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It’s easy to say, of course, but that’s how close the Reds were, in terms of ability and consistency. Big Stick Then there are other issues that get thrown into the ring when criticising Benítez. Rotation remains his cause célèbre, or the giant stick with which he is beaten. In his new role as Setanta Sports’ analyst, Steve McManaman wasted no time in stating, with authority, that Benítez needed to rotate less to win the league. The trouble with ex-players going straight into the media is that while they undoubtedly understand the game on a number of levels, it’s hard to believe that they actually research and 38 study issues to the level a manager would.
They create, just from deeper positions. Both move the ball quickly and intelligently over short distances, to help moves build momentum, and each can effortlessly find team-mates at longer range (Alonso especially so). They are like fixed central pivots, around which other players can rotate with more freedom. They enable both full-backs to get forward with fewer worries about being caught out, and crucially, allow the winger to stay forward as well, as there is midfield cover to drop in behind.
It could be argued that Benítez shifts his players around too much within the team –– not rotation as such, but still a form of tinkering. This is much harder to measure, as it often involves many in-game changes. But again it’s not like he’s on his own here: Ryan Giggs played centre-midfield, left-wing and as a striker last season; Wayne Rooney has been deployed on the left of midfield, an act that could be seen as more bizarre than any of Steven Gerrard’s many roles; Alan Smith played as both central midfielder and centre-forward.
Above Us Only Sky: Liverpool FC's Global Revolution by Paul Tomkins