Tribute to Liverpool – The story of Jordanian banks is all over the world, and clearly Liverpool wanted to pay tribute to their small and big fan. Before the long-awaited match against Manchester United (which later ended 4 to 2 for the Reds), the players went to the pitch to warm up wearing the No. 7 shirt named Jordan. The shirt of the Clifton Rangers of Blackpool, the team that played the Jordanian banks in the shirt.
Lightning near the door – The passion for football, Jordan, is huge. On Tuesday, although the weather was not good, he did not want to give up training. He was with his teammates on his pitch on Common Edge Road at 5 p.m. They were afraid of what would happen. Just as Jordan was passing, lightning struck near the football goal. Rescue, despair to the hospital, and then darkness. Jordan did not make it.
Family Decision – “He loved football, martial arts and even fashion,” Jordan’s dad said in a statement to the media. “His smile was contagious, special, I know it’s so for every parent, but he’s older than his age, we can talk for hours. Our world has stopped,” Matt Banks said. Jordan’s wife was authorized to remove his limbs along with his wife, Jenn: “The other three children thank him. That’s what he wants, we have no doubt.”
Several Premier League teams that moved through this story submitted a thought for Jordanian banks. His soccer field was full of flowers and messages from his teammates. The last word came from his coach: “He did the things he loved the most and played football.”
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