As a reader of this article, it’s probably safe to say that you’re aware of Brendan Rodgers and his infamous reign as the leader of the ‘new’ Liverpool from 2012 to what we assumed would be the end of time. However, frankly to our surprise, Rodgers’ stint just lasted a lackluster three whole years before 

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‘If we are to replicate what we did two years ago, we will have to build something. That will take time unfortunately. That is frustrating for supporters but there are new players to come in. That will take time, whether that is me or someone else”. That was Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers speaking after he 

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The summer break often has mystical powers when it comes to football fans. Any disappointments from the previous season become fading memories and the positives can be somewhat embellished; a few new signings and the magical optimism returns. The excitement builds as your team travels to the four corners of the world to play either 

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For the second consecutive summer Liverpool have lost their biggest names, confirming how far they’ve slipped down the football food chain. Despite the protestations of their fans and many ex-players in the media, the Reds are now effectively a selling club, living precariously in the corridor of uncertainty between qualifying for the Champions League and 

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Making changes to the coaching staff at a football club may not seem like a monumental occurrence. But for Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, the recent shuffling of the pack at Anfield could be a defining moment in the career of the young manager. When the final whistle blew at the Britannia Stadium on the final 

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Defeats are always hard to stomach, but some more so than others. Sometimes though, it’s not just about the defeats or the manner of them; it’s an accumulation of things that change the landscape. For over 50 years, trophies have been the currency that Liverpool Football Club has dealt in and the sad fact is 

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Ahead of Chelsea’s FA Cup tie with Manchester City, Jose Mourinho wasn’t going to be quiet. In his Friday press conference, the Portuguese manager set about starting a war of words with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger in an attempt to get under the Frenchman’s skin as the finishing line for the Premier League title race 

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Since Rafa Benitez left Liverpool FC in the summer of 2010 every one of his successors has had the same task: get the club back into the Champions League. Roy Hodgson was brought in to “steady the ship”, but he left the club after only 6 months in charge. Kenny Dalglish was seen by many 

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