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2002 Liverpool Legends XI Jamaica Tour
Home Player Shirt
|The Liverpool Legends XI travelled to Jamaica and played an exhibition match in August 2008. Historically, Jamaica has a close relationship with England in respect of black slavery in the old days as well as the export of rum wine. Liverpool and Jamaica Football also has a relatedness from former player John Barnes, who was born in Jamaica and played for Liverpool & England. John Barnes even became the coach of Jamaica National Football team in 2008.|
|The shirt has golden embroidered Liverbird club crest and embroidered words "Liverpool Legends Jamaica 2002".
Moreover, the shirt bears sponsor logo "Wray & Nephew" on the front side of the shirt as well as one of the sleeves.
Wray & Nephew is a Jamaican wine brand with famous rum wines produce.
|Liverpool Legends XI
2002 Jamaica Tour Player Shirt - This Legends XI shirt is a very unique shirt. It's manufactured by a brand called Calvo. The design of the shirt is based on the 1977-1982 v-neck home shirt.
|Details of the Liverpool Legends VS Jamaica Legends match are as follows:-|
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