Football News - Liverpool ready to challenge for English Premier League

The appointment of Roy Hodgson was a major decision. Roy Hodgson brings with him a wealth of experience and also great male leadership skills. Throughout his career, he almost managed to exceed expectations.

Roy Hodgson's appointment is not the only positive change Liverpool have made recently. They decided to sell unhappy and poorly performing players. Benayoun was the first man to leave Anfield when he wanted to join Chelsea to make more money, Liverpool were wise to accommodate his wish. Liverpool also decided to let go of the always injured Fabio Aurelio and the eternal promise, Emiliano Insua. Liverpool need quality and experienced players to achieve their goals. So far, they have signed two quality players in Joe Cole and Milan Jovanovic. Many thought Benayoun's departure meant a step back for Liverpool, but after the signing of Joe Cole, many realized it had been a step forward.

Joe Cole is a younger and much better player than Benayoun. He will definitely be one of their key midfielders with Steven Gerrard in the years to come. Milan Jovanovic is another quality player who plays a more offensive role than Cole. He can play as a striker and as an attacking midfielder. Both players play for their respective countries and are in their late twenties, therefore they are at the peak of their careers. They have both won trophies in their careers, but they still have the much needed thirst for more winning ล่าข่าวพรีเมียร์.

Jovanovic wants to prove himself at the highest levels by winning trophies with Liverpool, while Cole wants to prove to Chelsea wrong by not believing in him. Finally, Liverpool have also managed to hold on to their star players. At first it seemed that Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Dirk Kuyt and Javier Mascherano would leave Anfield, but since then they have all declared that they will stay at Liverpool. All the best players are reassured by Liverpool's competitiveness following the last two signatures made by the club.

Finally, one has to be objective and can not yet determine that Liverpool will be title candidates, but the start is promising and it will certainly not surprise me if Liverpool end up winning the Premier League.