Despite the loss to Chelsea, Liverpool will still win the title

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Was a lack of Plan B key to Liverpool’s loss to Chelsea?

Date: 28th April 2014 at 6:30pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

There shouldn’t have been much doubt about which Chelsea we were going to see at Anfield on Sunday afternoon. Not only did Jose Mourinho act against his claim that he’d field a weakened team against Liverpool – Tomas Kalas and Mohamed Salah the only inexperienced Premier League players in the XI – the Chelsea boss also strongly adhered to the tactical approach that won him and his team such praise following their win at Manchester City. For Liverpool, it was a game that was bound to crop up sooner or later. Brendan Rodgers’ blitzkrieg tactics had overpowered most of the Premier League’s members up until this point. They’d been countered, of course, notably against Manchester City at Anfield. But never before had Liverpool’s attack looked so tame and devoid of ideas. And ... Read More

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