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And why do they have such a hold over the aesthetics of the sport? ) One area where the Reds suffered in Benítez’s first three years was in finding quick attacking players who suited the system, for that crucial injection of pace. Neither Djibril Cissé nor Mark González managed to exploit their status as the quickest player at the club; neither managed to use his speed in the most devastating fashion. Craig Bellamy was the second-quickest player, after González, but his form was also patchy. 5m profit.
Arbeloa, released by Pennant’s back-heel, squared for Crouch to open the scoring. This was possible –– in a game eventually won 4-1 –– because with two holding midfielders (Mascherano and Alonso), Pennant didn’t have to worry about covering for his overlapping right-back, and Arbeloa didn’t have to worry about holding back for fear of overloading the attack. Both could hare forward and get at the Arsenal left-back, knowing that if the move broke down, either Mascherano or Alonso –– both canny readers of the game with tactical knowledge beyond their years –– would shuffle 32 across in time, while the other could stay central to protect the centre-backs.
Liverpool finished above Arsenal both in ‘06 and ‘07, and also won an FA Cup, while Wenger ended up empty-handed. Benítez proved at Valencia that he could win the league on far lower resources than the opposition; indeed, paltry resources compared with those of Barcelona and Real Madrid. A great achievement, undoubtedly. But when he arrived in this country the difficulty in repeating that feat was that the two rich clubs in England also happened to be more focused and better-managed (from top to bottom) than the two Spanish giants, who seemed to have too much of a self-destruct mentality –– certainly when it came to the hiring and firing of coaches, interference from the board, and the existence of a ‘superstar’ culture amongst their players.
Above Us Only Sky: Liverpool FC's Global Revolution by Paul Tomkins