Liverpool Release Glossary Of What Virgil Van Dijk Really Means !
Friday, 6th Oct 2017 07:39
With still three months to go before Liverpool can persue Virgil Van Dijk officially, that is of course if they haven't already been accused of unsettling him again, Liverpool have put out a glossary to help their supporters understand what the Dutch defender really means.
Liverpool supporters were once again salivating over a few throw away comments from Virgil Van Dijk last week, however Liverpool have been concerned that some of their supporters have not really understood what he is saying.
The problem is that with so many of their supporters having been no nearer to Merseyside than the Beatles section of their local CD store it is so easy for Liverpool's biggest supporter ever who naturally resides somewhere in the Far East to misinterpret what the Dutchman is saying.
We at TUI have managed to get a sneak preview of the book and we now bring you some excerpts, however we must warn you that the content is graphic and contains total sycophancy so readers who may be easily offended should turn the page now.
" I want to test myself at the highest level" - I want to play for Jergun Klopp and Liverpool desperately
"I want to play Champions League football" - I think that there is only one English team in the Champions League and that is Liverpool
"Whilst I remain a Saints player I will give 100%" - I want to leave for Liverpool
"We will see what happens in January" - I want to leave for Liverpool now and FIFA should amend their rules for me "
"I'm not a spoilt brat" - Of course I'm a spoilt brat I want to go to Liverpool now
"It's not about the money I really want to work with Jergun Klopp" - It's all about money Klopp will be gone by Xmas anyway
"I have just signed a new six year deal at Southampton for twice the money Liverpool offered me " - I want to leave for Liverpool and I would play for them for free"
"Big Mac and fries to go please" - I want to play for Liverpool
"Good morning Postie" - I really love Liverpool they are the biggest club in the World
"Pass me the salt please" - I love Liverpool
" I want to play for Liverpool" - I want to really play for Manchester United but Mourinho won't have me"
"Atchoo" - Pardon me I love Liverpool
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