1) Walking in footsteps of legends
At this stage, Rodgers and Moyes share more similarities than they do differences.
Both men succeeded monsters, omnipresent giants who will cast a shadow for decades to come.
The task almost overwhelmed Rodgers.
An assured, progressive manager at Swansea, he appeared to shrink under the sign This Is Anfield.
The spectre of a glorious king - Kenny Dalglish - loomed large.
The heir apparent got tongue-tied, lapsing into management-speak and self-help soundbites. But he is gradually overhauling the excessive royal court of his predecessor.
The cut-price waste management sales of Charlie Adam, Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing underlined Dalglish's fumbling.
Rodgers' smart pre-season signings reveal an increasingly confident manager finally putting his personal stamp on the squad.