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This might come as odd to you, but Rodgers needs to give more chances to youngsters.
Yes, Rodgers has already put his faith in a couple of youngsters, and both Jonjo Shelvey and Raheem Sterling fulfilled their potentials.
The time has now come to introduce at least one more youngster to first-team football, and the former Swansea manager has a variety of options in the Academy.
Should Rodgers desire a new striker, Adam Morgan and Samed Yesil have impressed in the reserves and are already looking ready for first-team action.
Martin Kelly, Andre Wisdom and Sebastian Coates are all promising defenders and have, more importantly, already made the bow in some matches of less significance. All of them could one day form one of the best defenses in the league.
Suso, who strangely enough hasn't received the attention he deserves, is a talented playmaker and could help lift the load from Luis Suarez's back.
Liverpool's next golden generation is in the club's youth academy, and with the transition period taking its time at Anfield, this is a fantastic opportunity for Rodgers to introduce as many youngsters as possible to the first team.