Friends Of Liverpool

Well, after that fantastic display at Molineaux, where Kenny Dalglish got his first win of his new tenure, he now has a nice problem on his hands, who to leave out v Fulham and where does Steven Gerrard play?
It was a great team performance, full of attacking and good ‘passing and movement’.
Everyone played well but Raul Miereles really caught the eye where he ran the midfield for Liverpool with his neat passing and good link-up play and he crowned his man of the display with a great volleyed goal.
Centre midfield is obviously his best position as he has turned in increasingly impressive outings in the heart of midfield for the Reds.
With Steven Gerrard due back from suspension on Wednesday, King Kenny has a dilema, even if its a good one, where does he play Miereles?
Usually, Gerrard is an automatic choice in the centre of midfield, but with the Portuguese doing so well there, what about playing Stevie G on the right where he played many times before under Rafa and for England.
I’m no football¬†Manager but I would like to see a midfield of Maxi, Lucas, Miereles and Gerrard next Wednesday at Anfield.
Steven plays well out there whipping in great crosses for Fernando Torres and scoring plenty from cutting inside himself too.
Just a thought, great to get back to winning ways again though and I love our style of play under King Kenny.

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