Brendan Rodgers deserves to be named Manager of the Year

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Does he have the Midas Touch at Liverpool?

Date: 5th April 2014 at 6:31am
Written by Cal Byrne

It’s a natural human reaction to be averse to change. Change is difficult. Change takes effort. Unless it’s absolutely necessary, why would you want to change? It’s for this reason that those who appear to like change are treated with suspicion. Those that change things when they’re going well. Those that seek unnecessary change. Those who seek change for change itself. Brendan Rodgers would fall into this latter category. The manager is seemingly never entirely satisfied with his Liverpool team, even when they win. Characters of this ilk tend to be labelled as ‘tinkerers’. They are the permanently dissatisfied, and the helpless. They are panned and patronised by all quarters. ‘Why can’t they just leave things be?’, we ask. But the difference with Rodgers right now, is that when he makes changes, he tends to get them right. Against Southampton last month, Rodgers opted to play a 4-4-2 diamond for ... Read More

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