Some Premier League Fans Express Themselves After Liverpool’s Runaway Title Season Is Suspended

This season’s edition of the Premier League had been filled with twists and turns right from the off, except in one specific position. Reigning European champions Liverpool took control of the league table quite early on the campaign, and have since lapped every other team at least once. Their dominance at the top has been so spectacular, that Manchester City in second place, are a whole 25 points behind them at this point.

The Reds have only lost a single game in the league all campaign, and have easily been the most dangerous looking side since the start of the season. They have outclassed some of the best teams in the country this campaign, in a run that saw them go more than a year unbeaten at home.

Despite all this, over the last month, things seem to have taken a nosedive for Liverpool, as they have been knocked out of the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League in the space of under two weeks. While the defeats to Chelsea and Atletico Madrid would’ve been hard to digest, nothing in the world could’ve prepared them for what has come after that. With the Premier League now suspended and expected to restart on the 4th of April, Reds fans will be hoping for a positive resolution to the league issue.

Rival football fans around the world were quick to point out the sheer magnitude of the unfairness in what was going on, all of it while maintaining a commendable sense of humour as well.

Once they began, the jokes never stopped. Liverpool have been at the top of English football for the longest time now, and opposition fans took full advantage of their rather helpless situation.

Despite the joy being expressed by some of the Reds’ rival fans, the Liverpool faithful found today’s news extremely difficult to digest. This is how some dejected Liverpool fans reacted to the gutting news.

Nikhil has been an avid Chelsea fan for as long as the concept of time has existed and rumours say that he even bleeds blue. Having lived in the UK for 3 years, Nikhil is said to have an excellent understanding of the atmosphere surrounding the English game. His role model is the greatest manager of all time - Jose Mourinho.