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Jurgen Klopp: Inspiring things

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Judging by the first two photos Skrtel Milk has posted above, yer man Moreno likes himself a good hugging.

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Judging by the first two photos Skrtel Milk has posted above, yer man Moreno likes himself a good hugging.

Can't fault a man that gives good hug.

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He's certainly inspired me to opt for the Stu Monty subscription package so that I can read the full match reports. Would have opted for a bigger package if I didn't have the equivalent amount left in my bank account

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Judging by the first two photos Skrtel Milk has posted above, yer man Moreno likes himself a good hugging.

 

You're avatar has got me thinking, Anubis...

 

I wonder whether we might call Jurgen... "Der Ein Ronnie".

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