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Saturday, 18 April 2009

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The controversial gesture made by Liverpool FC manager Rafa "Chief Akimwolo" Benitez at the Blackburn dugout last week has been identified, not as implying that the game was over, but as an ancient Aztec gesture.

The Liverpool manager has been recently taking more and more of an interest into ancient Aztec ways and traditions including animal sacrifices during matches.

The latest piece of culture he appears to have adopted though is the gesture of "Kurum Kurum Baya" which through waving your arms in horizontal movements, symbolises your hopes that your target will lose all fertility for both themselves and their crops.

It is unknown at this time what Benitez specifically has against the crops of Sam Allardyce, however it is being investigated by both the FA and the Aztec Traditions Association.

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