2018-19 Champions League Away player shirt short sleeve № Mohamed
Salah - not now good image
2018-19 Champions League Away player shirt short sleeve № 10 Sadio
Mane (Day of atonement) - not now good image
|| 2018-19 Away players
Manufacturer: New Balance (made in Philippines)
Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, BetVictor, Western Union
Years worn: 2018
Kits staff: Kit management co-ordinator: Lee Radcliffe, Kit
In this design away shirt (poppy badge) Liverpool played in away Champions League
match versus Red Star Belgrade, 0-2, 06.11.2018, at Anfield.
Not know more people which to watch this Champions League match in Belgrade versus
Red Star to paid attention that on shirts Liverpool players have badges, and it is not
clear what it covers. Commentators of the match from Russia said nothing about it. It's
later, I realized that it was for the action, thanks to Michael Yip.
Interesting fact: Before away
match versus Red Star Belgrade, 6 November all liverpool players will in shirt with
stikers "Day of atonement" But when start match, this stikers was on shirts
Alisson Becker and Sadio Mane.
On left photo Sadio Mane with
stiker "Day of atonement" on third shirt, in right image you canto see, what on
Sadio Mane shirt absents this stiker.
Only Liverpool goalkeeper
Alisson Becker played in shirt with stiker "Day of atonement" full match.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp,
also have on training stadium jacket stiker "Day of atonement", but only his
sign was pasted correctly, not like the rest, upside down, funny. As they say in Russia
"wanted as better, and it turned out as always (bad)".
|| PIN Why was Jurgen Klopp
wearing a purple pin badge in Liverpool’s Champions League match?
6th November 2018
Eagle-eyed viewers noticed the Liverpool boss wearing a lilac-coloured pin
It’s that time of year again, isn’t it?
The weather’s turned colder, we briefly pretend to care about Halloween and
everyone’s talking about poppies.
Poppies, eh? For some, it’s a quiet sign of Remembrance. To others, it’s an
icon of Brexit nationalism.
To us, it’s a reason to remember that James McClean is still a footballer who
Much like in Great Britain and the countries of Commonwealth, Armistice Day is
celebrated in Serbia, where it has been a statutory holiday since 2012.
Difference is, their chosen emblem is the Natalie’s Ramonda, or the Ramonda
nathaliae, which is a a lilac coloured flower that grows in Serbia and is considered a
symbol of the Serbian Army’s struggle during World War I.
So, for those of you wondering, that’s what Jurgen Klopp was wearing in Liverpool’s
match against Red Star Belgrade this evening.
Many eagle-eyed viewers noticed the Reds boss sporting the pin on his coat in the
away clash, while Sadio Mane and Alisson wore the jersey version.
Pin-badges or not, the Reds suffered a shock defeat in Serbia, with two goals from
Milan Pavkov handing Red Star the win to make their Champions League group rather tasty.
A win would’ve given Liverpool a four-point advantage at the top of Group C, but
Napoli and Paris St-Germain now have a real opportunity of overtaking last season’s
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