Liverpool’s almost inevitable title win now hangs in the balance.
Just a few weeks ago, it was only a matter of time before their status as champions was confirmed as they held on to a 25-point lead at the top of the Premier League. However, the pandemic that has worked its way across the globe has halted normal life as we know it, including football.
There has been talk that the season could be cancelled if the campaign can not be re-started in the near future, and it seems that Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw is of the opinion that it should be null and voided. The 24-year-old said during a live stream on Twitch: “Scrap it and start again. Start it again, yeah. It’s gotta be you know. If we can’t carry it on it’s got to be void.”
Although he didn’t explicitly say it, ending the campaign now would mean that Liverpool would miss out on the league title. As you can imagine, many supporters of the Anfield outfit are in uproar at his comments.
One fan even suggested that the United defender is ‘not even relevant at his own club‘. You can see some of the best reactions below.
Hahaha got nothing to do with their season
— Suhas A R (@Suhas2009) April 6, 2020
Narrow mentality. United could get champions league but he’d rather start afresh in the Europa. Shaw will never win a major trophy (PL / CL)
— Laüren Coch (@LfcLrn) April 6, 2020
He could probably just void his whole career then
— Thomas O 6Times (@ThomasOlphert) April 6, 2020
Since when has luke shaw been relevant?
Hes not even relevant at his own club
— LFC CARPER 🎣 (@The_Haminal) April 6, 2020
i dont want to be rude, but thats not our problem…….they were being overrated these scams, now they are dreaming about the impossibles
THEY REALLY NEVER WANT TO PLAY UCL FOOTBALL 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
— Mr K HORNS FOR LFC (@knowx_chinyanga) April 6, 2020
What a surprise …
— Alexis 4 🌟🌟 (@Syleks4) April 6, 2020
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