Liverpool facing £10m transfer battle & Rodgers ponders player-exchange deal – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesIt wasn’t exactly the start that Brendan Rodgers envisaged when took over at Anfield two months ago. A heavy 3-0 defeat in his first domestic game as Reds boss and a narrow victory in the Europa League underpinned by a lifeless display that already have the cynics placing their bets on him to be the first manager sacked this season. But with the club currently experiencing a monumental transition and Rodgers overhauling the playing strategy a certain level of patience needs to be applied if he is going to fulfil his goals. Bringing Champions League football back to Merseyside is the Northern Irishman’s primary objective and theres a sense that the Kop faithful understand that returning to Europe’s elite cup competition won’t happen overnight. The Premier League champions await them this week and provide the sternest test of Rodgers’ reign to date. Imagine if he pulled off an almighty upset?

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How Do We Solve Our Scoring Problem? – Live 4 Liverpool

Sign him! Brendan Rodgers provides a brief update on Clint Dempsey… – Liverpool Kop

Martin Kelly: The new Jamie Carragher? – This is Anfield

 ‘LFC are interested!’ – Fassi confirms Mexico winger is wanted at Anfield… – Liverpool Kop

Taking Comfort in Statistics – The Tomkins Times

I Guess This Was All A Bit Predictable… – Live 4 Liverpool

‘Transition season’, ‘It will take time’ and other comforting clichés – This is Anfield


Quote of the Week


“The feeling after was one of total shock with the result. It was never a 3-0 game. I fancied us to go there, dominate and win but things didn’t work out that way. In football you can be left feeling hard done by. It’s not the start we wanted but it’s no time for panic. It’s only the first game and it was one bad day at the office. We’ve got to look at the bigger picture. There’s been so much hope around the place and rightly so.” Steven Gerrard refuses to panic after Liverpool’s nightmare start to the season


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