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first_img 2 Emre Can has formed part of a back three for Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers 2 Liverpool v Chelsea in the Capital One Cup is live on talkSPORT on Tuesday 20 January 2015After a poor start to the season, Brendan Rodgers has steadied the ship but now faces a tough two-leg test against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup semi-finals.The Reds’ upturn in form – eight wins and just one defeat in their last 14 games – has coincided with a switch to playing three centre-backs, but former Arsenal defender Martin Keown does not believe the Northern Irishman should persist with this formation against the Blues.“Brendan Rodgers is a coach who believes strongly in his own attacking philosophy,” Keown said in his preview of the match for the Daily Mail.“He sticks to his principles, sometimes to the detriment of the team. If Rodgers persists with his preferred back three, Chelsea’s wide men will tear them apart.” Keown, who won three Premier League titles with the Gunners, believes the Liverpool manager needs to show the kind of tactical flexibility he didn’t demonstrate when the Reds lost a crucial Premier League game at home to Chelsea at the back end of last season.“A conventional back four would increase their solidity,” argued Keown, “so it will be interesting to see how Brendan goes.”For more on Liverpool v Chelsea and to read Keown’s thoughts on Steven Gerrard, Cesc Fabregas and what Jose Mourinho has learned, check out dailymail.co.uk/sport/footballlast_img read more

first_imgEverton manager Roberto Martinez believes that Ross Barkley deserves as much – if not more – praise than Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli.The Toffees and Spurs drew 1-1 at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon, with Alli grabbing the headlines for his superb equaliser, but Martinez wants further recognition for Barkley’s ‘incredible’ development over the past three seasons.“I thought Ross Barkley was immense,” said the Spanish coach.“I know Dele Alli’s a young man, he’s grabbing headlines, he’s doing well, and rightly so.“But in Ross we’ve seen an incredible evolution over the last three season; from a player with an incredible talent, with technical ability and power and pace, to becoming a thinker.“He’s someone that can do the defensive work, like he did in the first half today, then becoming an incredible threat on the counter in the second, finding space, always wanting the ball.“He’s such a brave man to take the ball into any situation, and then having that quality and eye to find an assist and a goal.“I thought his performance today was of an incredible maturity.”last_img read more