Rodgers’ self-confidence was rewarded last season in the form of an unlikely title challenge. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers starts his life without talismanic striker Luis Suarez in his third season at Anfield, needing to build on a surprise second-place finish and also deal with the added burden of Champions League football.Liverpool were a pleasure to watch going forward last season as Rodgers found room to accommodate Daniel Sturridge and Uruguayan maverick Suarez, and the pair repaid him with interest as the Merseysiders racked up 101 Premier League goals.None of the new faces could be regarded as marquee signings yet but Rodgers tends to get the best out of players that suit his style and system, well aware that Liverpool still lack the financial clout of clubs like Manchester City and Chelsea.
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