adviser at Wrexham following Ryan Reynolds and ROb McElhenney’s takeover.

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Peter Moore bio

Liverpool born businessman Peter Moore has had a successful career.

He has worked at the top level of various industries, heading up divisions for Reebok, Sega, Microsoft and EA.

Most recently he was CEO of Liverpool, serving at the helm for three years from 2017 until August of this year.

Billy Hogan stepped up to replace Moore, the Scouser having presided over the most successful period in the club’s modern history.

Peter Moore to join Wrexham

Peter Moore confirmed on Twitter this weekend that he will be acting as an adviser for Wrexham.

Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds and Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney are owners-elect of the North Walian side having been backed by the supporters’ trust this month.

The ex-Reds CEO will not be a full time employee but he will be supporting the new owners as they look to get the club back on track.

Moore said on Twitter that he wants to give back to the club having supported them in the 70s.

What RTK has to say

Peter Moore supporting Wrexham is lovely news.

Although they’re semi-local-semi-rivals they are still a big side and it is sad to see how far they’ve fallen in recent years, hopefully this revolution will see a change of fortunes for the club.

If there’s anyone who can help right the ship it’s Peter Moore, he enjoyed great success at Liverpool and throughout his career. Fingers crossed this is just his latest success.

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