The TEN things we have learned so far about Liverpool under Rodgers

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  • ken
    2 years ago

    its hard when refs are so bad against you even down to other teams getting free kicks for nothing when we getting into the box,when you have had so many pens brushed away and teams getting them for nothink against you why cant br keep going on about it they change matches.

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    • mark c
      2 years ago

      yep agree ,sometimes you need certain decisions to go your way in games just look at man united ,on so many occasions they get that decision for them to either to get back in the game or win it , we dont ,and decisions going for you specially when they are blatantly obvious can win you matches and build confidence in a squad, if a ref can give spurs a free kick out out side the box for a foul then he sure as hell should give gerrard a penalty for a similiar foul in the box , but when we need decisions to go our way they dont ,liverpool are a team that lacks confidence at times and winning games gets you confidence ,and praising your players for their performance despite a loss is positive

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  • Pete Spencer
    2 years ago

    Good article. #11 would be his keenness to use youth, sometimes earlier than would normally expect at a club this size. This is the least experienced side I’ve seen at Anfield in over 30 years of watching. Is that cos these guys won’t question BR or does he believe they have more to prove and less to lose?

    We have had some poor decisions, not sure it’s a lot worse than other clubs. Wigan will point to a throw-in they should’ve had before we scored against them, but that cancelled out throw-in we should’ve got against Everton when they scored. We’ve still missed more chances than we’ve had penalty decisions turned down

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  • abdul
    2 years ago

    Strongly agree with point 1and point 4. Rodgers keeps blaming the owners instead of himself for spending poorly in the transfers. Borini looks like a 1million dollar striker not 10. Allen looks average Joe. I don’t see much improvement between this side and Kenny’s side. We are looking more like swansea(bottom four team) than a top four team. I feel embarrassed whenever Rodgers proudly compares swansea to LFC. I feel embarrassed to be lfc fan when Rodgers is so proud of his draws. Are you in your right mind Rodgers? You are now managing is LIVERPOOL not swansea!

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  • abdul
    2 years ago

    Looks like we going for a strong finish like swansea under Rodgers, fighting for to be top among the bottom four. Nowadays 20mins through the first half and i can no longer stand watching LFC matches because they are not going to score and just aimlessly pass the ball. What’s the point of passing the ball if you can’t finish off your passing game. Its embarrassing times to be lfc fan now

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