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Ian Rush today backed rookie striker David Ngog to become a star for the Reds.
The Kop's finest ever goalscorer was impressed with Ngog as he kept his cool to finish off Manchester United with a last-minute goal to make it 2-0 on Sunday. And Rush sees something in the 20-year-old Frenchman to suggest he can be a star in the Barclays Premier League. "The most obvious quality is that he can score goals," said Rush, who scored 346 times in 660 games for Liverpool. "The goal against Stoke earlier this season was merely the last-minute flourish to a game which was already won. "But the winner at Leeds in the Carling Cup was both important and very well taken, while Sunday's finish was arguably his coolest and most significant yet. "David is still rough around the edges, but the Anfield coaching staff are clearly working hard on him and he has undoubted potential. "The experience of scoring a winning goal against United will only help his development."
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