As news recently emerged that former iconic player Gary McAllister has joined the club as first-team coach, we discuss what else Liverpool Football Club will need to be a success this upcoming season.
With less than 30 days to go before the tantalisingly anticipated 2015-16 Barclays Premier League campaign kicks off, Liverpool fans will be partially satisfied at the business club manager Brendan Rodgers has done in bringing in the likes of Brazil International Roberto Firmino and England internationals Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Ings as well as James Milner.
But, Liverpool are still in search of that sparkling player that will change their fortunes indefinitely, especially now that Raheem Sterling seems destined to leave the club for sky-blue pastures.
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Many names have been brought forward, the most appealing being Barcelona front-man Pedro.
The question remains though, will all this - and possibly even more to come - be enough to see Liverpool make a success of their campaign and push for a Champions League spot for next year?
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Liverpool fans will be hoping so; and even hoping for more as they despondently see their former legendary captain Steven Gerrard parading through the streets of glamorous and sunny California in an LA Galaxy shirt.
The competition facing Liverpool will be tougher than ever next season.
Teams, even the likes of Crystal Palace for example, who are able to sign players like Yohan Cabaye, is demonstration enough that football is becoming a chess game for the very rich and elite.
Many traditionalists and sceptics will oppose this elite chess-style regime football is being run under, but for many more, it is an igniting passion that is growing and growing as the money becomes more substantial and the opportunities more abundant.
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