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sami hyypia
a true liverpool legend

hope one day he returns to liverpool fc

[#] sami played 464 games for lfc for 10 glorious years

Comments

Arv said…
a good player...

remember the recent years... a class act...

surely an anfield legend...

(he must surely be happy to read this coming from a United Faithful)
Cinderella. said…
Uffffffff.............
i cant beleive ppl blog about football too !!!
Standbymind said…
Awesome playa!!

and how r yaaaa budddy?
long time!
Ghost Particle said…
[arv] truly, i put him in the leagues of cantona and giggs, he is a legend, a good servant to the club. always happy during games to watch him play.

and only true fans know good players, no matter what team they are from, thanks bro.

[pallavini] i cant believe people blog about make-ups either. :P

[standby] bro bro, welcome back! :) how have you been. im cool here.

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