Please pardon me for using a picture that has Rafael Benitez in it.
Do not get me wrong, I, myself, am a person who lives in the moment, the present.
The present,according to me, is better than what most of the others make it out to be. However, Liverpool's domination is not being reflected.
Thus, the team shall ingrain a ruthlessness to beat teams into submission well before the dying stages of matches.
It is time to remind ourselves of who we exactly are—"We Are Liverpool."
The next two matches (the FA Cup 5th round tie against Brighton at home, and the Carling Cup final at Wembley against Cardiff) could not be more perfectly timed for Liverpool, as they are favorites for both games and can attain a lot of confidence into the league campaign following convincing victories in both of these two fixtures.
One must not forget though, barring Bellamy and partly Suarez, no one has actually fired up this season for Liverpool.
Let us take a look at five players who may use these easier, though still tricky fixtures, as a drawing board to propel their form and the team's chances for Champions League qualification.