Gerrard: Liverpool Should Consistently Follow the Champions League
Liverpool – Thanks to an impressive performance in the Premier League last season, Liverpool successfully ended the series of the four seasons without Champions League. The Reds captain Steven Gerrard is hoping the success not only for a moment.
Four consecutive season Liverpool did not take part in the Champions League, the highest competition between clubs of continental Europe. Whereas previously they had been absent at the event for six consecutive seasons.
Stop barrage of negative record last season when the team made it appear surprising Brendan Rodgers in the Premier League. Just hunt for Champions League tickets, ‘The Red‘ is an unexpectedly capable of surpassing the target by fighting for the title.
In the end Liverpool have failed and only the runner up position, unable to compete with Manchester City, who finished two points better. But the performance of the season attracted public attention again. Merseyside children is often considered to be no longer the top four teams after the four previous seasons always finish outside the top five best (7-6-8-7).
In the 2013-2014 season, Liverpool transformed so a team with a game attractive, attacking, and sharp. A total of 101 goals were created throughout the campaign of that year, a little bad cover their back line that conceded 50 goals or the worst among the top five teams.
Gerrard hopes his team not only be a ‘one hit wonder’ and is able to resume performance of last season. By doing so, Champions League tickets can be consistently held.
“It can not be the only show once.’s Statement should not be,” Is not good for our achievements? “This is not a gift from a second place finish last season. I do not see it that way,” said Gerrard told the Daily Mail.
“Liverpool is where it should be, and must be consistent. It is my responsibility and the players to give our best effort. Important for us to be in the Champions League again next year.”
“The players who have never felt this competition and then taste it, once they get the experience that I know, they will love it. Hopefully it will encourage them to want to keep this competition is always there in the clutch Liverpool for a long time into the future,” said former The England international midfielder.
Liverpool will start the journey in the Champions League this season with a face Ludogorets at Anfield on Wednesday (17/09/2014) pm dawn later. Both are drawn in Group B along with defending champion Real Madrid and Basel.