Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Sammy Lee: Times Will Change For Liverpool

Liverpool Assistant Manager
Sammy Lee has defended the
Reds ’ start to the season. He said
“It’s been a bit of a mixed
bag so far. There are a lot of
positives we can take from
every game we ’ve played and
there have been some
negatives, but we tend not to
dwell on that. We know we
are not 100 per cent right,
but we are working very
hard to try and perfect what
we are trying to do. It is a
period of transition and
change. People need to
embrace that change. It will
take time and the boss has
said that. The table is quite
tight and only a few points
separate a lot of the teams,
but what we need to do is to
start turning possession into
goals. If we convert the
chances we are creating
then we will be okay. We can
see what we are trying to
get out of the players and it
is very much a work in
progress. ”
Lee believes that although the
league table doesn ’t lie, they are
not far off where they need to
“There’s a fine line between
success and mediocrity. We
are certainly working hard to
make sure we are on the
right side of that line. What
we are trying to implement is
difficult at this time but the
fans are with us and have
stayed with us. It’s important
for the players because once
they know they have the
supporters backing them
they will try to win even
more for them. ”

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