Brendan Rodgers

For the entirety of January, I was convinced my football club would recruit that midfielder which was desperately needed. My misguided faith in our owners (doing the right thing) has left me saddened, as I wanted to remember them for all the good they have done for this historical club. It can never be denied […]

I wrote previously how it could be a choice as to who leaves the club first, Jurgen Klopp or FSG. Given the underwhelming result against Chelsea this past weekend, I still think the big German could depart his post, certainly if results were to continue in an unsatisfactory manner. My hope is that the club’s […]

With one game won and two to go, the Christmas Premier League fixture list has started very well for the Reds. After a successful Boxing Day trip to Villa Park, Jurgen Klopp will now be hoping to heap further misery on former Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, as Friday will see his Leicester side travel to […]

After tuning in and watching from my sofa as Liverpool were on the wrong side of a 3-0 thumping at Anfield, I remember the feeling crashing over me: “We’re not a big club anymore.” The date was 29 August 2015, and it was the first time that thought had ever crossed my mind. Here we […]

It seems an absolute eternity ago that Liverpool were signing certain players under the management of Brendan Rogers at Liverpool. This summer could see some of Mohammad Salah, Sadio Mané, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner and Joe Gomez leave the club. Whereas the first two are key components within this current Liverpool side, there is no […]

In a period where life is still somewhat irregular, a little bit scary and often times frustrating, there is still the odd football moment that brings pure joy. Last weekend Liverpool entertained a visiting Arsenal side, and their young manager, Mikel Arteta. For Liverpool’s fanbase, the pre game was relaxed, and confidence was high. The […]

The final few embers of the Brendan Rodgers regime still remain, with Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Joe Gomez and Divock Origi now rotation pieces of varying quality, within Jürgen Klopp’s squad. As part of any management era, there is always incoming failures that have a shelf life. Under the Brendan stewardship, the hits were few, […]

The history of Liverpool FC is littered with attacking brilliance, overflowing with characters, and allows the fans a chance to relive memorable moments with a smile. Recent years (predominantly the Premier League era), has seen a marvellous array of forwards grace the Anfield turf, and disagreements as to who was better than who, will always […]

For years, the director of football was a nuisance, an obstacle and a hinderance to most managers throughout the Premier League. The mere thought that any old school manager would need either help, guidance or another body to aid the club football was sneered upon, and often dismissed. FSG have had their failings, that is […]

Understanding the rise, fall & resurrection of Brendan Rodgers is a story in itself. From his days under the initial Jose regime at Chelsea (as youth team coach) along with Andre Villas Boas & Steve Clarke, to his current position overachieving at Leicester, the road has been bumpy to say the least. Much can be […]

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