Pat Nevin “saddened” by Reds


    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin has said that he has been “saddened by Liverpool” this season.

    NevinThe Reds dropped to sixth place on the final day of the season after a humiliating 6-1 defeat at Stoke City allowed Tottenham to steal in and take fifth place.

    Ex-Chelsea forward Nevin, who now works as a pundit, has said that the drop in quality from the 2013/14 season has left the side “miles away” from the top four.

    “I wasn’t disappointed by Liverpool, I was saddened by Liverpool. As a former Everton and Chelsea player, you’d think I’d be anti-Liverpool. But not at all.” he said to Newstalk.

    “I loved watching Liverpool last season. They were an absolute joy to watch. I was hoping Brendan could pull that together, but they’re absolutely miles away.” he finished.

    Liverpool finished eight points behind fourth-placed Manchester United after having failed to win four of their final five Premier League games.

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