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I Like It - Various - Liverpool Beat (Vinyl)


  1. Jun 29,  · Liverpool on Liverpool Title winners of 30 years ago give their verdicts on Jurgen Klopp's men Liverpool have had to wait 30 years between league titles.
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  3. Nov 01,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment I Like It · Nightcrawlers Let's Push It ℗ Final Vinyl Ltd Released on: Composer, .
  4. Jul 02,  · It was City who beat them then, in September , but the circumstances were very, very different. They did not have to give Liverpool a guard .
  5. Jun 25,  · “The best word I can say to describe this is: BOOM!” he said, looking straight into the TV camera and with a broad grin, after Liverpool beat Man City in March The reaction has turned.
  6. Adhesive Vinyl can come in all kinds of colors and finishes, but it will always have a paper backing and be sticky to the touch when that backing is peeled off. Heat Transfer Vinyl, on the other hand, does not have a paper seiwoodteasivanilozardcaldetangcook.xyzinfod, HTV, has a clear plastic carrier sheet that covers the top of the vinyl. The other side is where the adhesive is (it is not sticky or tacky to the touch.
  7. 1 day ago · Like, they were really incredibly focused to beat us. I saw their faces, the way they shout, the way they communicated, they way they won it and that’s why. They didn’t come hear to celebrate.
  8. Liverpool on Thursday won their first ever English Premier League title, and their first league title in 30 years, after Chelsea beat second-placed Manchester City at home. The result meant City, with 63 points, cannot catch up with Liverpool, who are on 86 points with seven games remaining for each team.
  9. Liverpool are different, they get it up to the front three and magic happens, like that last goal [against Palace]. That's what it's all about for Liverpool, they've got so much pace going forward.

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