Published Tuesday, 17 September 2013
Such a record would draw plenty of praise if it were Barcelona, Real Madrid or either Manchester club.
But it's the record of Liverpool this season in the Premier League, led by Northern Ireland-born Brendan Rodgers.
On Monday night, he took the Reds to his old employers Swansea City in the Premier League and came away with a 2 - 2 draw.
Not even the most ardent of fans (of any club) would suggest in September the form to this point will result in a League title away down the line in May but Liverpool, under the guidance of the 40-year old Carnlough man are moving solidly, it appears, in the right direction.
Rodgers saw his playing career ended prematurely by injury but he travelled for a time around Spain studying different coaching methods and got a big break in 2004 when he was invited to become the head youth coach at Chelsea in Jose Mourinho's first spell at the Bridge.
Managerial roles at Watford and Reading followed but it was at Monday night's opponents Swansea where Rodgers really caught the eye, leading them to the Premier League in 2011 just a year after joining.
In doing so he created his own little piece of history - he was the manager of the Premier League's first ever Welsh team.
A solid season followed and it was enough for the Reds to unveil Rodgers as their new manager.
And what boots he had to fill - coming in to replace the departed 'King' Kenny Dalglish.
Despite a shock FA Cup exit to Oldham, Rodgers did guide the Reds to 7th in the League - one place higher than the previous campaign.
Rodgers was named the Premier League Manager of the Month for August.
In interviews with the media Rodgers comes across as articulate and measured and he has handled off-the-field controversies, notably with Luis Suarez, in a manner which has come across very well - this will no doubt not have been lost on the club's owners who were keen to restore the club's image following the Uruguayan player's clashes with Manchester United player Patrice Evra.
Southampton, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and West Brom await Liverpool in their next four Premier League games.
And Rodgers will be quietly confident with such opposition that he could be extending the Reds impressive start and increasing still his own managerial credentials on one of the big stages of football.
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