Balazs Dzsudzsak is a name not many people will have heard of in and around Anfield. The stock of this Hungarian star is rising sharply. His form last year for PSV Eindhoven supports this with 14 goals and 16 assists – sounds like the perfect ingredient for Liverpool’s rebuilding process.
He is fast, agile, a good crosser of the ball, and a free kick specialist. Liverpool has had many good wingers in the past but Steve Mcmanaman is the last one to have been of world class standard. Has the young Hungarian got what it takes to shine at Liverpool and become a fan favourite? Liverpool fans would instantly take a liking to his direct approach, and a thunderous shot reminiscent of the Riise days would get any fan excited.
Liverpool has been crying out for width, and in the last few seasons it has really shown that when Liverpool can’t go through the middle with Gerrard and Torres, they are struggling. With width and a new strike partnership of Suarez and Torres Liverpool really would a frightening line up. It is debatable whether Suarez and Torres will ever play together off course, due to the Spaniard’s transfer request. Another trait he would bring to the Liverpool team is goals.
Every other big team has goals coming from midfield. Gerrard is one of these but look around and they aren’t too many other players chipping in. Maxi Rodriguez has three, Raul Meireles has two and Dirk Kuyt has one. Compare that to Tottenham with Gareth Bale on eleven and Van der Vaart equal to that, it shows Liverpool are missing a midfield goal threat.
Ultimately Dzsudzsak would certainly add something to the side, his goals and creativity is something Liverpool lack and he would certainly give the fans hope. Kenny Dalglish likes to play attacking football, with the ball on the ground and this would suit the Hungarian. Maybe Liverpool will finally have a Mcmanaman replacement, let’s just hope it’s not another Vladimir Smicer.
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