Identifying Liverpool's Tactical Plan B Under Brendan Rodgers

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Identifying Liverpool's Tactical Plan B Under Brendan Rodgers
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Liverpool's appointment of Brendan Rodgers as manager in the summer of 2012 was a statement of intent: The Reds were to move toward a tactical blueprint which would see them dominate matches and steadily move back toward the summit of English football.

It was never going to happen overnight, nor in a single entire season, but there has nonetheless been a subtle shift away from the pass, pass, pass routine which the boss preached as he walked through the doors of Anfield for the first time.

Meanwhile, with the Reds failing to score in three of their last few Premier League games, calls intensify from some quarters for a return of Andy Carroll, for a more direct style of play, for a so-called Plan B to be created.

But don't Liverpool already have one?

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