Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has come under increasing pressure of late after a string of disappointing results in ‘make or break’ games have all but ended their hopes of a trophy and perhaps even a Champions League place.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has refused to blame Steven Gerrard for the defeat against Manchester United and felt that his side were poor in the first half which led to the defeat.
Manchester City went to Anfield hoping to get their first win at Anfield since 2003. But things didn’t quite work out for Pellegrini`s men as they lost by 2-1 against an inspired Liverpool side.
England boss Roy Hodgson’s tense relationship with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers looks set to continue in the wake of the controversy surrounding Raheem Sterling’s fitness. Roy Hodgson has risked inflaming his simmering feud with Brendan Rodgers by questioning the Liverpool manager’s method of keeping Raheem Sterling fit. Rodgers revealed last month that he believes in giving players, whose primary attribute is pace, a two-day recovery period from the stresses and strains caused by the speed. However, Hodgson says there is little evidence that this program benefits the recovery of an individual. “Raheem might say it is something that is becoming ingrained in him and that he felt the need to talk about being tired more than he would normally do.” Hodgson said. “We have never had any problems with that [Liverpool’s policy] but I don’t think there is a lot of medical evidence to support the two-day recovery so, if you want to, you might want to research that.” “Certainly […]
Liverpool FC thrashes Everton in the highly anticipated Merseyside Derby as Daniel Sturridge scores a brace for the home side.