New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers may not make that many changes to personell at Anfield this summer, explaining that the Reds were unlucky under his predecessor, Kenny Dalglish.
Dalglish was dismissed from the Anfield hot seat after a disappointing season for the club on and off the pitch. With Rodgers now at the helm, many have expected a complete overhaul of the squad.
However today Rodgers hinted that he may be happy to work with what he’s got, and getting the very best out of 2011’s signings such as Andy Carroll, Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam.
“If you look at Liverpool’s record last season Kenny was very unlucky because there were so many games they dominated but just failed to hit the back of the net,” he said.
“Defensively they were reasonably strong so it is a case of improving on what has been happening over the last couple of years and giving the players confidence to go and win games.”