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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Steven Gerrard Urges Team Mates to Come out of Draws

Liverpool’s patchy form this season has left the club at the fifth place of the league point table. Captain Steven Gerrard has recently called on his team mates to come out of drawing matches. In fact, Liverpool has had 11 matches drawn this season including the last one against Chelsea. It is for sure that Liverpool is now out of the title contention as they are now 19 points behind leader Arsenal with a match at hand. However, Gerrard is not unhappy with their latest draw at Chelsea, considering the fact that winning a match at Chelsea home ground is very hard. Gerrard thinks that they should come out of their drawing habit in order to keep their Champions league place intact.

AFP reported:

"A lack of consistency has been our problem this season, along with drawing games that we should have won. Coming to Stamford Bridge and getting a point is acceptable, but to draw certain games like we have at home this season, like against Aston Villa and Wigan, they are the most frustrating things."

"When you control games like that away from home, it's disappointing not to take maximum points," Gerrard added. "It would be a waste if we don't kick on from this and keep on drawing games that we should be winning.

"But not many teams go to Chelsea and get a point, so it's a positive result to build on."

Liverpool has been playing well in Champion League and FA Cup, but they are continuously failing to show their best at the premier league. Liverpool is a balanced side with lots of talented players. So, they may have problem to ensure their Champions league place next season. Now, let see if Liverpool finds their form back at the premier league.

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