Gary Neville is an individual unafraid to speak his mind.
Unfortunately for the ex-Manchester United captain, this has often involved predictions about Liverpool that have been clouded by his past allegiance to his boyhood club.
Whether it has been doubting the Reds' ability to challenge for the title or suggesting Harry Maguire could match up to Virgil van Dijk after heading to Old Trafford in an £80million deal.
Neville's comments in pre-season regarding Liverpool's midfield have recently resurfaced, though there have been plenty of other occasions the 48-year-old has got it wrong about Jurgen Klopp's side. We have taken a look back at just a few of those examples, below.
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'I think Jurgen Klopp would swap'
Speaking ahead of the 2023/24 season commencing, Neville was unconvinced by the signings of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai. He boldly claimed Klopp would want to trade his options for those at the disposal of Erik ten Hag.
"When you look at the actual players, let's take United as an example: Fernandes, Mount, Casemiro, Eriksen. I think Klopp would swap his midfield now for United's," said the ex-United right-back.
By contrast, it has been United's midfield that has looked the weaker of the two and became apparent once more on Saturday afternoon as Brighton cut through this area of the pitch with ease en route to a commanding 3-1 victory at Old Trafford.
'This game is anybody's today'
Few could have foreseen Liverpool beating United 7-0 at Anfield this year.
United made the trip to Merseyside searching for their first win at the home of the Reds since 2015, though were brutallyRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk