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Dalglish and Liverpool players write letters to Father Christmas pleading for Luis Suarez

December 24, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Continuing their relentless campaign to see their abusive striker ‘freed’, Kenny Dalglish and his squad have sent off letters to Lapland in the hope that Father Christmas will be the one person on Earth who understands them.

They have come under criticism as they have not given up their support of the Uruguayan, despite his hefty ban and fine after being found guilty by the FA, and are apparently determined to try every means possible to clear Suarez’s name over the festive period.

Return to sender

Dalglish explained, “Luis is completely innocent. He wouldn’t even say bad things about Patrice Evra’s wife or mother.

“So he assures us at least.

“Me and the boys have sent our statements off to Santa in the hope that he will see reason and overturn the corrupt FA’s decision.

“We have to trust that he will see sense and let Luis off because I don’t think there’ll be enough time for us to whinge and appeal before he retires for another year.”

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  1. December 25, 2011 at 16:02

    This is such stupidity. Players will always trash talk. This is part of the game. I have one word for these clowns -grow up. The stuff that is said and done in the NFL is worse than this BS. If you can’t take the heat then stay out of the kitchen. What jessie Jackson said about my people the Jews is socially accpectable. Give me a break.

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