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It Is Only A Handshake?

It Is Only A Handshake?

Saturday lunchtime could be a lively couple of hours.

When Liverpool arrive at Old Trafford the old emotions are always a little raw.

If I`m being honest one of my favourite memories of United v Liverpool clashes was when Gary Neville ran the length of the pitch to show his affection for the United badge, superb stuff!

But, this Saturday, we`re all aware that the eyes of the nation will be on the coming together of Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez for the first time since Suarez was punished for his racial insults.

Suarez returned from his eight match ban against Spurs, in midweek, and made an instant impression, on Scott Parker, with a horrendous challenge that saw him lucky to stay on the pitch. In hindsight a red card might have removed all the tension surrounding the furore over the pre-match handshake ritual they`re expected outperform prior to the kick-off.

You see, whilst the FA agreed to sidestep the issue when John Terry and Anton Ferdinand returned to face each other, we`re led to believe that will not be the case when the teams meet this Saturday, so keep those eyes on affairs, will they / won`t they!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday February 8 2012
Time: 12:55PM

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Of course they will. Stop being a prat Red Boy.
Bluedub
08/02/2012 14:58:00
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what was that bluedub you ****?
united4life
12/02/2012 00:02:00
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