Jamie Carragher — Liverpool winning Premier League 'wouldn't be right' if season is cancelled


Jamie Carragher has said awarding Liverpool Premier League title if matches  aren't completed 'wouldn't be 'right'

Liverpool are just two wins away from wrapping up this  season's Premier League title with their long-waited and fulfilling dream currently being influenced by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Premier League action has been suspended until April 30 and it turns down the Reds chances of winning the title before May.

Speaking on Sky Sports,  Carragher said: "I'm not saying Liverpool should be given the league. For me, if the league doesn't carry on, there is something that doesn’t feel right. There's something not quite right about that.

"Yes, Liverpool are going to win the league and they only need to win another one or two games.

"If the league stops, it doesn’t feel right. There would always be something there that didn’t feel quite right about it.

“That wouldn’t affect Liverpool economically or what division they're in. Teams outside the Premier League really struggle to get back.

"For other clubs, these decisions are going to affect them massively and could do for four or five years.

"Even if it's August or September for me, it doesn’t matter. Whenever it does, this needs to be finished then you have to get creative with next season."

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