Peter Moore became Liverpool’s latest chief executive in June 2017, introducing a new mantra of “local heartbeat, global pulse.”
The 63-year-old businessman, who previously worked at Microsoft and EA Sports, was born in Liverpool and is currently doing an excellent job in his hometown.
“Our pulse is global, our heart is local; and you’ll never walk alone is both our anthem and our rallying cry.”
Liverpool are still yet to win a Premier League title but, after strengthening their squad over the summer, currently sit top of the table after four outings.
BBC pundit Alan Shearer thinks a two-horse title race between Liverpool and Manchester City will go “to the wire.”
“There is little doubt that Liverpool’s time is coming,” wrote Alan Shearer in the Sun.
“Not just to win a trophy but to make a serious challenge for the Premier League title again.
“We are told four games is too early to judge the title credentials of any side – but I disagree because Liverpool are already showing theirs.
“It is a hell of an ask to beat City to the title but I can see a really exciting two-horse race going to the wire.”
PETER MOORE’S ‘AMAZING GESTURE’
Liverpool’s CEO and his Californian partner Debbie got married on Friday.
In order to fund the purchase of a neonatal cot, the couple asked all the guests to donate money to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.
Such an amazing gesture from some of our biggest supporters. Thank you @PeterMooreLFC and Debbie and congratulations on your big day!! 💒🔔🤵👰 #amazingsupport #amazingpeople #thankyou #congratulations #weddingbells https://t.co/Yo0UCiBHXA
— 🏥 Alder Hey Children's Hospital (@AlderHey) September 4, 2018
We couldn't be prouder of everything you do for the children and their families of this city, region and beyond. @AlderHey has brought hope and healing to millions over the decades, and we couldn't be happier to help support you in anyway we can…❤️👶
— Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) September 4, 2018
A truly beautiful gesture by Peter Moore and his new wife.
In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, Moore had previously revealed that his mother was a nurse at Alder Hey hospital.
Liverpool’s CEO also recently tweeted the club’s official fan group in Kerala, following a devastating monsoon season.
Dear @KeralaReds Our international supporters liaison team will be in contact to see what we can do to help. Thank you for reaching out, and please know that all of us here @LFC are thinking about you in this time of extreme difficulty #YNWA https://t.co/UJzscZZS6Y
— Peter Moore (@PeterMooreLFC) August 17, 2018
“Dear @KeralaReds Our international supporters liaison team will be in contact to see what we can do to help,” tweeted Moore.
“Thank you for reaching out, and please know that all of us here @LFC are thinking about you in this time of extreme difficulty #YNWA”
Moore has been a major success on Merseyside since replacing Ian Ayre in 2017.