Gerrard Set To Tear Man Utd Apart

By on May 11, 2011

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has sent a strong message to his arch rivals Manchester United that he will lead his side out for revenge next season.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has once stated that he aims to “knock Liverpool off their perch” when he took over and is now very likely to achieve his dream as The Red Devils are set to win the Barclays Premier League for a record 19 times – one more than Liverpool.

Kop skipper Steven Gerrard has vowed that his side will do everything they can next season to try and overtake Manchester United in the record books.

Give (Manchester United) credit where it’s due, they’ve overtaken us for the time being. But we are on our way back up and we won’t give up the fight to overtake them again – don’t worry about that.

That is the motivation. We can still boast about the European Cups, of course, but everyone here will be doing everything we can to get the league record back.

Steven Gerrard on The Sun

Submitted by Two Liverpool Fans

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20 Comments

  1. Stuart

    May 11, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Steven Gerrard couldn’t tear a paper bag apart from inside lol! – Liverpool had there chance this season with a weakened United side! – with over £100,000,0000 to spend united will be even stronger next season !!!

    • me

      May 11, 2011 at 10:30 pm

      £100m to spend….u must be joking…u debts are near £1bn and you think you got £100m to splash?

      haha i’ve just literally spit my tea out.

    • ARK

      May 12, 2011 at 9:14 am

      Boy, wait n see before u comment….
      ‘coz u’ll be crying wen Gerrard literally tears Man Utd apart next season…

      YNWA….!!!
      YNWA….!!!
      YNWA….!!!

  2. Robby

    May 11, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Get in the queue behind Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City – when you get knocked off your perch, it takes a good few years to recover and maintain a consistant winning team -I see at least three titles for any of the above teams before Liverpool attain that status again.

    • steve

      May 12, 2011 at 1:01 am

      yeh we will see we beat man shity 3 – 0
      we beat man u 3 – 1 we beat chelsea 1-0
      we the team we have now and with the money we will have to spend next season i think sorry i know all of those teams will be far behind us and incase you have not been watching i think we have been recovering for the last 4 years you idiot
      YWNWA

  3. stuartmustbejoking

    May 11, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    ‘with over £100,000,0000 to spend united will be even stronger next season’

    Is that on interest payments alone?

  4. manutd1958

    May 11, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    Gerrard is more likely to tear his hamstring or his hair out before leading his beloved Liverpool to the title, even Michael Owen had to leave Liverpool to achieve a title triumphs.

  5. ste

    May 11, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Man Hoof never knocked Liverpool off their perch, Liverpool fell off after Dalglish’s breakdown in 1991, around about the same time Man Hoof ‘fans’ were spitting at Alex Ferguson at home matches, if Dalglish had never left then Liverpool would be pushing 30 titles now and the Trafford Hoofers would be lucky to be in double figures, with Slur Alex long sacked and in a care home, but nevermind, Kenny’s back now and will win the Title with Liverpool next season, Kenny and the real Reds know Man Hoof’s little secret…theyre not really that good….and proved it by the thrashing they handed the Hoof 5 weeks ago.
    ———-
    Former Liverpool star John Barnes believes Manchester United are still behind his club when it comes to bragging rights with regard to major titles, despite the Red Devils set to go past Liverpool in the Premier League stakes.

    Speaking exclusively to XPRESS during his visit to the UAE in his role as AD Sports pundit, Barnes said: “I wouldn’t say Liverpool have been knocked off their perch. When you win five European Cups you aren’t knocked off the perch too easily even if Manchester United do go past you on league titles. They may have 19 titles to Liverpool’s 18 now but the European Cup is the Holy Grail of football and Liverpool are still ahead on that front, so I’m staying with Liverpool.”

    Barnes went a step farther by stating that Manchester United, currently, weren’t even the best club in England.

    “I think Man United are a fantastic football club, but they aren’t the best team in the league at the moment. I believe they have been handed the title by Arsenal and Chelsea. Manchester United won because of the respect the players and fans have for Sir Alex Ferguson and the fact that no other club except Liverpool have that right now,” he said.

    • Stretford Dave

      May 11, 2011 at 11:06 pm

      Anyone get the idea this brain dead like’s the “hoof” thing he’s come with? Most of the comments prior to this fool were spot on – how fucking arrogant are they to even dream of winning the title next season! Pathetic yesterday men. Last time you were anything close to a really top side pal was when half your team were sporting taches. Get a grip.

    • amier

      May 12, 2011 at 1:03 am

      good point and it surely right…

    • liverpool father

      May 12, 2011 at 6:52 am

      if mr.daglish would have been there u would have been already relegated.see there is no need to cry as u r off with the fucking perch.there was almost 20yrs to save ur fucking perch then y u all r crying now specially stevie g.

    • Charlie B

      May 12, 2011 at 10:38 am

      Ste, are you prepared to come back and eat humble pie a year from now when your title prediction has long since unravelled? You know, like in each of the previous 20 years?

      In the meantime, thanks for your entertaining post. Enjoy watching Michael Owen pick up his medal!

    • jose

      May 12, 2011 at 1:13 pm

      Please get over talkin about the Champion’s league, LFC aren’t even in it, truly great teams around europe no matter how poor they are doing still manage to make the cut, therefore LFC ain’t one of them. Its common for the weaker teams to raise their game playing a top team which prob explains LFC’s performance against the superior united. and as for the “not the best team in england” statement, who is liverpool??? LMFAO, Chelsea aren’t as, the last 3 meetings state loud and clear. Stevie was obviously delirious with rage at united’s continued success causing him to make these ridiculous statements.

      Lets all face it and be serious for a second, Liverpool’s success is all in the past!! At the moment and prob for the next while, a good season for LFC will be keeping Everton, Sunderland, Fulham and Stoke out of the final “Runners up europa league” spot.

      Sad but true that LFC aren’t the Top club in England any more, Not even one of the top 4….(or 5), its time to accept it…

  6. Mike

    May 11, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    Bloody hell it appears either barnes is applying for a presenters job on liverpool tv or the poor sod is pissed. Sad to see.

  7. Stretford Dave

    May 11, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    Or even Sky Sports? Do liverscum have their own tv channel? I thought liverpool tv was Lily Savage.

  8. Steve

    May 11, 2011 at 11:33 pm

    You taking the piss?! Steven Gerrard talking to the s*n?! Dont take this article to seriously. None of you know nothing about football if you think stevie or anything associated with that Liverpool have anything to do with that rag

  9. Pryce

    May 11, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    100,000,000 million! Doubt well have that but everyone keeps saying how much debt were in, we’ve been in debt for 7 years now and weve achieved 4 league titles and 2 ( maybe 3 ) champs leagues! Not to mention the other cups we won! and we still manage to do that, I’ll gladly stay in debt if things carry on, well soon be out of debt and be able to spend! What you going to say then???

  10. Ted Perechalli

    May 12, 2011 at 6:29 am

    Nice talk mate but in the end it’s all bulls…

  11. Temitope

    May 12, 2011 at 7:49 am

    Oga Gerrard,let’s wait & see…

  12. Nameless

    May 12, 2011 at 10:37 am

    I appreciate all peoples comment but for me, Manchester united have just won there 19th league title and have been in three of the last four champions league finals. I appreciate what “king kenny” has done but with the squads of Chelsea Arsenal n man city I think it will be very tough for gerrard and his lot to win the league at all in the next 5 yrs!! With a utd squad at present with an average age ov 26 we will see what happens in the near future!! Oh and an other thing… Chicharito and Smalling buys of the year by a long streach!!!

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