5 Reasons Why Liverpool Will Make The Cut This Year!

4) Arsenal, who are in direct competition with Liverpool for a Champions League spot have had a turbulent summer with the Gunners resigned to losing club captain Cesc Fabregas and quite possibly Samir Nasri, putting an end to a long running saga. Having already lost Gael Clichy, things at Emirates seems to have taken a turn for the worse and with a number of key players gone, Arsene Wenger’s refusal to revolutionize his ideology and transfer policies have been the cause of some serious unrest among the Arsenal faithfuls. After constant reports linking most of their big name players with moves away from the Emirates this summer, Wenger has been kept busy to say the least, on guarding the exit doors and thus, Arsenal’s inability to spend big in the summer to sort out their defensive woes as well as to strengthen their midfield has led many to believe that Kenny Dalglish’s men can successfully overtake the North Londoners in their bid for a Champions League spot.

5) Stability is perhaps the most important change brought upon by the club’s new American owners ever since taking over from the much hated duo of Tom Hicks and George Gillett. By bringing in the likes of Kenny Dalglish, Steve Clarke and Damien Comolli to the backroom and managerial staff, FSG have created a solid foundation on which they will need to build on. After many years, Liverpool will be going into a season without any kind of negativity surrounding ownership troubles or unhappy big name players. Kenny Dalglish and Director of Football Damien Comolli have received tremendous support from the boardroom level and all the good work they have put in has been translated onto the players and fans alike, bringing the Anfield romance back. Hence, things are finally looking on the up for the Merseysiders and a long due return to the Top Four is back on the cards again.

7 responses to “5 Reasons Why Liverpool Will Make The Cut This Year!”

  1. Joel says:

    Excellent article, can’t argue with any of it and hoping it comes true. Suarez is definitely the key for me.

    • Suarez says:

      All i know is that we need Gerrard back sooner rather than later. I cat wait for him to build a partenership with Suarez. However 20 million for henderson?? Eden Hazard would hav been better. 35 Million on Carrol. Look at Aguero? Fabregas was for 35 Million too!!

  2. jwjn says:

    hahaha losers dalglish cant manage a pubteam let alone a average team like liverpool heres to nuber 20

  3. judgestevep says:

    JWJN, whats a manc doing reading our articles and coming up with totally unconstructive crap. If you have something original to say, keep it to yourself. We dont care for your bloody sarcasm.

    I reckon you are shitting yourself privately as I believe this will be the closest championship in years, contested closely by at least 4 teams. Yes I include Liverpool in that. However i am happy to stay on the outside. However you forget that had Dalglish not retired in 1991 you wouldn’t be anywhere near 19 let alone 20. Dalglish’s stats in the second half of last year would have had Liverpool finish second ahead of your team. In his previous spell as Manager, Kenny Dalglish never finished lower than 2nd, winning three league titles and two FA cups.

    So perhaps be a little more respectful of the opposition, as it may just come back to bite you one day.

    • Red says:

      Judgestevep well said, Dalglish is a fergie tamer,fergie knows that, just watch out and see. The arrogance shown by these scums has caused them to have enemies at all corners of the globe. Even basketball fans hated them.

  4. looprevil says:

    Luis Suarez is key if he does not get injured and stay fit. That’s where Andy Caroll needs to be more assertive.

    After our first game at home new boys, Jose Enrique, Charlie Adam and Steward Downing do look impressive. Jordan Henderson looks like he needs more time. However I am more concerned about our obvious team weaknesses and we need to address it.

    Liverpool can achieve top four on their own merit and not rely on the troubles of other teams as that would be premature and naive.

    In addition I think our academy graduates and youth players will contribute to our success this season.

    • judgestevep says:

      Absolutely right. Our academy is going to continue producing great players. I cannot imagine a squad without Kelly, Flano and Robinson in it now. Roll out the others when ready although I think Morgan, Suso and Sterling are a year or two away yet. Coady and Wisdom can do a job this season though.

      We need Cahill and a top striker imho.