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Gary Neville admits he’s ‘scared’ for Liverpool amid quadruple title chance

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Gary Neville admits he’s ‘scared’ for Liverpool amid quadruple title chance

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Liverpool will win the Premier League this season and feels scared that they might win even more than that.

Liverpool are just one point behind league leaders Manchester City in the Premier League and will play Manchester City in the semifinals of the FA Cup on 16th April.

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The Reds are still in contention for the  Champions League title, and will now face Portuguese giants Benfica in the Champions League quarter-finals on 5th April.

“I think Liverpool will win the league. They’re dangerous in the other two competitions and I think they’ll do something special because of those five strikers they’ve got.

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“That midfield by the way, when people see the midfield at Liverpool as maybe their weakness – I think it’s their strength. The back and the front are so exceptional. The two full-backs are forward all the time, the front three are up there.

Jordan Henderson lifting the UEFA Champions League trophy

Jordan Henderson lifting the UEFA Champions League trophy. (Getty Images)

“The three in midfield, because of their discipline – Fabinho, Thiago, Henderson – their subservient nature to the rest of the players means that they hold everything together.

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“They’re going to do something dangerous this season, and it’s scary as a Man United fan to say that. I really do worry that they will go on and win three or four trophies, it would concern me. He added

“When I watched them against Arsenal, there is nothing I saw that didn’t tell me they’re going to go and win the title. That is a title-winning performance.”

In other news, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah hints on possible retirement amid Egypt’s defeat to Senegal

 

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