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PremierLeague-News.Com - Liverpool's dominance of the Premier League last season led to claims comparing them to the some of the greatest sides of the modern era
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Two of the sons of Manchester United's treble winners have demanded an apology from Jamie Carragher over claims he made about Liverpool. The Reds' season hit a new low on Saturday when Merseyside neighbours Everton won 2-0 at Anfield to hand Klopp's men their first derby loss in over a decade. Hopes of retaining last season's league title were already in tatters but the latest defeat - Liverpool's sixth in the last 11 league games - has now left even their hopes of finishing in the top four and qualifying for the Champions League in doubt. Last season's utter domination of the Premier League, when Liverpool won 26 and drew one of their first 27 matches before winning the title with seven games to spare and by 18 points, is but a distant memory and claims back then this Reds side were set for a period of sustained success are being seized upon by their rivals. Read More Related Articles 'I can't hear it any more' - Jurgen Klopp makes Liverpool admission after Everton defeat Read More Related Articles Michael Owen and Jamie Carragher disagree on Everton penalty against Liverpool A Twitter account believed to belong to the son of Manchester United legend Paul Scholes, tweeted "I want written apologies from anyone who mentioned this Liverpool side in same breath as United 99/01 and United 07/09. That was quote tweeted by one believed to belong to the son of United's former left back Dennis Irwin, who wrote "I want the same. Let’s start with @Carra23." Former Reds legend Carragher was involved in a heated debate with former United skipper Roy Keane last season as the Reds closed in on the title over how many players from the Old Trafford club would get into a combined Liverpool/United XI. Carragher stunned Keane by leaving Ryan Giggs out of his XI, saying : "Giggs is not getting in my team. "Judging him on the 1999 season.
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. do you know how many goals he scored that season? Three. I think Mane is the best left-sided winger in the world. Giggs, one of the best, but I don't think at any stage he was the best." Keane hit back by saying only Virgil van Dijk would get into his selection.
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"I'd bring Van Dijk in, maybe the right-back, but leave the rest, 4-4-2. If they go on and win the Treble this year, we'll have a different conversation." At that stage that season, Liverpool were still in the Champions League and FA Cup competitions but defeats to Atletico Madrid and Chelsea ended their hopes of emulating United's unique 1999 triumph, although they did win the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Club Cup during 2019/20 and have previously won three trophies in a season twice, both in 1983/84 and 2000/01.
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