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Suarez rejects Liverpool Care Pathway

The Liverpool Care Pathway, developed to support footballers near to advertising death, is meant to offer a peaceful and dignified transfer.

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Posted: Aug 11th, 2013
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Football widow refuses to wear black armband

A Liverpool football widow has caused outrage by refusing to wear a black armband in her husband’s match day absences.

Despite demands from Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers and senior club officials, Mrs Doris Whittaker 69, has steadfastly refused to comply with requests to show respect for other football widows throughout the UK. Mrs Whittaker was given the armband during a Saturday afternoon shopping trip to Tesco where other football widows sported the armbands with pride.

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Posted: Nov 8th, 2012
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Liverpool manager Dalglish sacked after no reversal of fortunes

Kenny Dalglish was sacked by Liverpool FC’s US owners following a miserable run of form, which has seen the Reds lose against arch rivals Man United, fail to score, and have their captain sent off in every match.

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Posted: Jan 11th, 2011
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Benitez ‘guarantees’ early Champions League exit next season

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has dismissed media speculation that Liverpool will fail to finish fourth in the Premiership and thus earn the right to crash out of the Champions League next October.

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Posted: Jan 27th, 2010
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David Moyes declared tactical genius after fielding three adverts to confuse Liverpool defence

5816734Everton manager David Moyes already looks set to win February’s Manager of the Month award following his inspired substitutions at the end of the FA cup replay against Liverpool. With only a couple of minutes of extra time remaining, and his team favourites to lose a penalty shoot-out, Moyes substituted three players and put on a number of television commercials instead. Before anyone quite understood what was happening, Everton had scored the deciding goal.

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Posted: Feb 7th, 2009
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