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With additions to the flanks in the summer of 2007, Benítez said Gerrard 31 Above Us Only Sky would be spending more time centrally. But it’s an area where the manager’s options are vast. The problems in 2006/07 were easy to spot, but harder to eradicate. Luis García was a gem who, for every minute of football played, had been the most prolific midfielder in the Premiership from open play for a number of seasons. The trouble was accommodating him for something even remotely approaching every minute of every game; something Benítez did not feel was possible.
Add the final two away games, which were lost with Benítez looking to avoid injuries by selecting his reserves rather than going all-out to win, and the results on the road could have been so much better. Better finishing, and a more balanced fixture list, and future away campaigns could be successful if the Reds played the same way. All the same, there was still plenty of room for improvement, particularly 37 Above Us Only Sky in terms of pace going forward. Craig Bellamy, as the only quick striker on the books, was the ideal weapon for the Reds’ travels.
The Australian’s time at Liverpool has been blighted by a succession of injuries, but he remains one of the most natural midfield finishers around, as he showed in his first five months at Liverpool, when he quickly moved towards double figures by Christmas. Having these two players miss so much of the season was detrimental, especially as Mark González, a proven goalscoring winger in Spain and for Chile, failed to adapt to English football. The trouble was compounded whenever two of Alonso, Mascherano and Sissoko were in the centre of midfield.