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Liverpool icon Patrik Berger models club's brand new fashion range

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Summer is well behind us now which means clubs are now beginning to launch their brand new signature collections ahead of winter.

And Liverpool have enlisted the help of club legend Patrik Berger and his daughter, Valentina, to model their new range. 

Liverpool's collection of garments and accessories, which originally launched in 2015, is influenced by the best in British luxury fashion.

Liverpool have enlisted the help of club legend Patrik Berger to model their new range

Berger and his daughter Valentina posed in the club's fresh gear as part of their newest launch

And Berger, who spent seven years at the Anfield club, was more than happy to display his modelling prowess by posing in the new gear.

The new collection includes the signature men's pea coat, which costs £150, and the £140 brown holdall, while there is also the addition of lambswool jumpers and additional accessories to the merino wool range, leather wallets and travel bags. 

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The former midfielder's daughter posed in items including the women's v neck merino jumper, which will set you back £90.

Berger said: 'It is always fantastic experience working with the club and getting to do this shoot alongside my daughter made this experience all the more special — and it goes to show, https://set-magazine.com/best-range-bag/ great style runs in the family!'

Berger was more than happy to display his modelling prowess by displaying new collection 

Berger enjoyed a successful spell in England, winning the FA Cup and UEFA Cup during his seven-year spell at Anfield. 

He later went on to play for Portsmouth, Aston Villa and Stoke before hanging up his boots in 2010.

The Czech international won 44 caps and was a key part of the team which reached the Euro 96 final, where they lost 2-1 to Germany.

Berger scored a penalty to put the Czechs in front in the final, before two Oliver Bierhoff goals won the match for Germany. 

Berger (pictured in 2000) won the FA Cup and UEFA Cup during his seven-year spell at Anfield

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