Liverpool in need of dedication

Players at the club are not doing their utmost best to reproduce the club’s form that was challenging for the title just 2 seasons ago.

The majority of the players are the same, although 2 world-class centre-midfielders left in Xabi Alonso and Javier Mascherano, the club should of been able to find adequate replacements elsewhere as the world isn’t short of top class playmakers.

Although their replacements haven’t been near Xabi or Javier’s standard, there has been a cause to say there could be enough in the likes of Mereiles and Lucas to suggest they could do enough.
And despite never finding quality in the centre of the park, there is still some to challenge at the right end of the table.

So there shouldn’t be any excuses on Liverpool’s part. The club has been in freefall this season, and the main problem they have is the lack of passion shown by the majority of players who pull on the famous Reds’ shirt and step over that white line.

The only few who do include players who, as many a fan would tell you “bleed Liverpool red”.
Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, and the bright young talent of Martin Kelly at right-back who are 100% committed to the cause.

Other than a few players plying their trade for Liverpool’s Reserves, looking to get their first-team shot, commit 110% when crossing that white line.
Even Fernando Torres, feared by strikers a few seasons ago doesn’t give his all. When luck doesn’t go his way, or the service isn’t up to his liking, he is ineffectual.

Kenny Dalglish has a tough job to get Liverpool back on track.
New players are the answer, and players like Charlie Adam, Scott Dann and youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlaine could provide the spark back into their season. With few other names being linked, they should consider getting players with more grit and determination, because these current players simply; are. not. working.

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