Darren Ambrose wishes that Liverpool doesn’t win the Quadruple this season

Darren Ambrose

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Former footballer and current TalkSport pundit Darren Ambrose has given his thoughts on Liverpool winning Quadruple this season.

The former Ipswich Town player has publicly stated that he does not want the Reds to win the ‘Quadruple’ this season.

Liverpool are currently the only Premier League team in contention for a Quadruple this season. As the Reds have already won the EFL Cup by virtue of penalties against Chelsea in the final.

Darren Ambrose ‘bearish’ on Liverpool’s quadruple chances

Darren Ambrose in a recent chat on TalkSport has publicly claimed, that he doesn’t want Liverpool winning the ‘Historic Quadruple’.

This is quite bold of the Football Pundit to publicly shun the Reds.

Liverpool is currently having the best possible season, with already winning the League cup, and are now also in the Finals and semi-finals of Fa Cup and UCL respectively.

Liverpool faces Chelsea in yet another Cup finals (FA CUP) this season, would look to complete the ‘big double’ over the Blues. Meanwhile, Darren Ambrose have different thoughts about the Reds winning 4 trophies this season.

His statement on ‘Liverpool’s quadruple chances’

I don’t want Liverpool to win it at all

He further went on to say on the Reds’ game with United,

I hope they batter United just because it takes them away from Arsenal and Spurs.

Ambrose also said that he wants Tottenham as the front runners for the top four,

Then I hope Tottenham batter Arsenal and Spurs are front runners. They could win tomorrow and lose every other game, I wouldn’t care

History awaits Liverpool

Liverpool are such a team that they will not let outside ‘noise’ affect their momentum in any way, and so is their coach.

Klopp’s team have been terrific this season as they are just one point away from the PL leaders Man City.

With many speculations still going over its ‘star’ players, this would be the perfect time for them to showcase their talent and see Liverpool through it victoriously.

If the Reds go on to win the Quadruple, it would be the first time in the Club’s glorious history that such an event occured.

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