(PRWEB UK) 20 February 2014
Brendan Rodgers after being given time to influence the style of play at Liverpool is now seeing the results of his managerial talents in league position and in the quality of the football being played at Anfield this season. Football.co.uk have a thriving Liverpool community which given they are in great form are most definitely smiling.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “Liverpool fans have had a great deal to cheer about in the Premier League and look to be in a strong position to qualify for Champions League football for the first time since the 09-10 season. The team are playing really well but do need to be wary of Spurs that have hit form and are not too far behind in fifth. It’s going to be an exciting last thirteen games and everything is still very much to play for. Whilst Champions League football must be the goal and would certainly help keep hold of Suarez, Liverpool themselves have an outside chance of being Champions themselves with just four points separating them from Chelsea. Liverpool have never been crowned Premier League Champions and that would cement Rodgers reputation, maybe he could become the next Fergie? All this great form has translated in much elevated websites traffic driven a lot from social media trends. Liverpool fans are in dreamland right now with the league win against Arsenal being the icing on the cake. Premier League Champions? Just maybe.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that Liverpool have never had such a good chance to win the League and qualify for the Champions League “To win games you have to score goals and Liverpool are second only to City in that respect and with Aguero out injured and if Suarez and Sturridge keep scoring they are in with a great chance. Only question mark is their consistency for me and strength in depth. We have some fantastic writers producing great content for Liverpool and the result is that fans are coming over to us and enjoying our features and team news.”
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