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#LFC’s first-team players and staff paid a special visit to Alder Hey Children's Hospital this afternoon
Liverpool's first-team players and staff took time out from their preparations for the busy festive period to bring some Christmas cheer to Alder Hey children's hospital.
Brendan Rodgers on #LFC's visit to the hospital this afternoon: "Our Christmas visits to Alder Hey are always very special and memorable. It's a privilege for the team to have the opportunity to meet with the children and their families to show their support."
The team arrived at Alder Hey yesterday with goodie bags filled with LFC merchandise to distribute to children and young people on the wards.
Javier Manquillo, Joe Allen, @31sterling, @phil.coutinho and @amplfc18 during #LFC's first-team visit to Alder Hey Children's Hospital today
@stevengerrard: "I have been visiting Alder Hey for many years now and it is such a special place. Our visit is always a day of mixed emotions but it's always nice to meet the children and their families and create as many smiles as we can."
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Bolton Wanderers have confirmed Eidur Gudjohnsen will wear number 22 when he returns for the club.
The popular Iceland striker was a hit in his first spell at Wanderers, and the club have welcomed him back on social media.
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Bolton have confirmed the signing of veteran striker Eidur Gudjohnsen for the rest of the season.
The 36-year-old, who previously played for Wanderers between 1998-2000, has been training at the Macron Stadium for the last month and boss Neil Lennon said on Thursday that an agreement was imminent.
And the club confirmed on their Twitter account on Friday morning that a deal had been struck, saying: "BWFC have completed the signing of free agent Eidur Gudjohnsen on a deal until the end of the season."
Bolton are now waiting for international clearance to see if the Icelandic forward, who went on to play for Chelsea and Barcelona after his stint with Bolton, will be available for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship trip to Reading.