Liverpool – Despite minimal experience in the Champions League, Brendan Rodgers is believed to be able to bring semoncer Liverpool in the Premier League last season. Rodgers will be good at the theory itself as a learning curve.
Rodgers getting a bigger challenge this season. Not only to be able to repair the nicks in the Premier League last season, Liverpool also have to prove themselves as a viable team in the Champions League.
But in fact, the Reds are still scattered in the 11th up to the fifth week of the Premier League. They’ve reaped two victories and three defeats.
Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes Rodgers will soon find concoction robust method to restore Liverpool spurs. Results up and down at the beginning of the season is believed to be an important lesson Ridgers mix team, both in the Premier League or in the Champions League.
“When you go up the class and reach the right position or play extra matches because of that success, it means you are undergoing a learning curve,” Dalglish said as quoted by the Daily Star.
“Learning curve is not just for new players to join but also for Brendan Rodgers. He has never handled a team to the European level before.
“They’re going to need a little time to tune but what was done last year need to be respected. They just need moncer again this season and I believe they can achieve it. They grabbed it last year and have been very close. I am sure they will repeat this year,” 63-year-old man said.