Letter: You Say - Keane on shirts.
I AM a mother of a five-year-old, who like many other children and adults alike are gutted that, with Robbie Keane's return to Spurs, they will no longer be able to wear a shirt they purchased with his name on a few months earlier.
As he came to Liverpool with high hopes and so much money being paid for him, who would have thought he'd be sold on so quickly?
My daughter turned five in August and we had got her a shirt with Torres on. With birthday money she got she spent pounds 40 of her own money getting a grey shirt with Keane on.
I do not have the money to replace it, so what do we do now? She has a perfectly decent top in her wardrobe but cannot wear it because Keane is not a Liverpool player. I knowpounds 40 is nothing compared to pounds 20m but to me and my daughter, it is.
Suzanne Duggan, Liverpool
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Feb 6, 2009|
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