Friends Of Liverpool

So that’s it. The scum have won it again, they scraped home with a 0-0 draw against Arsenal to get their 18th title, the bloody same amount as us.
We were always up against it after a disastrous run of draws in January and although we have been playing some great football since then, beating all around us, it just wasn’t enough to overtake the Mancs.
However, all is not lost for Liverpool.
We have had a good season, we will finish second if we beat West Brom tomorrow, ahead of both Chelsea and Arsenal and that’s no mean achievement.
We have only lost two games all season, compared to Utd’s four.
We did the double over them, Chelsea (and Real Madrid in the Champions League).
We are the only undefeated team in the matches between the top four and we are the Premiership’s top scorers so far.
We did all this without Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres, through injury, for a large part of the season.
If we win our last two games against West Brom and Tottenham Hotspur( they are due a hiding from us)then we will finish on our highest ever points total in the Premiership of 86 points, surpassing our previous best of 81 in 2002 when we came second to Arsenal, under Gerard Houllier.
So all in all, a good season where we came mighty close to winning number nineteen.
By the way Editor, thanks for your comment!

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