The Premier League season has drawn to a close, and Brendan Rodgers can finally relax. His first campaign as Liverpool manager has been rather successful, with the club finishing 7th, just 2 points adrift of neighbours Everton. After his move from Swansea, Rodgers has come into the club with a long-term plan to rebuild the historic club.
54 matches later, Rodgers can now look back at his first season in charge, and reflect on how the club have done. With his eyes set on the Champions League next year, Rodgers will have some work to do in the transfer window to prepare his squad for a launch on the top 4 spaces. So what can we deduce from his first season in charge? Click below for the 10 conclusions drawn from Liverpool’s season.