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The –09 Premier League season was the 17th season since the establishment of the Premier League in Manchester United became champions for the 11th time on the penultimate Aston Villa, Everton and Fulham all secured European football for the –10 season through their league position.
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Their destruction of Aston Villa the other week demonstrated the side they have become admirably.
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Hodgson is real manager of the year. Fulham near Europe with Villa victory. How will your team finish? Latest Premier League table.
Bobby Zamora Tough to chose a loser from this side. Jimmy Bullard would have been a contender had he not left, but, as it is. Zamora gets the dubious honour for having scored just twice in 32 starts this season while Dimonsy Kamara, his main rival, has managed four despite being just two starts.
Summer transfer ins and outs: Hodgson has already made some inspired transfer moves. The list goes on.
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In the end, the biggest factor in Benitez not guiding his talented side to a title triumph was a lack of squad depth. Lucas Leiva often came in for Mascherano or Alonso, but at that time the Brazilian was a far cry from the dominant midfielder he became in the years that followed. Too many silly points were dropped at home too, with Stoke, Fulham, West Ham and Hull all coming away from Anfield with a draw. Liverpool had thumped their fiercest rivals at Old Trafford in mid-March, and the Red Devils then lost at Fulham a week later.
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Credit must go to United for having the mental strength to hold on and lift yet another trophy, but deep down they know Liverpool were superior that year. The Magpies played some sensational attacking football that season, with players like Peter Beardsley, David Ginola, Faustino Asprilla and Les Ferdinand wreaking havoc, but their gung-ho approach ended up being their downfall.
The horrific broken leg that striker Eduardo suffered in February seemed to completely derail their challenge, along with other injuries, and they had to settle for third-place in the end.
Defensively there were clear flaws, but some of the attacking play they produced, particularly after Christmas, was out of this world. They were brimming with world-class players all over the pitch, whether it be the consistency of Reina and Carragher, class of Mascherano and Alonso or match-winning genius of Gerrard and Torres.
I feel we took that team for granted at the time — believe it or not there were fans that booed a home draw with West Ham in late , despite Liverpool going top of the table — with Benitez a constantly divisive character with the fans. Liverpool FC begin work on new training complex. More from This Is Anfield.