Muammar Gadaffi’s death this week sparked celebrations as well as outrage – all the while rocking the Liverpool soccer community.
How, you ask?
According to British newspaper, The Mirror, Qadaffi was a big supporter of Everton FC:
“Everton’s win against Sunderland will have provided some temporary relief for one of their biggest fans. That’s none other than umbrella-wielding mentalist Colonel Gaddafi, who has been following the team since the late 1970s.”
I’m sure Momo was tuned into the Sky Sports weekend broadcast as his Sirte stronghold was being overrun by rebel fighters. A real fan watches all 90 minutes, no matter how many you have left on Earth.
“Gaddafi’s love of the Toffees is said to have begun when Everton visited Libya on tour in 1979. The dictator was so impressed he immediately changed the Libyan national side’s kit to all-blue, and rewarded each of Gordon Lee’s side with a luxury Arabic carpet.”
Kadhaffi probably wishes Everton’s Tim Howard would have