The Northern Irishman is proving to be right in his ideology.
When Brendan Rodgers took over as Liverpool manager in 2012 the Northern Irishman had a plan for how the team would reach the Champions League.
In an interview from November of that year the 40-year-old explains how the Reds need to be scoring 70 plus goals a season to reach the top flight of Europe and not rely solely on Luis Suarez.
Whilst the Uruguayan has played a big part in front of goals this term, the side’s current total of 73 strikes has also largely been down to Daniel Sturridge.
Rodgers clearly knew what he was talking about, as the Merseyside outfit sit second currently in the Premier League after 28 matches and are the highest scorers in the division.
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