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We aren't here to play - we're here to win!

Fabio Borini was Brendan Rodgers' first signing when he took over as Liverpool manager in July 2012. The Italian striker started his senior career with Chelsea F.C. in 2009, has served Italy's national team since 2008 as an Under 17 player and will continue his career with Liverpool.

Warrior enters the world of soccer as the official uniform supplier of Liverpool and Liverpool prepares for battle. No longer do they come simply to play - they now come to dominate.

This is Liverpool's official new bold third jersey.

Liverpool's new third jersey has an embroidered Liverpool team badge and Warrior logo on front. There is an embroidered Liverpool flame logo on back.

Constructed of a unique blend of knit polyester and recycled polyester material, it keeps the elements out while letting sweat and moisture escape keeping players dry and comfortable. Four-way stretch mesh under arm panels for ventilation, comfort and ease of movement. Regular fit.

84/16 polyester/recycled enhanced polyester.

Liverpool is proud to wear the Liverbird on their chests. We are too. Join the ranks of Steven Gerrard and Craig Bellamy - commit fiercely to your team.


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