Sometimes in life, you need to put aside the beef and give credit where it’s due. But in this case, not many would agree when it’s the Premier League title involved.
The only discussion going on at the moment is that of all the respective leagues, and should the final verdict be made on whether to finish the 2019-2020 campaign or not.
From the first day of the slightest note that disaster will strike and Liverpool was in danger of losing a title they had a firm grip on, many rejoiced. Many rejoiced that the long wait of 30 years for a Premier League title could be extended for another year or indeed more, considering the English Top Flight is such a hard title to come by.
This has led to the ongoing, undecided, and unsettled debate, should the Reds be handed the title or not. We know what side of the fence you sit when recognising the team you support. Yet, you get you odds and ends proclaiming to be the “fair” sportsmen, like Ilkay Gundogan.
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He feels the Anfield side should be handed the title after doing so well.
"For me, that would be okay, yes. You have to be fair as a sportsperson.There are different opinions. For clubs who have had a very good season, it obviously wouldn’t be nice if it was cancelled now.On the other hand, for clubs who aren’t doing as well and are maybe in the relegation places, an abandonment would obviously suit them. (Via: Sky Sports)"
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Every other fan (by a unanimous count) that is not a Red, who has not been waiting for 30 years, and who did not enjoy them running riot, beating every club in their way will not be in favour of the midfielder’s opinion.
People want to see Liverpool not get the Premier League crown more than what they care about Leeds and West Brom getting a promotion. To some, the collateral damage is worth the sacrifice in this case.
To others, it is the worst imaginable time to be a Liverpool supporter, as even God takes away the one thing you’ve longed for since its inauguration into existence.