LAST summer few football fans would've given Liverpool a realistic chance of Champions League qualification, let alone a title challenge sustained to the final day. But one man believed. The 2013/14 season marked the year when Brendan Rodgers revolutionised the club by restoring the faith and reconnecting it with its fans. Throughout the entire campaign he oversaw a breathtaking brand of football spearheaded by Suarez, Sturridge, Sterling and Steven Gerrard - or qpoetry in motionq as the Anfield faithful called it. Kopites asked the squad to qqmake us dream, qq and Liverpool were finally awoken from being one of the game's sleeping giants to becoming a force again. Relive all the classic moments through the eyes of a diehard supporter on the road with Rodgers' Reds. And experience fly-on-the-wall accounts of the sights, sounds, songs and smells of match-days. Crammed with in-depth analysis, humour and facts Make Us Dream is not the closing of a chapter, but the start of a compelling new one.qhe didna#39;t comment on SuAireza#39;s buck teeth or the fact that Ankrtela#39;s skinhead makes him look a bit unpleasant too. Rodgers persisted with his ... Much like the Palace game, Liverpool were in no mood to be patient and came flying out of the blocks. What was ... He skipped past Yacob and then executed his trademark nutmeg through Olssona#39;s legs before drilling into the bottom corner. Our No.7 then ... They know the inevitable will happen, but they still get done like a kipper. That Ap40m+Ap 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Make Us Dream: A Fan's View of the 2013/14 Season|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-07-05|