Graph of Liverpool’s points total after 28 games shows Reds’ incredible progress under Brendan Rodgers
- March 3, 2014
Liverpool are now genuine title contenders after last weekend’s Premier League results; putting themselves in the shake-up for the first time since finishing 2nd under Benitze in 2008/09.
And much of the Reds’ progress has been down to manager Brendan Rodgers, who’s instilled his pass and move philosophy on the club, as well as instilling belief and a winning mentality.
The graph below shows just how great the progress has been; on 59 points after 28 games, this is their highest total in more than 20 years, since the title-winning years of Kenny Daglish in the late 80s.
A good omen for Pool fans, surely.
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