I’m an Arsenal fan, but huge well deserved congratulations @LFC! Fantastic season despite all the challenges. https://t.co/7XR3f2ZR3H— Keir Starmer (@Keir_Starmer) June 25, 2020
To be fair to Sir Squeaky, when he was asked earlier this year what the most exciting thing he'd ever done in his life was he replied that it was "going to football with my kids". Enough said about that. Next bandwagon jumper...
I was 9 yrs old when @LFC clinched the title on 28 April 1990. This team-that clinched the title on 25 June 2020-compares to any in @LFC’s history: strong defensively, playing with intensity & attacking brilliance, managed by the great Jurgen Klopp #PremierLeagueChampions #YNWA— Nick Thomas-Symonds MP (@NickTorfaen) June 25, 2020
Ah, the Shadow Home Secretary, who is still less recognisable than someone who came last on Big Brother twenty years ago. His assessment of the Liverpool team from his home in south Wales will of course be of great comfort to Liverpool fans.
Get in there....Champions!!!— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) June 25, 2020
Not the circumstances in which I wanted @LFC to do it but what an achievement from this incredible team & that includes the manager
🏆 #YNWA https://t.co/NeKFeSUNms
Sadiq sucks up to every other minority in London, so why not the three Scousers who have settled there too? At least Everton fan Andy Burnham was a bit more genuine about his feelings...
🤦🏻♂️— Andy Burnham (@AndyBurnhamGM) June 25, 2020
Congratulations @LFC.— Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi MP (@TanDhesi) June 25, 2020
Well deserved @premierleague champions, after a 30 years wait - they have been scintillating this season.
Breaking records along the way, including becoming the first team to win the title in June! 👏🏼 👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/DfHQbv86oP
Tanmanjeet was born in Slough, so obviously he's a Livepool fan.
Get the prosecco out!!! 🍾🎉 Cheers Chelsea for allowing us to start the celebrations a few days early 👏— Alex Davies-Jones MP/AS (@AlexDaviesJones) June 25, 2020
That guard of honour at the Etihad is going to be a thing of beauty ❤️#YNWA #CHEMCI #Champions @LFC pic.twitter.com/pNpj7oibBD
Alex comes from a village halfway between Cardiff and Swansea who don't have football teams apparently, so naturally she chose the next nearest team 200 miles away. Poor effort! Compare and contrast with the savvy Birmingham-raised Sultana who has provided photographic evidence of her life-long association with LFC. Who needs Birmingham City or Aston Villa eh Zarah?
Finally, one of the sleaziest tweets came from Bournemouth posh boy communist Aaron boring Bastani, who for all we know may well have spent more time watching croquet than footy...
Congratulations to the scousers for winning the title. Liverpool is a great city with the best people in the country. Thoroughly deserved #YNWA— Aaron Bastani (@AaronBastani) June 25, 2020
Doesn't all this smack of cultural appropriation? Cancel, cancel!