I don't agree with that at all. Far too often our defenders were defending deep resulting in the likes of Carroll being isolated and having to drop deep to get a touch of the ball. Admitedly the loss of Lucas didn't help so maybe we dropped deeper to compensate for that loss but if you have a footballing principle you play it regardless of hiccups and all too often we lost our shape and momentum. Saying our only problem was a lack of a finisher is missing the woods for the trees.
Well we'll agree to disagree then. I didn't say all season, I said generally. We bossed most games, certainly up to and including Arsenal at home. In fact many of the arguments put forward as to why Dalglish should have got another year was the fact that our football was good to watch. I've a seas ticket but also get to a good few aways and up until Arsenal we'd about 3 or 4 bad games all season. I think we've the personnel there, esp with Lucas coming back in, to play the sort of footie Rodgers may want.
And watching England at the mo, which is no yardstick of greatness granted, but if our players where such disasters last season four are now on the pitch, inc the much maligned Carrol, Downing and Henderson.