Kewell Enthusiastic About New Style
Harry Kewell has revealed on the Liverpool website that he is enthusiastic about the new style of football that has been introduced by new manager Rafael Benitez.
Harry Kewell (pictured right) has revealed on the Liverpool website that he is enthusiastic about the new style of football that has been introduced by new manager Rafael Benitez. He also revealed that he is keen show Liverpool fans he is the real deal, after his season tapered off, along with the teams title hopes. Kewell told liverpoolfc.tv: "It always nice when a new manager comes in who wants to play the ball and use the wide midfield men. I love the way we've been playing so far. All this passing and movement is great for me and I'm really enjoying it. "After Christmas last season I suffered a bit of dip in form but I'm looking to get my game going again and I've got a good manager beside me to show me the way. "I can't put my finger on what exactly went wrong last season. If I could I'd change it straight away. But at this moment in time I'm feeling good, fit and healthy. Hopefully my form on the pitch will be the same. I've always got something to prove, if only to myself, and I'm confident I can do it. Twelve months ago Kewell's Liverpool career started in a blaze of glory but sadly tailed off as the season progressed. The Australian international came to Anfield with a big reputation and a view to challenging for the games major honours. He admits the Liverpool fans are yet to see the best of him and although the Reds were way off the pace last season he believes the arrival of the new boss has given everyone genuine grounds for optimism. "It's going to be a long campaign,” Kewell added. “We've got a big squad and it's going to take everyone of us to partake in all games we have to play. If we do that, then you never know where it is going to take us."
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