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Wild celebrations in Denmark: - the Patio looks like shit

Warning! Are you one of those who is tired of seeing happy Liverpool fans, we will draw your attention on some of the many other articles here on

you Can't get enough, so read like the many congratulations which the club has received after the first Premier League title.

Here we have gathered a selection of celebrities and world stars, who have Liverpool blood in circulation. Probably a little faster on Thursday night than so many other times...

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the Courtyard looked like shit

First, we give the floor to Kjeld Rinfeldt, which is one of the biggest Liverpool fans and even has decorated his house as Anfield-stronghold.

There were ten really good friends over my house to watch the Chelsea-City. We were so little prepared, that the championship could be decided on Thursday, so the champagne was on ice, and we had bought a banner with the text 'Champions 2020', says Kjeld Rinfeldt to Ekstra Bladet.

- When Chelsea scores on the penalty, so we open the champagne and we find the strips forward. The banner hanging on my garden gate. It looks good, but the rest of the patio looks like shit, then it went wild for itself with cigars and champagne...

- It should be celebrated in style, as it was 30 years since the last championship. However, I am pretty sure that is not going to go 30 years before we win again...

Sports and Games in Denmark's biggest fan: Lives in his own Liverpool-house

And see the other reactions here:

- Congratulations Liverpool. An incredible performance throughout the year, writes Caroline Wozniacki.

The still-active basketball legend LeBron James, which in 2011 bought two percent of the club, was also up and running over the title.

the minister of Employment Peter Hummelgaard is one among many Liverpool fans at the Castle.

- Totally deserved, says the former Liverpool star Daniel Agger.

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TV2-host Michael Wichmann has been waiting quite as long as on the triumph.

Monopoly-host Mads Steffensen shelves 'A-team' from Merseyside.

Former minister Manu Sareen has also been a patient fan.

Gary Lineker was once a superb striker - and now host to the british Champions League coverage.

Congratulations to Liverpool. No team has won the title so early in the season. No team has won it so late in the year. A wonderful result for a beautiful team. Genuine winners. Well played.

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