The team is on its last leg of its trip to the Far East and Australia, They return home on Saturday, ahead of their next friendly fixture a week later in Finland against HJK Helsinki.

Nari is presumed dead along with the rest of the 238 crew and passengers on board the aircraft which went missing while on its way to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. The wreckage of the plane is yet to be found.

Maira Elizabeth, the teenage daughter of Nari posted an Instagram photo of her with Liverpool club manager Brendan Rodgers, team captain Jordan Henderson, retired footballer Ian Rush and British High Commissioner to Malaysia, Vicki Treadall.

She thanked the football club for taking the time during their tour to make meet her.

"I never imagine ... never dreamt to meet all this amazing people! I had fun and a great time of course! I still can't move on about it! I mean ... its Liverpool! Dad's favourite club!

"Thank you so much Liverpool for making this dream come true! Dad must be happy, or the happiest! Until we meet again. I wish he was here."

Last year, three Malaysian Liverpool fans, who were in the UK for the team's match against Tottenham Spurs, arranged to have a customised kit signed by Reds boss Brendan Rodgers and the players, before the Reds played against Tottenham sent to the 18 year old girl.

The kit bears the name of Andrew Nari with the number one.

"Feeling so blessed! This shirt flew all the way from Anfield. This gift is truly priceless. Dad, this is for you. Gonna frame this shirt up. I'm so touched! Dad, I bet you'll be the happiest person on earth right now. How I wish that you are here, I can imagine how happy you are or you might scream. I miss your presence."

A photo posted by Maira Elizabeth Nari. (@mairaelizabethnari) on Apr 12, 2014 at 7:25am PDT

She wore the T-shirt and posted it on Instagram saying: "Daddy, we'll keep this jersey for you. If you ever gonna come home, we would want you to wear this shirt." She also highlighted that Liverpool was playing against Machester City and that even if it won or lost the match, her father would "always support" the team.

In March last year, Maira sent a gut-wrenching tweet to her dad as the Reds won 3-0 at the Old Trafford.

The post read: "Daddy, Liverpool is winning the game. Come home, so you can watch the game! You never miss watching the game. It's your very first time."