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Carra: We can go again
In his latest article for the Daily Mail, Liverpool fan favorite Jamie Carragher took the opportunity to write about his former club and their treble win.
The 37-year-old was a tough-tackling defender for Liverpool between 1996 and 2013, notching up more than 500 appearances in the Premier League and has a number of winner's medals to his name from tournaments like the FA Cup and the Champions League.
Liverpool took England by storm in 2014/15 as they finished top of the Premier League, 10 points ahead of 2nd-placed Manchester United, and also brought home the League Cup and the FA Cup after beating Arsenal in two cup finals, thanks in part to manager Brendan Rodgers' tactical system of passing and possession football as well as star players like Raheem Sterling and Steven Gerrard.
Brendan Rodgers has played a big part in Liverpool's success
"Liverpool have been so exciting to watch this season," Carragher wrote. "They played some great football last season but this season has been even better. Brendan introduced a new formation, a new tactic and I think that really improved their fortunes and brought the best out of every player in the team.
"I can't say I'm surprised that we've won the league because Liverpool have played the best football as compared to every other team in England this year. Personally, I don't feel that's an opinion, but rather a fact.
"There is simply no other team that can contest their style of play."
With only two losses in the league that came early on in the season against Manchester City and Arsenal just as the Reds were starting to find their feet, it is easy to see where Carragher is coming from.
Liverpool have played the best football in England this season, according to Carragher
"This isn't it for Liverpool," he continues. "Rodgers and the other boys have to think about continuing forward. We've got a domestic treble this time, let's move on to a European trophy the next.
"Dropping out against someone like Juventus in the Quarter Finals isn't something to be ashamed of but I'm sure Rodgers can build on his success by going all the way in Europe next season.
"The team definitely has the quality as everyone has seen. We can go again, there's no doubt about that."