This statement Liverpool Echo journalist at Radio Plus throws cold water on the hopes of Reds fans in the country. James Pearce is part of the executive club Mersey which it provides communication.
The government has recently announced that it is negotiating with a company to bring Reunion Reds in Mauritius during a charity match.
But James Pearce said he was surprised to learn that the club has come to Mauritius. According to him, at the end of the regular season, there will be the World Cup in Brazil, or in June. Moreover, the Liverpool team will go to the United States for training camp in August.
But fans of the Reds in Mauritius do not despair! Failing to see the team play A, they will have the opportunity to see the work the old glories of Anfield Road. The association of veterans of Liverpool studies, in fact, the ability to make the jump to Mauritius by the end of 2014.
This is Roy Evans, former coach of the Reds, who told Radio Plus. It could be that legends like Robbie Fowler, Jan Molby, Steve McManaman and John Barnes make the trip to Mauritius.