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Jan 23, 2017

Liverpool FC celebrates Chinese New Year...by ditching football

Klopp lets Chinese fans giggle at his rusty table-tennis form; Brazilian duo lets boss win. Everyone's happy.

Klopp lets Chinese fans giggle at his rusty table-tennis form; Brazilian duo lets boss win. Everyone's happy.

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With 99.7 million followers in China, Liverpool FC wanted to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, Chinese-style. Now, Chinese football may be a bit of a national joke, but nobody's laughing at China in the table-tennis world.

To develop its connection to Chinese fans via a cultural...

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