…is coming back to Liverpool in December because it's where his family still live and because Serie A has a winter break and not because he's going to beg Ian Ayre to give him a job.
a little bit of liverpool fc
Like an actual little physical bit of the club? I'm honestly not sure how that'd work. Maybe a bit of grass from Melwood or some of Jordan Henderson's hair? Either way, have you tried the club shop?
are liverpool changing kit next season
It's a given these days that clubs change their kit every season. A decade ago, barring a sponsor change or logo redesign, you could count on a home kit lasting at least two years. These days, though, it's one and done for home, away, and alternate kits, so there is certainly going to be a new set for 2015-16. It's probably even already in the works.
There will also be a change from Warrior to New Balance, with Warrior's parent company taking over for the remainder of the club's current kit deal, which runs through the 2017-18 season.
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Well they can't have him because he's ours to be linked to in saecula saeculorum.
We're really more fans of red hotsex around here. For obvious reasons.
Well, that seems a little broad. Though in the ancient world it wasn't, not to the same extent. In ancient Greece it referred only to the characteristics that plants, animals, and their environment developed on their own, without human interference. Later, adopted into Latin by the Romans, it took on a slightly wider meaning, becoming a word to describe those innate qualities—those natural qualities—of all things.
Now, though, nature can encompass any number of concepts beyond its original usage, from global ecosystems to the interaction of subatomic particles to beauty to weather to life. So. Nature. You're going to have to be a little more specific.
is reus determined to come to liverpool
I'd like to imagine he is, so let's go with yes on that one.
will hughes liverpool first option
There were rumours a year ago that as part of Andre Wisdom's Derby County loan, Liverpool had secured a right of first refusal for 19-year-old midfielder Will Hughes. The idea was that if some other club came along and offered eleventy billion dollars for Hughes and Derby accepted, they would be required to notify Liverpool, giving the Reds a chance to match the offer and leaving it up to the player to decide where he wanted to go.
Since then, though, there's been next to no talk on the Will Hughes to Liverpool front, and even if Liverpool did have such an option on the player, it's difficult to imagine a scenario where, cause or no, if Liverpool wanted the player they wouldn't be given the chance to match another club's bid.
Sounds about right.