31st of January 2011 will always be remembered in Liverpool FC history.
As the Merseyside club broke two records on the transfer deadline day to sign Andy Carroll from Newcastle Utd for a mind blowing £35 million and Luis Suarez from Ajax for a £23 million. In doing so, though, they saw their favorite son Fernando Torres depart for a £50 million.
After all the initial fuss about £35 million fee's credentials, finally we might see the tall Englishman on the pitch at Anfield against Manchester United this Sunday.
Suarez and Carroll definitely represent better, younger, attacking options than that of a lone Fernando Torres. Here is a debate about who will make a bigger impact on Liverpool as long as they stay at the club.
Callum D'Souza: The Arsenal Featured Columnist and World Football FC is one of the most respected and widely followed writers on Bleacher Report. The fan base of this person just keeps growing every single day.
Karl Matchett: Liverpool Featured Columnist and a writer who always provides an in-depth thoughts in his articles. Karl is widely respected and an honorable person who provides a different view on football subjects. Karl always represent a local view on Liverpool and the premier league.
Saura Bhattacharjee: Saura is one of the most famous writers on Bleacher Report. He is a passionate Chelsea supporter, writer and Featured Columnist and provides a wide variety of views on everything he writes.
Alex Baker: Alex is a dedicated writer and Ajax supporter. The writer who believes in qualities all around and writes beautiful stuff about Ajax, Barcelona FC and Arsenal.
Vijay Murali: The Arsenal Featured Columnist who also writes about Cricket on B/R. Vijay's articles always have a lot of contents to follow through. A very "driven-by-passion with sense" writer.
Nabeel Khokhar: One of the few writers on B/R who are always there to help you out. The Liverpool Featured Columnist is widely respected for his views on matters other than the obvious ones. Nabeel writes about Liverpool's forgotten affairs many a times which readers do not get to read from elsewhere.
Jai Joshi: A life-long Liverpool supporter who writes things about Liverpool, mainly. The writer likes to get involved in constructive debates with rival fans and writers in a healthy way.
I would like to thank all the above mentioned writers for taking their time out of busy life and providing their views on the debate questions.
Special thanks to Nabeel for helping out with the article and being a mentor for creating this debate.
Hope you will all enjoy their views and provide your own too.