Thursday, May 12, 2011

Jay Spearing Future Reds Playmaker

Under the management of Kenny Dalglish and Steve Clarke, Jay Spearing has enjoyed a consistent run in the Liverpool's first team. His displays have earned plaudits and excellent reviews both from Kenny himself and from others in the football world. The continued absence of Steven Gerrard has propelled Spearing into a key man for King Kenny. Well, the lack of depth on the Liverpool bench may have something to do with that but generally Jay Spearing has grabbed his chance with both hands and made a strong case for himself.

For someone who started out as a centreback in youth football, he has exceptional passing ability. In the games that he has started, he has been composed on the ball and passed intelligently. In Liverpool's best run of form this season, the Spearing-Lucas partnership have controlled the middle of the park against the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Joey Barton, Danny Murphy and Craig Gardner.

At the heart of Liverpool's surge to fifth place in the league has been the playmaking skills of Jay Spearing. Just look at the chalkboards and it will become apparent that Spearing has the ability to influence a football match from a deep-lying position. And why not? He has a sure first touch, fantastic stamina, wide passing range and therefore could be moulded into a potential deep lying playmaker.

His strong displays alongside Lucas have earned him a late call up to the England U-21 squad for June's European Championship. The world will now be able to appreciate the work rate and passing ability of Jay Francis Spearing.

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