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Jack Robinson: Six games, no goals. Left-back.
Sebastian Coates: 10 games, one goal. Centre-back.
Two youngsters who had good starts to the season, in part, but have fallen off the radar almost entirely cannot be separated, and despite their young age it is hard to say that they have not had disappointing seasons.
Left-back Jack Robinson should have really been looking to push on this season, having no real competition ahead of him to be cover for Jose Enrique in the first team, but he has made only six appearances in all competitions.
His stints in the side were initially promising, but he has failed to deliver in his last couple of appearances and is unlikely to get much of a look in unless he shows real improvement.
Robinson is spending the rest of the season on loan at Championship side Wolves to get some much-needed first team action.
Centre-back Sebastian Coates showed some imperious form early in the campaign and was tipped amongst fans to make a real case to challenge Martin Skrtel, but aside from a few one-off occasions when he started matches, he has clearly dropped to fourth-choice under Brendan Rodgers.
A few shaky mid-season displays in Europe and a poor showing in the FA Cup seem to have sealed his fate for this season, at least. The summer could yet see him depart Anfield, be it on a temporary or permanent deal.