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Liverpool Crisis: Brendan Rodgers’ 5 Biggest Mistakes Since The Summer, Including Hideous Transfer Policy

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The shameful transfer policy…

Liverpool spent around £120m in the summer, and there’s literally nobody who could possibly argue that they spent the £75m Luis Suarez windfall well.

They splashed £26m on Adam Lallana when Chelsea paid the same money for Cesc Fabregas.

They spent £20m on Lazar Markovic, a Serbian who’s made two Premier League starts and failed to contribute a goal or an assist in any competition.

They spent £20m on Dejan Lovren, who can now only get in the team because of an injury to 33-year-old immobile veteran Kolo Toure.

Mario Balotelli cost £16m and hasn’t scored a Premier League goal, Emre Can cost £10m and can’t get in the side for love nor money, and the hapless Jose Enrique starts ahead of £12m Alberto Moreno.

It’s arguably the worst set of transfer business conducted by an individual club in the history of the top flight.

To emphasise – Liverpool spent nearly £120m during the summer. Against FC Basel, Martin Skrtel was asked to play up top for the final 20 minutes.

Samuel Eto’o was available on a free, but they let Everton sign him, and dumped £4m on Rickie Lambert instead.

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