March 13, 1945
Like other senior clubs, Liverpool F.C. are looking ahead to post-war requirements. Their negotiations with Prescot Cables are only one indication. Another comprehensive scheme they have in mind, though it may be some time before it comes to fruition, involves the erection of a new gymnasium, probably in one corner of the car park outside the directors’ entrance. It has been felt for some time that the existing one, under the main stand, has hardly been in keeping with the club’s standing, and certainly not sufficient for post-war needs. The new building would be a light and airy one, embodying all the latest improvements and apparatus.
(Liverpool Daily Post: March 13, 1945)