You'd think it would be impossible to compete with two teams who each have squads worth over £80 million more than ours, but it just goes to show that football is much more complicated than that! I've stated in the past that money is important - it's a crucial part of building a quality team - but there is more to the game than that!
Chelsea are a great example of money being a part of success, but not a guarantee of it. When you put together a squad of famous, big-named (and, more often than not, extremely egotistical) players, they can play some wonderful football. When everything was going their way, Chelsea were close to unbeatable. However, knock their confidence a bit, a few poor results, and the egos clash and the results go out of the window.
Aside from big names, of which we have a few, Liverpool has a tremendous spirit, and players rarely clash on or off the pitch. This has shown this season, with our great comebacks and grinding out of results, and I hope our battling, never-say-die will to win is rewarded at the end of the season with the silverware we merit.