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Did Roy Hodgson say Raheem Sterling was better off at Manchester City than Liverpool?

by | 27th, July 2015

Can the Sun endear itself to Liverpool fans? No.  The paper’s Charlie Wyett has go by telling everyone:

‘ROY HODGSON will infuriate Liverpool fans after saying Raheem Sterling will become a BETTER player now he is at Manchester City.’

Hogdson, the erudite, circumspect and likeable former Liverpool actually said that Sterling would become a better player because Manchester City make better players than Liverpool?

No. He didn’t.

Speaking after the 2018 World Cup draw, Hodgson said: “He was playing for a club with a very strong fan base, not only in England but in other parts of the world.

“And unfortunately for him I suppose, the fans locally at Liverpool took unkindly to the fact he made it clear he wanted to move. That is part and parcel of football really.

“If anything that will help him to mature and improve even more. For his age, he is a remarkably strong and robust person, not just physically on the field but mentally. And these things, if anything, will make him stronger.”

City will not make him stronger: expeience will. The Daily Mail gets it

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