The Impact Of Roy Hodgson

The revival of Liverpool under the guidance of new manager Roy Hodgson can be seen after 4 games in charge this season – 3 in Europa League and 1 in premiership against Arsenal. Expectation and confidence suddenly rise at Anfield after a few months of gloaming era under Rafa Benitez last season. Most of the legends such as King  Kenny and Ian Rush agrees that he is the right man to lead Liverpool in the new era.

  • The first moves that makes he is an instant crowd favourite is key players Steven Gerrand and world cup winner Fernando Torres commitment to the club. These two players is important for him to bring back glory to Anfield.

  • The  ability of him to lure Joe Cole to sign for the club although there is interest from Arsenal, Spurs and Man U who can give him Champion League football. While most  pundits says that he went to Liverpool due to money, but the history and tradition of the club is something that we cannot rule out in order for us to attract new players.

  • Youngster given chance to play. Martin Kelly and Danny Pacheco the two highly rated youngster in the squad was given chance to play in the Europa League playoff. Surely more youngster will be given chance to play in FA Cup and Carling Cup this season.

  • Fringe players plays with more confidence. Players such as David Ngog makes a good start this season and I do hope he will be able to do the same magic into Ryan Babel.

  • Liverpool changing style of play. He try to adopt different style of play and against Robotnicki and Trabzonspor there is some free flowing football from Liverpool and it will be improve once the new players such as Cole and Jovanovic gels with the others.


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