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Never Alone

Inter Milan probably already regret selling Coutinho to Liverpool in January 2013. The Brazilian starlet is a classic playmaking No. 10, blessed with otherworldly skill on the ball and flair in abundance. He uses his vision and understanding of the game to cripple defensive gameplans with ease. Alongside Steven Gerrard, Coutinho is the creative force behind Brendan Rodgers' Reds and is the name fans will be singing at Anfield for many seasons to come. Whether setting up teammates for a goal or grabbing the glory himself the young Brazilian, once thought to be the future of the Nerrazzurri, is now a Liverpool leading man.

has played at Liverpool for his entire 15-year career. Undoubtedly, he will go down as one of the greatest players to ever put on the storied shirt.

Bold jersey for Liverpool, the new official Warrior Liverpool Third Jersey is a bold combo of black, white and purple.

Liverpool's team badge, Warrior logo and sponsor design is at the front.

Unique collar design with purple/white inserts.

Features War-Tech, Warrior's signature apparel technology system to keep fans and players dry and comfortable.


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