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Last Saturday, Liverpool FC Ambassador Gary McAllister visited the Berlin Wall Memorial on Friday (28th July) to pay tribute to those who lost their lives as a consequence of the East German border regime.

The Ambassador had the opportunity to learn about the history of the area.

Gary was joined by LFC Legend Patrick Berger for a tour of the site, guided by Klausmeier, the director of the Berlin Wall Foundation, before the pair laid a floral tribute on behalf of the Club at the Window of Remembrance.Follow us on Social Media

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