Brendan Rodgers | Stepping Out of The Shadows

Brendan Rodgers | Stepping Out of The Shadows

Picture the scene… Liverpool dismisses an iconic club legend from the post as manager. The outrage is at full tilt, and the fractions amongst the support get wider and wider. The new manager is relatively young, he’s fresh faced and full of idea’s and he’s just walked into one of the biggest clubs in the world. He walks into Anfield and his first official job is to meet the press; the event itself is not in the usual media room. …
The many facets of Rodgers' Liverpool Managerial journey thus far

The many facets of Rodgers' Liverpool Managerial journey thus far

Brendan Rodgers is now coming close to the midway point of his second season as the manager of Liverpool Football Club. It's fair to say that this duration should suffice for most of the club's supporters, if not all, to ascertain what his strengths are and conversely what traits of his that haven't strengthened their confidence in him in rebuilding the great dynasty of Shankly. Young, inexperienced in many ways to shouldering this responsibility, this is a job considered night …
Why isn’t Rodgers the Messiah yet?

Why isn’t Rodgers the Messiah yet?

According to Wikipedia.org, the messiah complex (also known as the Christ complex or saviour complex) is a state of mind in which an individual holds the belief that they are, or are destined to become, a saviour. Rodgers certainly doesn’t outwardly exhibit this, and conversely, the faithful of Liverpool Football Club aren’t holding him in this regard. Well, not yet, at least. In the process of creating his dynasty, Bill Shankly created an aura for his predecessors to forcefully inherit. …
When does 9 1/2 and 9 1/2 make 50? | Suarez and Sturridge

When does 9 1/2 and 9 1/2 make 50? | Suarez and Sturridge

Right now Liverpool are in a very strong position both in the league and in the striking and goal scoring departments. Not since the days of Fowler and Owen or Fowler and Collymore have we had two goalscoring threats up top. Two players who, on current form could get into any other Premier League sides and in Suarez’s case into any team in the world period. But how do you categorise them? Neither one is a “fox in the box” …
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