Friends Of Liverpool

With all the negative reaction following Liverpool’s capitulation to West Brom at the weekend, I am of the glass half-full side.

Yes, we conceded three goals.
Yes, we were down to ten players after 58 minutes.
And yes, Luis Suarez missed a hatful of chances.

If I were Brendan Rodgers, I would make a simple change in the forwards. Instead of having Luis Suarez at the head of attack,

I would put new signing Fabio Borini directly upfront with Suarez to the right where he is more comfortable.

Borini scored six goals in nine games for Rodgers at Swansea in their promotion to the Premier League two years ago.

Before that he scored nine goals for Roma in 24 appearances in Italy.

He is a member of the Italian Squad which reached the Euro 2012 Final this Summer, so he has the quality to do well as an out and out forward for Liverpool this Season.

Try him up there against Hearts on Thursday Brendan and if the experiment works, keep him there!

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