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Girl signs Liverpool supporting ex-boyfriend up to emails from whichever club beats them

Girl signs Liverpool supporting ex-boyfriend up to emails from whichever club beats them

Liverpool have lost nine games in all competitions this season.

A woman has gone viral after confessing to signing her ex-boyfriend's email address up to receive updates from teams who've beaten Liverpool.

The Reds are in a crisis, with this season being their toughest under Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool have lost nine games in all competitions, including six times in the Premier League.

On Sunday, they were eliminated from the FA Cup by Brighton & Hove Albion despite winning the competition last season.

It's a tricky time for anyone who supports the club. If you know a Liverpool supporter struggling with recent results, then one Twitter user has the perfect way to wind them up even further.

Popular Twitter account @Fesshole have shared a message from a woman who wanted to get back at the man who made her 'miserable' in all aspects of her life.

We all love a revenge story. Few go to these lengths to make it happen, though.

She tweeted: "I had an ex-boyfriend who I've since realised made me miserable and I've blocked him on every channel possible.

"Whenever Liverpool lose, I sign him up to emails from whichever club have beaten them. I've never been as busy as this season."

So this season, one unlucky bloke is getting emails from Manchester United, Napoli, Arsenal, Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, Manchester City, Brentford and Brighton. Talk about a cluttered inbox.

Liverpool players during their last game against Brighton. (Image

Liverpool took the lead against Brighton through Harvey Elliott. The midfielder put his side ahead against the run of player after Seagulls goalkeeper Jason Steele failed to keep his effort out.

Brighton equalised nine minutes later through Lewis Dunk, who turned a Tariq Lamptey strike that was going wide past Alisson.

Roberto De Zerbi's side found a winner deep into injury time through Kaoru Mitoma, who showcased some lovely footwork before volleyed home from close range.

Despite elimination from the FA Cup, Klopp claimed he could see improvement from his team and called the performance encouraging.

Mitoma celebrates his winner. (Image

He told Liverpool's official website: "We came here to go through to the next round, with the game a couple of weeks ago in mind, which was pretty much rock-bottom of the performances we had in my time [here].

"So that was better today, much better. But still, in the end, we concede two goals from set-pieces.

"We pretty much closed the gaps where they passed through last time, but around set-pieces that doesn't help, so you have to do different stuff, so twice we were not close enough to avoid the goal. That doesn’t feel great, obviously. That's not cool, but we have to take it."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp