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English Premier League: Liverpool Looking To Make Some Noise

With the English Premier League fast approaching, it is time to look at who the main contenders for the title are and analyze their title credentials, The 2011/2012 season brought a thrilling climax, as for the first time in EPL history, the Title was won and lost on goal difference on the final day of the season. If that wasn't thrilling enough, the title shifted hands in the final minutes of play. This season could be even more spectacular, with all squads arguably strengthened, last season quickly became a two horse race between the 2 Manchester Clubs, however this season could see the re-emergence of Chelsea and Arsenal as strong contenders, following their relative splashing of the cash this summer. However, My team to really make an impact is

Liverpool this year and here’s why:

Liverpool finished 8th in the 2011/2012 campaign a position which doesn't settle too lightly amongst the Anfield faithful, made worse by loosing out to seventh place and finishing below bitter rivals Everton on the final day of the season. Despite good performances in the domestic cups in 2012, the season will ultimately be deemed as a failure and the club was at the center of great controversy and manager and club legend Kenny Dalglish didnt do his career any favors in either respects, leaving the initial resurgence of Liverpool FC in his opening games looking like a false dawn, the new transfers flopped and Liverpool were frequently unable to score goals and hold onto leads and so King Kenny was sacked after failing to take the club to Premier League heights as he had done for Blackburn Rovers in the 94/95 season.

Liverpool have since replaced him with Brenden Rogers who did a remarkable job at Swansea FC, with very limited resources but he will now have a big chance to prove his managerial worth and flex his muscles with a relatively larger transfer budget. Brenden looks set to make his mark on the squad early and has already offloaded Maxi and Dirk Kuyt and looks set to get rid of Andy Carrol, all of whom dont comply with Brenden Rogers's distinctive brand of passing football and maintaining possession, which was regularly on display at Swansea FC, he looks poised for a reunion with welsh midfielder Joe Allen, who has been molded into that very type of player of which Brenden Rogers craves by himself at Swansea FC. Dont be surprised to see Liverpool playing a tight conservation possession game this season but will it suit the current crop of players, it is either going to be a instant success or a much more tedious bedding in period in which the Liverpool faithful may have to accept another mediocre table finish whilst the team is in a transitional phase.

Liverpools stature and its history make them a constant contender for the title, irregardless of their recent positions and striker Luis Suarez will absolutely key if they are to perform this season, he will be aided by the arrival of Italian striker Borini who will be no stranger to Brenden Rogers, who worked with him during his time at Chelsea FC. The aging Captain Steven Gerrard insists that he still has a lot to give and his 3 assists in the Euro 2012 campaign and avoidance of injury throughout provide argue in his defense, can he drive Liverpool towards that ever elusive EPL title and restore themselves as European Heavy weights, the likes of Gerrard will be bitterly determined to fill that void which they have in their trophy cabinet.

What do you think?

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