Key men: Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel (pictured here in 2012) have been Liverpool team-mates for several seasons now (Picture: Getty)
Liverpool have scored goals for fun this season but their defensive problems have been highlighted by pundits because of the number of goals they’ve conceded in certain games.
At times Liverpool have looked like a team happy to concede as long as they score more goals than their opponents, although the fact is they’ve conceded only slightly more than a goal a game (39 goals in 32 Premier League matches) this season.
This philosophy is great for supporters but I’m sure it is not part of Brendan Rodgers’ tactics.
In fairness to Rodgers, he has not had a settled back four for most of the season with injuries to Glen Johnson, Jose Enrique, Mamadou Sakho, Jon Flanagan, Kolo Toure and Daniel Agger causing him a series of defensive headaches.
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