Friends Of Liverpool
Nice to see the return of Fabio Aurelio to Liverpool.
The injury-prone full-back is once again reunited with his Anfield team-mates as Roy Hodgson took a sensible decision to re-instate him in the Liverpool squad for the new season.
The Brazilian has been without a club since Rafa released him in May.
Despite Aurelio being without a club since then, he has continued to train and keep himself fit and he passed his medical at Melwood with flying colours, thus earning himself a new two year deal with Liverpool.
Who can forget his great free-kick against Man Utd in our famous victory against them last year.
Or his equally brilliant shot against Portsmouth in the 3-2 come-back at Fratton park in Feb 2009.
Yes, you are injury-prone Fabio, but I gladly welcome you back to Anfield, stay injury-free as often as you can mate.

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