Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher laid into Piers Morgan after he gave supporter to a Premier League CEO over their comments on the title.
The Reds’ title chase has been thrown into doubt as COVID-19 tore the sporting calendar apart.
Pundits have been split on whether the side who lead by 25 points should be awarded the title or the season should be voided.
One person to argue for a cancellation of the season is West Ham CEO Karren Brady.
The Apprentice star said in The Sun : "So what if the league cannot be finished?
"As games in both the PL and in the EFL are affected, the only fair and reasonable thing to do is declare the whole season null and void.”
And this brought out support from Good Morning Britain presenter and Arsenal fan Piers Morgan .
Writing on Twitter, he said: “Why is Karren Brady getting slaughtered for saying this?
"There’s no chance of this season being completed so the ONLY fair thing to do under such completely unprecedented circumstances is to cancel it & start again in August."
But Carragher, who helped the Reds to a Champions League win, was quick to reply to Morgan on social media.
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“Have a look at Klopp’s comments compared to Karren Brady’s,” he wrote.
"Whats [sic] fair is to finish the season for teams in every league when the [football] is allowed to start again.
"The [football] authorities found a way to put a World Cup in the middle of a season so I’m sure they can sort next season out."
Brady went on in her column to explain her reasoning.
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"Who knows who would have gone down or come up if the games have not actually been played in full,” the Hammers chief added.
"A huge blow to Liverpool who might be robbed of their first title in 30 years.
"This will be discussed between the PL and the clubs next week at an emergency meeting."
It comes as the other Premier League clubs have given their stance on what should happen to the title.
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