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A NEW IDENTITY Liverpool have long been associated with pass-and-move football, but the club lost their way during Kenny Dalglish's second stint as manager, typified by the club-record 35 million pound ($58 million) acquisition of target man Andy Carroll in January 2011 .Daniel Sturridge cost only 12 million pounds when he signed from Chelsea in January last year, but he has emerged as one of the deadliest strikers in the country, scoring 34 goals in his first 43 games for the club.Although of the six players who arrived last year, only goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been able to hold down a first-team place.Rodgers stood firm, however, and Suarez has rewarded the Northern Irishman by producing the best season of his career, scoring 29 league goals and developing a superb understanding with Sturridge.
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