Liverpool FC: Much Remains To Be Said of Revitalized Club

Bleacher ReportCorrespondent IFebruary 2, 2011

SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - JANUARY 16:  Newcastle player Andy Carroll looks on from the tunnel before the Barclays Premier League match between Sunderland and Newcastle United at Stadium of Light on January 16, 2011 in Sunderland, England.  (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
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Kenny Dalglish deserves plaudits for being able to sign two quality young strikers in Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll.

Both represent the future of Liverpool football, but also these signings signify Dalglish as a worthwhile option for a permanent managerial position.

Dalglish single-handedly revitalized Liverpool, to the point that the sulking Torres suddenly looked like he had found his form.

It represents a hopeful and exciting time for Liverpool, as the club ownership made sure it put its stamp on the club with the new signings.

Regardless of the price, the intention of Liverpool is to retain elite status in England and, of course, in Europe.

Liverpool are playing their old signature brand of "kick and push" football, which seems to have fit the current crop of players quite well.

It also doesn't hurt that fellow Scotsman and first assistant coach Steve Clark was brought into the fold in terms of coaching and training regimen.  Clark's methods are so far working for the Liverpool players.