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New Liverpool CEO admits Anfield move is a “calling” after serving final day at EA

Date Posted,April 19, 2017

Liverpool’s new chief executive Peter Moore admits his move to Anfield is a “calling” – rather than a new job.

The 62-year-old will start working with the Reds in June, replacing Ian Ayre at Anfield.

Moore, a Liverpool-born businessman, is serving his final day at gaming giant Electronic Arts, brining a decade of service to an end.

He has taken to social media to pen a tribute to his current employers, reports the Liverpool Echo.

“These are the words that I have dreaded writing for weeks now, following the announcement of my appointment as CEO of Liverpool FC,” he writes.

“I am leaving behind thousands of great memories that comprise the career journey of a lifetime.”

Moore goes on to recall his days in the gaming industry – he spent time with Sega and Microsoft before moving to EA – but believes he can now look forward to his new role at Anfield.

“I shall miss everything about this industry each day henceforth,” he adds.

“I move on now, not to a job, but more of a calling. With one more crank of the self-invention wheel, I am taking on a new and unique challenge, one that’s

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