It was a word synonymous with the Brendan Rodgers tenure, “my team have shown great character” was a phrase blurted out at almost every press conference, post match interview or anytime the now unemployed manager met with the media. For all his use of the word and emphasis on its importance, Rodgers’ Liverpool didn’t show […]
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Dale O’Donnell discusses the changes that need to happen at Liverpool now that Jurgen Klopp has replaced Brendan Rodgers.
Thomas Wyer explains why Brendan Rodgers is a scapegoat for the deficiencies of ‘Moneyball’, a transfer policy whose flaws extend well outside of Merseyside.
Nick Balchin discusses Brendan Rodgers’ decision to give James Milner more responsibility at Anfield.
As he enters his fourth season at Anfield Brendan Rodgers has yet to find a tactical identity, writes Patrick Mills.
With the dust settling on the Premier League season, Joe Taylor assesses the overall picture at Liverpool.
After their exit from the Europa League, James Nolan looks at how Liverpool can improve their European campaigns in future.
With their captain’s departure at the end of the season, Liverpool have a natural successor in Jordan Henderson, writes James Nolan.
Liverpool have struggled to have the impact that they had last season, but a brand new formation could be the answer to this problem.
A lacklustre performance at Old Trafford was just the latest sign of the Liverpool’s recent decline under Brendan Rodgers.