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Monday, April 14, 2014

Chief steward's daughter gets Liverpool jersey




The 17-year-old, who had captured the attention of many when she posted heartbreaking tweets on the disappearance of Andrew, a Liverpool fan, yesterday received a heartwarming gift in the form of a Liverpool jersey, signed by the club's manager and players.

On her Twitter account yesterday, she expressed her appreciation to three Malaysian Liverpool fans who had flown to the club's home ground, Anfield, to get the jersey signed by the team.

The fans had watched Liverpool play a match against Tottenham Hotspurs and got the jersey signed.

Maira, who dedicated the gift to her father, also uploaded a photo of her wearing the jersey, which bore Andrew's name.

She wrote: "Dear Liverpool, I want you to know that I have received this gift from you.
"Big thanks to the three Malaysian Liverpool fans who actually went through a few obstacles to just get this jersey signed by Liverpool players and their manager!"

Maira said she would frame the jersey and dedicated it to her father.
"Dad, this is for you. I bet you're the happiest person on earth right now.

"May Liverpool always be on top of the chart, and hope you will win this season for daddy, for us, and for the fans. God bless and thank you so much! I could not ask for more."

Maira also felt that her father would have been proud of the club, which beat Manchester City 3-2 yesterday to move a step closer to winning the Premier League title.
"Liverpool is truly a family," she wrote.

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