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Bitter And Twisted: Rival Football Fans Lash Out On Social Media As Liverpool Win Premier League

Bitter And Twisted: Rival Football Fans Lash Out On Social Media As Liverpool Win Premier League

The Northern Irishman is now the manager of Leicester City, who are third on the EPL table, and when they face Chelsea in FA Cup quarterfinal on Sunday, Rodgers hopes his team will prove their worth.

Liverpool have won their first-ever Premier League title, but how much do you remember of their victorious season so far? Coming off an awesome win against Manchester City, Chelsea will be hungry and ready.

That wait was prolonged by the suspension of Premier League football because of the coronavirus pandemic, but their title win is the earliest on record in terms of games remaining.

"I think we have still got big chances in the FA Cup and Champions League".

While he is well aware of the confidence the victory of the now-former champions will give us, the need to constantly keep performing until the end of the season reigns supreme. "I appreciate LFC fans want to celebrate but please, for your own safety, and that of others, go home and celebrate at home", Anderson said on Twitter. We are still second, so that means after Liverpool we are the second-best team.

I don't think that will be diminished.

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"We know a lot of Liverpool fans want to celebrate their Premier League win, but there is a time and a place for this - and this weekend is neither", the order read, via BBC News.

"We have got a lot to play for and look forward to it".

'They are two of if not the best teams in the world, ' the Chelsea boss said after the win, as per the club's official website.

A troublesome hip complaint kept the pacy forward out of action longer than expected, but now the 34-cap United States of America star looks ready to hit top form.

"And obviously with not knowing how long we will get off once we complete the season, these next games are sort of preparation for going into next season as well".

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