MOYES OPEN TO GROUNDSHARE

Everton boss David Moyes has admitted he would be open to sharing a stadium with rivals Liverpool.

The Scot revealed both clubs could move into a new ground together but admitted it's unlikely to happen.

"I'd take a shared stadium, because I think Everton need it probably more than Liverpool - although it's not in our culture to share stadiums," Moyes said.

Goodison Park, Everton's current home, is one of the oldest stadiums used in the Premier League and the Toffees have long been linked with a move to a new ground, as have the Reds.

Posted on 22/06/2012