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Klopp's defence have already shown signs of frailties dealing with set-pieces and Liverpool would love to see another centre-back come into the fray - if not van Dijk then possibly bringing back excommunicated defender, Mamadou Sakho.
The last leader to be excommunicated was the late George P. Lee in 1989 after Lee, an American Indian, called Mormon leaders racist.
One by one, these men have been excommunicated from the Left.
Thinking and The Master and the Modern Spirit, both by Lewis Strang, a spiritual leader excommunicated from the church of Mary Baker Eddy.
From 1518 to 1520, the Pope spoke out against Luther's writings and ordered an investigation into his teachings—that ended in 1521 with Luther being excommunicated from the Catholic church.
The Church has excommunicated people who disagree with this point.
Leander Perez was so vilified for his white supremacist views, the Catholic church excommunicated him.
Smith-Levin and his wife, also a former Sea Org member, are now fully excommunicated from the church but continue to live among Scientologists in Clearwater, Fla, where the church has its worldwide headquarters.
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