Originally Posted by mig_superdepor
i'm not a big fan of Gerard houllier..i still think credit should go to Paul le Guen who done a terrific job there..he derserves credit...houllier has done nothing but inherit a wondeful talented team... they have to achieve at least the semi's for their team i think....
player to watch: juninho pernambucano, diarra, (and so many others!)
Actually there are still a lot of people cautious about Houllier's management. I agree 100% with you, that's why I wrote "...Santini and Leguen have undoubtedly left their mark, now Houllier has been assigned the task for a successful continuation...". Just that the maintenance of a good level is not an easy task as it seems and we can find references in the past that prove my point. Houllier is a happy and lucky man with the team he's got but seems to be handling things well for the moment. And his rotations have been effective so far. Let's see...