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99 Problems, but the League Table Isn’t One

99 Problems, but the League Table Isn’t One

The first Merseyside derby of the season and Brendan Rodgers’ 50th Premier League game in charge of Liverpool was one of caveats, contradictions and all-too-familiar problems. Despite providing yet another assist, Steven Gerrard was woefully poor, casually strolling amid the eye of a derby storm. John Flanagan, a young player few thought had a future at Liverpool, gave the kind […]

Only One Brendan Rodgers

Only One Brendan Rodgers

Big wins against struggling teams have become almost routine for Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers, yet there was something different about Liverpool’s victory over a lacklustre Fulham side today. The Kop’s chant of  “There’s only one Brendan Rodgers” in the closing minutes felt like the first time the manager’s name had been sung. Rodgers has slowly won fans over after a […]

How Brendan Rodgers Can Repair Liverpool’s Faltering Midfield

How Brendan Rodgers Can Repair Liverpool’s Faltering Midfield

Six games into the 2012-2013 season, Liverpool sat 14th in the Premier League table on just five points. One year on, and Brendan Rodgers side are now second on 13 points – but many fans feel the football currently being played by the Reds is inferior to the style we saw a year ago. Gone is the possession football, gone is the […]

Winning A Different Way

Winning A Different Way

“Unless you have got the Manchester City or Chelsea money and just bring in £70m-£80m worth in one summer to add to a Champions League-winning group, you need a different way.” – Brendan Rodgers Very few clubs can buy certified world-class superstars. Liverpool haven’t signed one for decades, and yet we’ve had Fowler, McManaman, Owen, Gerrard, Alonso, Reina, Mascherano, Torres and […]

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