AIMARAssociazione Italiana Malformazioni Anorettali (Italian: Italian Association of Anorectal Malformations)
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unfulfilled potential Stephen Bradley ended up at Limerick after being told he could be Arsenal's Pablo Aimar
Aimar (left) also believes that the Chelsea players do not like interim boss Rafa Benitez - giving Benfica the upper hand for Wednesday night's Europa League final.
Capped 52 times for Argentina, Aimar is the man who supplies the ammunition for Benfica and Wanyama must close him down if Celtic want to prosper.
BENFICA: Artur Moraes, Maxi Pereira, Javi Garcia, Emerson, Capdevila, Witsel, Matic, Bruno Cesar (Rodrigo Moreno 72), Aimar, Cardozo (Nelson Oliveira 57), Gaitan (Djalo 61).
WIDE OPEN: Benfica''s Pablo Aimar (right) gets away from Chelsea''s John Mikel Obi during the UEFA Champions League match at Stamford Bridge
Alexander Vaughan, Director at Lucas Fox stated "By welcoming Aimar on board we are confirming our commitment to expanding the company.
Team: Artur Moraes, Maxi Pereira, Luisao (Miguel Vitor 58), Garay, Emerson, Witsel, Javi Garcia, Bruno Cesar, Aimar (Amorim 83), Rodrigo Moreno, Gaitan (Matic 67).
Benfica's Axel Witsel (left) and Pablo Aimar celebrate a goal during the Champions League play-off against FC Twente
The Portuguese champions' initial response was that Aimar was unavailable, but third parties have since let it be known an offer of around pounds 8m could change Benfica's mind.
It became inevitable Liverpool would suffer at his hands, as the home fans cranked up the volume, pressurising and screaming for retribution every time a red-shirted player went to ground; that came home to roost when Aimar tangled with Insua on 56 minutes.
But the club, which produced current players such as Javier Mascherano and Pablo Aimar are hoping the new facility can inspire it to better days.
Aimar has been linked with a move to England in the past and Kevin Keegan could now be ready to lure him to St James' Park following Real Zaragoza's relegation from the Primera Division.