Premier League 2018-19: 5 reasons why 2019 could be Liverpool's year
#3 The offence is destructive
Last year, Mohamed Salah was proclaimed as a one-season wonder. This year, he is being called a two-season wonder. In the next 3-4 years, will he become 3-season, 4-season and 5-season wonder?
Combined with Mane and Firmino, Salah has formed the most destructive attacking force in EPL.
Be afraid EPL teams, be very afraid. These three will not let you stop them from winning all.
#4 Anfield is bigger now
Anfield is the most hostile stadium for opposing teams. According to Cristiano Ronaldo, this was the toughest Premier League stadium he played in.
In 2013-14, the capacity was approximately 45,000, and Liverpool finished second. Presently, the capacity is 54,074, so the intimidation factor is bound to be even stronger.
Increased capacity always helps, especially when the stadium is as vocal as Anfield. KOP stand's "You Will Never Walk Alone" chant helps too.
5. Jurgen Klopp
Rafa Benitez and Brendan Rodgers were good coaches, but Klopp is different. Most of the football teams in the world would gladly swap their coaches for the inventor of "Heavy Metal Football".
Liverpool are lucky to have him. And Klopp should thank them for keeping patience with him.
He has built something special with Liverpool, and the time has come for him to get the rewards. A 2018-19 EPL win will be appropriate.