Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’ perky little penthouse pad on top of its Unity building on the Liverpool waterfront (AJ 01.03.07) could have been specially designed for a Premiership footballer, with its astronomical price-tag, brilliant views and top-of-the-pile exclusivity. And with a recent salary survey showing that wages in the Premiership now total £1 billion, who can blame the practice for wanting a slice of that. One can imagine the daydreaming in the office as to which soccer ...
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