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Pictured: Kate and Gerry McCann looking relaxed and happy watching Everton in the FA Cup



Original Source: Mirror: Saturday 04 January 2014

Jan 04, 2014 16:04 By Anthony Bond


The couple were spotted enjoying themselves at Goodison Park in Liverpool - and even shook hands with Harry Redknapp

They are living through unimaginable pain as they continue to search for their missing daughter.


But Kate and Gerry McCann still managed to enjoy an afternoon out today to watch their beloved Everton in the FA Cup.


The couple were spotted enjoying themselves at Goodison Park in Liverpool as their team took on Queens Park Rangers.


In one picture, Kate and Gerry share a laugh together, with Kate looking on lovingly at her husband.


The couple, who were sat next to Everton chairman Bill Kenwright, also shook hands with Harry Redknapp, the manager of QPR.


The couple's daughter Madeleine was three when she went missing in the Algarve in 2007. One of the most famous images of the youngster shows her wearing an Everton football shirt.


The couple were at the game to support Missing People, an independent charity which offers support to relatives when a loved one disappears.


Everton are backing an appeal for missing fans to make a safe return to their families in 2014. Kate McCann is an ambassador for the charity.


It emerged today that detectives from Scotland Yard have identified three key suspects for the toddler's abduction.


Cops believe a gang of burglars was working close to where Madeleine went missing.


As reported by the Daily Mail, mobile phone data shows that the men made a high number of calls to each other after the three-year-old went missing.


One line of enquiry is that the burglars panicked after waking the youngster and decided to kidnap her.


Kate and Gerry were yesterday blocked from giving evidence at the libel trial of an ex-detective who accused them of covering up their daughter’s death.


The couple wanted to take the stand to explain how false claims in Goncalo Amaral’s book about Mad­­­eleine’s disappearance had left them devastated.


But in Lisbon, judge Maria de Melo e Castro ruled that neither the McCanns nor Amarel can give evidence.


The McCanns’ lawyer Isabel Duarte said: “Obviously Gerry and Kate were disappointed.”


The couple, both 45-year-old doctors from Rothley, Leics, are suing Amaral, 56, for Ł1million over his book The Truth of the Lie and a related TV documentary.

Kate and Gerry McCann at Everton


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