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Double Vision: Manchester United and Liverpool Footballers Star in Chevrolet Commercial [VIDEO]

giggs henderson 600x317 Double Vision: Manchester United and Liverpool Footballers Star in Chevrolet Commercial [VIDEO]

Footballers from Manchester United and Liverpool star in a new commercial from Chevrolet, the US car maker who is a sponsor of both American-owned football clubs.

In the bizarre video, footballers such as Ryan Giggs, Jordan Henderson, Rio Ferdinand, Joe Allen, Paul Scholes, Jonjo Shelvey, Robin van Persie and Glen Johnson star.

I think we need to take a pause and reflect on what it means to have Liverpool and Manchester United agreeing to be in the same soccer commercial. How does it make Manchester United and Liverpool supporters feel that these two clubs that hate each other have teamed up to generate money together?

While the rivalry between Liverpool and Manchester United is intense among supporters, we need to realize that most of these footballers are friends. Joe Allen and Ryan Giggs have played together for Wales. Glen Johnson, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes and Jordan Henderson have teamed up at different times for England.

Manchester United plays Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday, January 13.

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3 Responses to Double Vision: Manchester United and Liverpool Footballers Star in Chevrolet Commercial [VIDEO]

  1. coloneldickweed says:

    Actually thought it was pretty cool…and I love Liverpool. Reminds me of the old NBA commercials where they’d have rivals doing a split screen.

  2. Daniel says:

    just glad Gerrard wasn’t caught up in that drivel…He fancies Range Rover instead of Suburbans anyways.

  3. FCAsheville says:

    ESPN’s Manchester commercial laughs at this pathetic attempt.

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