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Liverpool Preseason Tour of U.S. Looks Unlikely

The likelihood of Liverpool playing any pre-season friendlies in North America lessened today with Canada’s National Post newspaper reporting that Liverpool will be embarking on a tour of the Far East to play several friendlies this summer.

It’s been a couple of years since Liverpool’s last tour of North America. However this summer, the tour will likely begin in Japan before presumably moving into China and Thailand (where Liverpool is particularly huge).

Read more about the story here.


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