Liverpool romping home to their first ever Premier League title in record-breaking fashion is a living nightmare for Everton and Manchester United fans.
And for Tony Bellew and Gary Neville , the Reds’ astonishing success in the 2019/20 campaign is proving too much to handle.
So much so, in fact, that the Toffees fanatic and former United defender are planning to get as far away as possible when they become champions.
Jurgen Klopp ’s high-flying side only need four more wins to win the title, having recorded an eye-watering 26 victories out of 27 this term.
They are still yet to suffer defeat, with their only slip-up coming in a 1-1 draw away at United back in October.
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Monday night’s dramatic 3-2 triumph against West Ham has left the Merseyside outfit 22 points clear at the top with just 11 games remaining – meaning they only need to put 12 more points on the board to be crowned champions.
Klopp and co may need even less, however, if second-place Manchester City drop points in the same period.
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Former cruiserweight boxing champion Bellew, a passionate Everton fan who used to have the club’s badge emblazoned on his fight shorts, is sick at the sight of their bitter rivals edging closer to a first title in 30 years.
And he has joked that United legend Neville is ready to fly to the moon with him to escape their celebrations.
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Bellew told talkSPORT : “I’ve spoken to Gary and we’re on the same flight – it goes to the moon as soon as the parade starts.”
He then added: “Do you know what, I’m going to be honest, my attitude has changed towards Liverpool.
“I used to be the worst and most bitter Blue you’ll ever see in your life.
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“But after losing my brother-in-law a couple of years ago… he was a mad Liverpool fan and followed them all around the world.
“I’m not going to say I’m happy for them, because I’m not, it’s hard to watch and it annoys me to see them doing so well.
“But you’ve got to give them the credit they deserve, they are one of the best teams I’ve ever seen in my life.”
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