Sterling: Nobody wants LFC to win the title
So the classiness from former Liverpool player Raheem Sterling continues.
The player that was bought by Rafa Benitez, brought through by Kenny Dalglish and nurtured into the player he was to go on to become by Brendan Rodgers has taken a, sadly, predictable dig at us.
What's even more sad, is that it was done during an acceptance speech for an award for the work he's done for social and racism issues in the past 12 months.
After accepting the Integrity and Impact Award last night, he said: "Any little slip and the Liverpool guys can go on top of you.
"You don’t want that, I don’t want that - I don’t think anybody wants that!"
Small fry, you might think, and we're inclined to agree but a little bit lacking in class considering that he was brought on by LFC.
It's pretty clear now though, that Guardiola has got is players fully into 'psychological games' mode ahead of a run of 3 crucial matches for both of us.