Liverpool stars Marko Grujic and Ragnar Klavan paid a special visit to the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association’s (LDSA) Christmas Gala Dinner on Thursday.

The duo joined Reds legend and current president of the LDSA, Jan Molby, and former president, Alan Kennedy, at the annual celebration, which took place in the Beautiful Game lounge in the new Main Stand at Anfield.

After a short Q&A session, the players signed autographs and posed for pictures with LDSA members.

This was followed by a three-course Christmas themed dinner, a raffle with some fantastic LFC gifts and music from local duo Drift with Dave Robinson and Barry Waring.

The LDSA, which has more than 200 members, is one of the largest football disabled supporter’s associations in the world with members from across the globe.

Klavan said: "It was a honour to attend the LDSA dinner alongside Marko and meet its fantastic members. It’s important for us to show our support and I hope they all enjoyed the evening."

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