Friends Of Liverpool

I had to do a double-take last evening when I was watching ‘Kop Talking’ on LFC TV.

There, before my eyes was someone who was, at first I thought was bad-boy Joey Barton currently serving a lengthy ban for kicking out at opponents in a football-match.

But when I looked again, it was none other than Scouse Ryan Lowe.

AFC Wimbledon player Ryan Lowe was among the guests as the panel discussed the prospects for the up-coming Season.

Ryan spoke well, calmly and intelligently discussing all things Liverpool.

But I couldn’t get over how much he resembles bad-boy Joey Barton of, ahem, Fleetwood Town, curiously on loan from QPR following yet another ban from the FA.

They may look similar but Ryan Lowe is a respectable, professional from Liverpool who does the City proud, not like a certain Mr Joey Barton.

This is a light-hearted article meant as such so chill folks.

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