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Liverpool fans mock Raheem Sterling in new chant

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Liverpool fans wasted no time in taunting Raheem Sterling during their 4-1 demolition over Manchester City on Saturday.

Sterling left Merseyside for the Etihad in the summer, in a move that left many Liverpool fans feeling bitter about his lack of loyalty.

But the winger, who signed for an initial £44 million, had a day to forget against the Anfield club as he struggled to make his mark on the game.

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He was helpless as his former club ran the Citizens ragged and eased their way to a comfortable three points. 

And if the chant wasn't enough; Liverpool fans took great pleasure in mocking their former player on Twitter.

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Sterling joined Liverpool in 2010 from Queens Park Rangers and was given his senior debut two years later as a 17-year-old.

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He played a major part in Liverpool's title challenge in the 2013/14 season, supporting Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge but his relationship with manager Brendan Rodgers became strained.

The England international was booed by the Liverpool fans every time he touched the ball on Saturday but he will expect a much more hostile atmosphere when he returns to Anfield in March next year.

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