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Liverpool signs up trading platform partner

English Premier League football club Liverpool has signed a deal with binary options trading platform Banc De Binary.

The deal will run for one year and cover the 2015-16 season.

The agreement will be activated across Europe, Canada, Australia and South Africa.

“The club enjoys tremendously strong support in these regions and we’re excited about the year ahead,” Liverpoool chief commercial officer Billy Hogan said.

To mark the beginning of the partnership, Banc De Binary and Liverpool have teamed up to offer fans the chance to see the players train at the world-famous Melwood complex.

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