Liverpool's 6 Biggest Disappointments of the 2013/14 Premier League Season

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Liverpool's 6 Biggest Disappointments of the 2013/14 Premier League Season
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Liverpool's 2013/14 season was, despite what Alan Hansen may try to tell you on Match of the Day, a huge success.

Hansen, the last captain to lift the title for the club, claimed that the season has been a "failure" for Liverpool—despite Brendan Rodgers' side far exceeding pre-season expectations.

Hansen cites that any team that has their title destiny in their hands with four games remaining and then don't win it from that position must regard it as a failure. Logic perhaps but misguided logic given the lack of context provided to the situation.

Liverpool had gone on an incredible 11-match winning run and qualified for Champions League football despite many pundits doubting whether they would finish in the top four when the season kicked off.

Eighty-four points, 101 goals and a second place finish a year after finishing seventh, returning the club to Europe's elite competition for the first time since 2009 points at the campaign being highly successful.

There were though, as always, some disappointments along the way.

Here are the six biggest disappointments for LFC in 2013/14.

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