Ever since the Premier League began back in 1992, Liverpool have failed to continue the dominance they had in the years previous. Whilst other teams continued to beat Liverpool to the title, fans have been left wondering when they would win their first Premier League trophy and the long awaited 19th title.
The closest the side ever came to securing the Premier League title was when former manager Rafa Benitez, now Chelsea boss, managed the side to 2nd place in the 2008/2009 season. After being runners-up to Manchester United that year, Liverpool failed to make any real impact in the league and for too long their European football has been restricted to playing in the Europa League football instead of the prestigious Champions League.
With all this being said, Liverpool are on the rise once more. Whilst fan favorites Rafa Benitez and Kenny Dalgleish weren’t able to win the league, the club turned to then Premier League new boys Swansea for their next manager.
Brendan Rogers has now been manager for nearly a year at Anfield and despite not making an instant impact In the league, he is clearly the right man for the job. Rogers plays a very similar game to that of Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, in that youth is always a main factor in developing the squad.
The progress of Joe Allen, Andre Wisdom and Raheem Sterling is a notable improvement to the squad and is something which will continue to benefit the team as these players develop. At the moment the squad aren’t getting the results they would of hoped for, but what is more important is building for the future.
The team have a wealth of talent including Steven Gerrard, Glen Johnson and Pepe Reina as well as newest signings Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho.
With the end of the seasons looming its unlikely that Liverpool can snatch a top four spot this season, but if they spend wisely in the summer and retain their current stars they will certainly begin to close in on forth and that Champions League place.
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