Gary Neville Loses His Head And Hilariously Walks Into Liverpool Dressing Room
Gary Neville nearly found himself in the Liverpool dressing room, ahead of their game with Manchester United, because he was too busy giving Jamie Carragher the finger.
Sky Sports pundits Neville and Carragher will put the friendly part of their 'friendly rivalry' on Sunday afternoon with their two sides facing each other in the Premier League.
Before kick off Carragher was trying to work out how many more of each trophy Liverpool will be winning in the coming years when Neville walked past to give him the finger, but he nearly went too far and into the changing rooms.
Liverpool have won the English top division 18 times in their history, though never during the Premier League era, and they were overtaken as the team with the most league wins by United in 2011 when they won their 19th title.
The Red Devils extended their lead in 2013 but have been unable to add any more titles since and with Liverpool currently holding a 13 point lead over second place Manchester City, and with two games in hand over the champions, it looks like the gap is about to come down.
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Liverpool already hold a superior record over their rivals when it comes to European titles won with the Anfield side adding their sixth title last year, when they beat Spurs in the final, which is double the amount that United have won.
Only Jurgen Klopp's team look like adding any titles to their trophy cabinet at the minute with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team in transition, to put it nicely.
United are the only team to have taken points off their rivals this season, with a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in October, put on Sunday they're without Marcus Rashford who scored in that game.
This week Neville had words of advice for new United captain Harry Maguire, who took the armband after Ashley Young's move to Inter, posting on Twitter the former right back said, "Congratulations! The s*** will come thick and fast in the next year or two. Stick at it as you are the captain of the biggest club in the world and it will rise and win again."
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