Welcome to my fifth FIFA 12 player ratings review article. So far, I've reviewed Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Chelsea FC, and plan to review Bayern Munich and Manchester United, if time permits later this week.
As Liverpool fans would rather not remember, Liverpool endured a rather poor 2010-11 season. In the first half of the season, the team was overly dependent on the Steven Gerrard-Fernando Torres partnership for goals, and with both players struggling with injuries and poor form, the team as a whole struggled greatly.
In addition, Roy Hodgson's inability to control the team, and his poor transfer campaign in the summer, did not help matters, as nothing seemed to be working at LFC. That is until Kenny Dalglish came in and turned things around, helping Liverpool embark on a run that almost saw them pip Tottenham to fifth place and a Europa League spot.
So how did EA Sports take Liverpool's up-and-down season into consideration when rating Liverpool's players?
Let's find out.
Note: Players rated below 70 are excluded.