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    Thursday, 25 June 2020

    Gary Neville dealt himself blow after ill title prediction on Liverpool's Premier League campaign this season

    Gary Neville has dealt himself a blow with an ill Liverpool Premier  League prediction he made before the kickoff of  the 2019-20 season



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    Liverpool are just few minutes [if Chelsea beat Manchester City tonight] or days away from winning this season's Premier League title.

    Ahead of the start of the season, Neville predicted that 'Manchester United would win a Premier League title before Liverpool' despite the Reds coming very close the previous season.

    Speaking on Sky Bet's 'The Big Season Debate’ last August, the Manchester United legend said: "I don't sit here every day as a United fan and think my world’s ending. I just see it as a cycle. I grew up for the first 18 years of my life and I didn’t see a league title at Manchester United. And the next 20 or 25 years was glorious. It was like heaven.


    "But now it's tough. I don’t sit here every day thinking, 'Oh my god if they don’t win the league this year, if they don’t do this this year, if they don’t get that player'. Where's the panic?.

    "What I'm saying is, Liverpool, City, Tottenham, all these clubs have had poor recruitment policies over the last 25 or 30 years at times. So United are going through one at the moment.

    "Eventually they will stumble upon the right recruitment system, the right recruitment people, they'll get a great manager, hopefully that’s Ole, and they'll start to win again. That’s going to happen.

    "I can guarantee you as clear as day, Manchester United will win again. They'll probably win the league before Liverpool, in my opinion. And that’s not being disrespectful, they’ll probably win the league before Liverpool."

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