Tim Howard says he hopes Liverpool never win the Premier League title

Tim Howard says he hopes Liverpool never win the Premier League title

- Tim Howard has made his pick on who should the Premier League this season

- The former Man United and Everton star wants Manchester City to clinch title over former rivals Liverpool

- Howard believes former teammate Solskjaer will do well with United next summer

Tim Howard has made his wishes known about who he wants to win the Premier League title between Manchester City and Liverpool.

Liverpool are just a point behind City with two games left to play in what is regarded as the closest titles race in recent times.

Howard, who spent most of his playing years with Liverpool's fiercest rivals Man United and Everton, admitted that he wants Pep Guardiola's side to emerge champions.

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"I hope Liverpool never win a title while I'm still breathing," he told CNN.

"We have two teams in the form that they're both in. It'll come down to the wire.

"If no one has a slip up, then City wins."

The 40-year-old spent four seasons with Manchester United, where he played alongside current United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Howard has come in strong defence of Solskjaer who is currently on a string of poor results, saying things will come around in his favour in the next summer.

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He added: "Football's funny. Pundits and fans are funny. He's the right man for the job. Hopefully they will spend some money and they'll get his players in and it's no problem.

"It's funny, right? Football: He comes in and wins every game for three months and he's the second coming of Jesus Christ and everyone loves him and then they tear him down and are ready to throw him off the ledge."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsene Wenger has revealed destiny could be against Liverpool in their 29-year wait for a Premier League title.

The Reds thrashed Huddersfield 5-0 in Friday, April 26, to go back of the table but with Manchester City's narrow win over Burnley, the Anfield giants dropped back to second.

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