WILL LIVERPOOL FINALLY WIN THE PREMIER LEAGUE THIS YEAR?

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Having over-come the giant hurdle that was Man City last Sunday afternoon, Liverpool now have their Title Destiny in their own hands.
With just four games remaining for the Reds, four wins will see them win their first-ever Premier League title thus ending a 24 year wait for a League since 1990.

Brendan Rodgers has done a remarkable job in turning us into a table-topping team from finishing 7th last season.

It really is remarkable to think that we may win the League without spending huge amounts of money on players and getting on with the coaching and development of a team and a style of play which may yet win us the League.

Huge credit must go to Rodgers and the owners for their exemplary work to date.

We now have Norwich, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Newcastle Utd standing in our way, lets put them to the sword and win the League!

 

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