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2014-15 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 8 Steven Gerrard (printed Seeing is Believing)  -  not now good image

    2014-15 Home players shirt

  Manufacturer: Warrior

  Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, PT Garuda Indonesia

  Years worn: 2015

  In this home shirt (printed Seeing is Believing) Liverpool played in home Premier League match versus Tottenham Hotspur, 3-2, 10.02.2015, at Anfield.

  Liverpool played in this design home shirt in only one home Premier League match versus Tottenham Hotspur (10.02.2015). Will also supporter company for win and to buy home shirt in auctions. In first shirt with printed Seeing is Believing was used Liverpool in home Premier League match versus Chelsea (08.05.2012). This third season when Liverpool F C, Standart Chartered and Seeing is Believing spend this the action.

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  Richard Meddings, group finance director at Standard Chartered and chairman of Seeing is Believing says: "Seeing is Believing has received incredibly strong support from Liverpool F C fans in the past, raising more than J100,000 through the activities around the last two 'Perfect Match' games. We are very grateful for that support, which helps transform the lives of many individuals around the world by either preventing or curing avoidable blindness."


  Company logo in home shirt (top). 1st image: printed on home shirt "Seeing is Believing". 2nd image: printed on away goalkeeper shirt "Seeing is Believing".
  Interesting one, what two last seasons, print "Seeing is Believing", how on field, as on goalkeeper shirt was on colors identical. Here in this match print "Seeing is Believing" on home shirt, yellow-white, but print "Seeing is Believing" on away goalkeeper shirt, gray-white, why as. Else, if good to look on print "Seeing is Believing" on away goalkeeper shirt, can to see what print "Seeing is Believing" in a framework. If you have information, why such difference, please please contact us.

  Four Reds train with Merseyside Blind FC
  1st Feb 2015

  Four Liverpool first-team stars recently joined forces with players from Merseyside Blind FC for a special Melwood training session to raise awareness of 'Seeing is Believing', Standard Chartered's global charitable initiative.

  The campaign, driven by the Reds' main sponsor and supported by the club for the fourth successive year, aims to tackle avoidable blindness and transform the lives of children and adults across the world.

  Ahead of an upcoming fortnight of planned activity around the initiative, a group of Merseyside Blind FC footballers shared their unique skills with Steven Gerrard, Adam Lallana, Simon Mignolet and Mamadou Sakho.

  Overseen by the team's specialised coaches, the session at Liverpool's training base challenged the quartet of renowned Barclays Premier League professionals to test themselves under altogether different circumstances.

  Donning blindfolds, Gerrard and co were guided in the demands of passing and controlling the ball without sight, before attempting to successfully convert a penalty in the same fashion.

  Afterwards, the Reds captain said: "Training with the lads and coaches from Merseyside Blind FC's squad was fantastic and made for a really enjoyable afternoon.

  "They're all really talented players and it's amazing to see how they maximise their other senses in order to perform at their best."

  Roy Turnham, a Merseyside Blind FC player and Team GB participant at the 2012 Paralympic Games, said: "It was such an amazing opportunity for me and the team to visit Melwood and get the chance to train with Gerrard, Sakho, Lallana and Mignolet. It's something that will stay with us all for life.

  "On behalf of the squad, I would like to thank Liverpool FC and Standard Chartered for inviting us along to Melwood and hosting us for a very special afternoon to raise awareness for such a great cause."

  The training session formed part of Standard Chartered's ongoing 'Seeing is Believing' campaign, which the bank has now been supporting for more than a decade.

  There are 39 million blind people worldwide, yet in eight out of 10 cases blindness can be avoided, and 90 per cent of avoidable blindness occurs in the developing world and affects many communities where the organisation operates.

  But through simple treatments and affordable surgeries, this initiative aims to benefit not only those who receive care but also their families, and is one of the most cost-effective health interventions - a cataract operation, for example, costs as little as Ј20.

  David Fein, group general counsel at Standard Chartered and the chairman of 'Seeing is Believing', commented: "It's great to have the support of the Liverpool players and the local community to help raise awareness of our 'Seeing is Believing' initiative.

  "This is an issue which has a huge impact on many individuals' lives across the world, which is why it remains close to people's heart, as it does ours."

  For the fourth consecutive year, Liverpool will replace the Standard Chartered logo on their shirts with 'Seeing is Believing' when Tottenham Hotspur visit Anfield on Tuesday February 10, to again raise awareness of the campaign.

  Five limited edition player jerseys from the Premier League game will subsequently be signed and made available for supporters to bid on in a week-long eBay auction to generate funds for the initiative.

  All donations will be matched by Standard Chartered, making the fixture the 'Perfect Match' - with the club and main sponsor coming together to back an important worldwide cause.

  For more information on the 'Seeing is Believing' initiative and to make a donation now, click here to visit the campaign's official website.

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  Bid in limited edition LFC shirt auction
  16th Feb 2015

  Five limited edition, signed 'Seeing is Believing' Liverpool shirts are currently available in an online auction to raise money for Standard Chartered's global charitable initiative.

  For the fourth consecutive year, the Reds switched the logo on their jersey to the 'Seeing is Believing' emblem during last Tuesday's 3-2 home win against Tottenham Hotspur.

  The game was the latest 'Perfect Match', bringing the club and main sponsor together to generate awareness and support for a worldwide campaign that aims to tackle avoidable blindness.

  In eight out of 10 cases, blindness can be prevented or treated with simple treatments and affordable surgeries and it is one of the most cost-effective health interventions.

  Standard Chartered's backing for the cause has been helping to transform lives for more than a decade, and now a special Liverpool-related auction can play a part in the initiative.

  The 'Seeing is Believing' shirts from the Spurs victory of match-winner Mario Balotelli, Emre Can, captain Steven Gerrard, Lazar Markovic and Daniel Sturridge can now be bid on via eBay.

  Supporters have until Friday February 20 to enter the auction for any of the five jerseys, with all proceeds going to 'Seeing is Believing' and all donations matched by Standard Chartered.

  Click here to visit the eBay auction, browse the items from a memorable night under the floodlights at Anfield and make a bid before the closing time.

  For more information on the 'Seeing is Believing' initiative and to make a donation now, click here to visit the campaign's official website.

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  On auction eBay sale 5 Liverpool home shirts with printed Seeing is Believing and signed Liverpool tplayer. Auction start 13 Febryary in 00:05 and end 20 Febryary in 00:05, 2015.

  Auctions have ended with the following results:

  Steven Gerrard - bids for J18,266,00

  Emre Can - bids for J3,600.00

  Daniel Sturridge - bids for J3,320,00

  Lazar Markovic - bids for J3,225,35

  Mario Balotelli - bids for J3,000,00

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