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Liverpool balls: Rodgers was a ‘bizarre genius’ with great teeth

by | 6th, October 2015

Screen Shot 2015-10-06 at 12.46.01Pundit Watch: The Daily Mail’s Adrian Durham has bene talking about Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers’ sacking.

October 6 2015: “Brendan Rodgers was too much like David Brent to succeed at Liverpool… it was three years of excuses, blame-shifting and bizarre motivation techniques”

The joke went round some weeks ago that the most significant improvement Brendan Rodgers has made since he arrived at Liverpool is to his teeth.

December 2, 2014:

The critics have put last season’s massive improvement down to Luis Suarez. There have been plenty of teams who have had a special player who didn’t achieve what Liverpool did last season (look at Spurs with Gareth Bale as a recent example). It was so much more than that, and Rodgers deserves his share of the credit for taking a team from a bang average seventh-place finish in 2012-13, to within a whisker of the title last season.

November 4, 2014: “Liverpool’s sluggish start to the season should not overshadow Brendan Rodgers’ outstanding achievements last term”

I’m amazed how quickly some people have forgotten how brilliantly Rodgers did with Liverpool last season.

September 9, 2014: “Brendan Rodgers’ man-management has transformed Jordan Henderson into a vital player for club and country”

…under Rodgers he has become a brilliant midfield player who can control a game, keep the ball and use it with intelligence and quality.

March 4, 2014:

Tactical genius. That’s what Brendan Rodgers is. …

A lot of managers have been praised this season for showing tactical prowess but none can top what Rodgers has done. He’s changed formation from game to game and during matches. But more impressive than that, he’s devised a system to allow good players to flourish and enjoy their football.

Bizarre, indeed.



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