Ruben Dias, Ex-City Player Blast Arnold Over His Shocking Comment

Ruben Dias and ex-City player Joleon Lescott condemn the statement made by Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold that trophies won by Liverpool in recent years mean more to their fans than what City’s success means to their supporters.

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Ahead of a Premier League clash between Liverpool who sit at the top of the league table and Manchester City who are behind them by a point, Arnold claimed that the two teams are different financially, therefore, the success of Liverpool is special to their fans.

“Our trophies will mean more to us and our fanbase because of the situations at both clubs, financially. How both clubs have built their teams and the manner in which we’ve done it, probably means more to our fans,” the right-back told FourFourTwo.

Reacting to the comment, Former Man City player Joleon Lescott slammed the right-back as he claimed that the trophies won are important to everyone’s fans.

“In regards to the comments, you would have to hear it or see the context in which it was said, because it’s easy to read that and think the worst,” the ex-City player said via Mirror.

“The thing I would question is the fans. I don’t think you can say any game, any trophy means more to your fans than another set of fans because it’s equally as important to anyone.”

Also, reacting to the comment, Man City defender, Ruben Dias claimed that the feeling of winning a treble is between the City and their supporters.

Ruben Dias speaking on the comment via BBC, said: “A Treble is a feeling that you only know how it feels when you actually do it!”.

“It’s pretty certain between us, between our fans, how much it meant for all of us”, told BBC Sport

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