Published: Sun, March 24, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Rio Ferdinand makes admission about Liverpool FC winning the title

Rio Ferdinand makes admission about Liverpool FC winning the title

Liverpool have not won a league title in 29 years and ending that drought this season would allow them to move to 19 title wins in the English top flight, one behind United's record.

And with his affiliation to Merseyside being that of the Blue half, the idea of Jurgen Klopp's side possibly breaking their 27-year title drought is something that genuinely frightens the 33-year-old.

"This is the worst possible case scenario for someone that likes Man United, supports Man United and has played for Man United, and I'm a pundit that's got to speak about it publicly and squirm and what not", Ferdinand told the Mirror.

"I remember in 2005 (Liverpool) won the Champions League and they're still talking about it now so it would be another 10 or 15 years of that".

The Reds now sit top by two points with seven games to go but City have a game in hand on their rivals - against fierce foes Manchester United on April 24.

But who do United fans want to win the league?

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And the England ace has insisted he is already having nightmares should Liverpool pip Manchester City to win the Premier League.

Throughout the season Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah have taken all the plaudits for Liverpool's sparkling form, and while the latter of that duo has gone off the boil in recent weeks it's exclusively the Dutchman van Dijk that has had praise heaped on him with a string of sensational performances.

"Raheem is a great person", Ronney added.

The Portugal global said after helping City to edge out Swansea in the last-eight of the FA Cup: "All the players feel that this season can be special".

"Tactically he is a lot better since working with Pep Guardiola". "They have to go to their national teams. enjoy and play for their country, but I hope they can come back fit like they are now".

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