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Well done Joao Carlos & Nacho! It's a pleasure see you put a smile on the face of the diseased children! hope this events keep on being encouraged by the Academy and Alder Hey! Keep going so LFC! YNWA JCT & Nacho!!
rosso76
20th Nov 2012 10:06
cestip
20th Nov 2012 12:37
"We all appreciate what you do to bring happiness into some children's lives.We'll done, lads. "
classANDsuccess
20th Nov 2012 14:24
"Doing this so often, not just at Christmas and getting the youngest players involved makes me so proud. They'll learn how LFC isn't just a football club. Brilliant work!"
Me79
29th Nov 2012 14:39
"rosso76 'Diseased children!!!' I am the dad of the mentioned Freddy in the article, and certainly wouldnt refer to him, or any of the other children being treated by the fabulous staff at Alder Hey as a 'diseased child!!' Please think carefully about the words you use!!"