Revealed: Liverpool’s solution to lack of goals
Kuyt and Henderson currently both occupy the right flank but none are natural right wingers while Maxi Rodriguez can play the position well but isn’t bursting with pace. It is well documented that Liverpool have a slight reliance on Luis Suarez to make something happen out of nothing and the Uruguayan is so exciting on the ball that he almost always seems to be the catalyst for our best team moves during a game. Suarez needs help though, because as talented as he is, he can’t always drop deep to start off moves and be in the box to finish them.
It is for this reason that we need another player who possesses the unpredictability of Suarez but can operate in an area of the field where he can supply the Uruguayan. In my opinion, the best type of player to get may just be a high quality right winger who can play up front if needed. As for our current forwards, I would like to see Bellamy given more games up front alongside Suarez with Kuyt rotating between the right midfield and striking positions.
Make no mistake about it, Liverpool’s squad is good enough to get into the top four this season, and with a bit of luck and one or two influential signings, the reds have it in them to surprise a lot of people this year. I know it’s only November, but I already can’t wait until January to see which players Kenny Dalglish and Damien Comolli have in mind to complete what is already a seriously talented squad filled with potential.
Article courtesy of Mark Wilson at Live4Liverpool.com