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Joe Gomez thanks Liverpool fans for their support after fractured leg

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Joe Gomez thanks Liverpool fans for their support after fractured legLiverpool defender Joe Gomez fractured his leg during the victory against Burnley on Wednesday night and he will therefore be expected to be out of action for the next six weeks.
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