Liverpool could sleepwalk and repeat the great FSG-Red Sox mess

The FSG and Liverpool’s recruitment team could be forgiven for not anticipating the marked drop in quality of the Reds’ quadruple hunt last term.

Regardless, the evidence on offer in 2022/23 simply cannot be ignored at this stage with the team eight points out of the top four (albeit with one game to go).

Dan Kennett, a professional data analyst, raised some concerns on Twitter about the latest deals Michael Edwards secured before his departure, with several underperforming key men on long-term contracts.

The parallels between Jurgen Klopp’s men and the Red Sox’s decline are somewhat frightening, though one has to assume that, given the German tactician’s record, we are capable of getting out of the current mess.

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The transfers in January seem essential to constantly turn on the ignition and start a path to the top four places.

Perhaps a long break for some players, provided by the World Cup in Qatar, is key, although it is telling that many of our main stars responsible for taking us to the top of the league and the Champions League final in recent years are struggling to reach his best form. .

A radical change is needed, beyond tactics and, fortunately, our owners will already have an idea of ​​​​what needs to be done in terms of investment to prevent this alarming decline from continuing beyond this campaign.

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