Above Us Only Sky: Liverpool FC's Global Revolution by Paul Tomkins

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In that case, the key is to add strikers who convert chances at a better rate, but whose inclusion don’t lead to fewer chances being created in the first place –– from laziness, as an example, or sloppy technique outside the box –– as that just leaves you back at square one. It’s pointless having the world’s best six-yard predator if you can’t get the ball to him. Here’s something to ponder. In 2001 Manchester United, champions for the previous three seasons in England, and six times in the previous eight campaigns, finally signed Ruud van Nistelrooy, the ultra-prolific striker who’d made his name at PSV Eindhoven.

This, having previously only managed a personal best of ten in a single season, and just four, seven and six in the three seasons before Benítez arrived. With other players bought to perform the more defensive side of the game, Gerrard has been freed up to attack. The debate centred around where to play him, with Benítez fond of switching him around, but the manager’s aim was always to get him into dangerous areas during games. With additions to the flanks in the summer of 2007, Benítez said Gerrard 31 Above Us Only Sky would be spending more time centrally.

What Pennant did do is create plenty of goals for others. So too did Luis García, albeit with a different style of play, but the Spaniard also scored regularly. Unlike García, whose instincts were always to drift infield, Pennant can give the team good width, and if that helps the side keep an offensive shape, that can open space for others to exploit. But without adding goals to his game, his grip on a place in the side may come under threat. With Steven Gerrard a fairly guaranteed source of both goals and assists from the right, and Yossi Benayoun capable of doing the same, Pennant instantly becomes more of a tactical trump card than a regular winning hand.

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