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Liverpool Marketing Department Obviously Struggling To Come To Terms With Loss Of Luis Suarez (Photo)

By Chris Wright

As spotted draped at Anfield yesterday’s pre-season friendly fixture against Borussia Dortmund, it would appear that Liverpool’s marketing department are having a bit of trouble letting a certain somebody go…

That counts as “football activity”, doesn’t it?

He’s gone lads, okay? You need to come to terms with it. You have Rickie Lambert now.

As for the game itself, Liverpool won 4-0 in emphatic style - a bevy of impressive goals (including one from Dejan Lovren on his debut) seeing off their Bundesliga opponents…

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By Chris on August 11th, 2014 in Barcelona, Funnies, Liverpool, Newsnow, Transfers & Rumours. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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6 Responses to “Liverpool Marketing Department Obviously Struggling To Come To Terms With Loss Of Luis Suarez (Photo)”

  1. dannyormsby says:

    You idiot that picture has been up for ages now well before there was any inkling that he was leavin you really are idiotic sp much so that i really like your articles just for the laughs keep up the great work hahahaha

  2. dannyormsby says:

    #BANTZ

    • Elizabeth says:

      Simple answer. Get CAVANI to replace SUAREZ.and keep away from Balottelli
      who has already big problems with his legs and will be most of the time out of action. It will be a waste of money.

  3. Grant says:

    Touched a nerve, have we, Danny?

  4. david says:

    danny who is the most idiotic the writer or you for reading them

  5. Milkmeister says:

    @ David
    Or the guy who called the author the ‘writer’.

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