Here is your chance to play at Anfield!

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Join Malaysia Airlines dream team and be managed by the experts – Liverpool FC Legends!

Do you consider yourself to be a passionate Liverpool fan? Do you fancy yourself as a footballer? How would you like to visit Liverpool and meet with a few of the Reds’ legends?

Malaysia Airlines is offering Liverpool fans worldwide a chance to visit Liverpool and play football at Anfield. Yes, you heard it right!

Malaysia’s national carrier, which is the official global airline partner of Liverpool Football Club, is running a competition to find 18 talented male players (above the age of 18) to create two dream teams which will be managed by Liverpool legends and will battle it out on the hallowed turf at Anfield. 

So how do you make the most of this ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity and be selected for the Malaysia Airlines dream team? It’s simple.

Upload a short video (less than 60 seconds) on Facebook or YouKu which shows off your skills with the ball and also speak on why you are the biggest Liverpool fan with the hashtags #MalaysiaAirlines and #TakeMeToAnfield .

Aspiring participants also need to fill in a form and upload their video at https://www.mhglobal.malaysiaairlines.com/

The contest runs from March 13th to March 31st, 2017 and is open to Malaysians as well as citizens of United Kingdom, ASEAN, Japan, China and Korea. 

The 18 winners will be flown to Liverpool and be given an exclusive tour of the stadium and will also experience a training session at Liverpool FC academy as they prepare for their battle royale at Anfield.

Malaysia Airlines Chief Commercial Officer, Arved von zurMuehlen said,”The winners will be shortlisted based on their skills and creativity, and will also be given a chance to join a football clinic given by the Liverpool FC coaches at Anfield.”

So, what are you waiting for? Get those boots on, switch on your cameras, show off your tricks and get on that plane to Liverpool!

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