22 Mar '11, 9pm

TODAYonline | Sports | Liverpool to visit Malaysia in July, say sources via @TODAYonline

SINGAPORE - Liverpool Football Club's legion of fans in Singapore will have to travel to Kuala Lumpur if they want to catch their favourites in action, when the club visit Malaysia for a pre-season tour ahead of the 2011-12 Barclays Premier League campaign. Sources close to the club have informed Today that the Reds will be in the Malaysian capital on July 13. The visit to the Malaysian capital, and pre-season tune-up with possibly the Malaysian national team - the current ASEAN champions - will generate huge interest in the football-mad country, and here in Singapore, especially if new star signings Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll make the trip. The last time Liverpool, whose main sponsor is Standard Chartered, were in Singapore was in July 2009 and fans here will be disappointed the Reds will not have the Lion City pencilled down as a destination on their Asian tour schedul...

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