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Brendan Rodgers Has Bagged a Real Gem in Moussa Dembele Says Ex-Liverpool Man

Celtic's summer signing Moussa Dembele has received serious plaudits from ex-Liverpool centre-half Jamie Carragher.

Brendan Rodgers Has Bagged a Real Gem in Moussa Dembele Says Ex-Liverpool Man

Celtic's summer signing Moussa Dembele has received serious plaudits from ex-Liverpool centre-half Jamie Carragher.

'I never had issues' with Raheem Sterling insists Brendan Rodgers

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has hit out at suggestions that he fell out with Raheem Sterling when the pair were at Anfield together.

Mario Balotelli calls Liverpool move the 'worst mistake' of his life

Striker Mario Balotelli believes his ill-fated move to Liverpool was the "worst mistake" of his life.

Rodgers- Liverpool should do everything to keep worldclass sturridge

Liverpool should do everything they can to keep Daniel Sturridge and ensure their "world-class player" returns to full fitness, former Anfield manager Brendan Rodgers has told talkSPORT. Sturridge, 26, scored 21 goals for Liverpool during the 2013-14 season as Rodgers' side narrowly missed out on the Premier League title, but the striker has struggled with numerous injury problems since. The England international played just 12 league games last season -- with seven starts -- and has only made five appearances this term, with new Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp saying in November that the forward must "learn what is serious pain and what is only pain." Sturridge has since been linked with an Anfield exit as reports suggest Klopp is planning to rebuild his attack in the summer transfer window, though Slaven Bilic has denied that West Ham have made a January move for the player.

Gary monk to be sacked, Rodgers in line for replacement

Inside sources at the Liberty Stadium have confirmed Swansea City will announce Gary Monk’s sacking on Tuesday with former.

Ian ayre: rogers had the final say,

Jurgen Klopp is off to a solid start as Liverpool manager, unbeaten in his first five matches and fresh from a 3-1 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
But despite the German’s impressive results, fans and pundits are still picking the bones of Brendan Rodgers reign at the club, which came to an end after three and a bit seasons last month.
One of the constant issues up for debate in the media was whether or not the Northern Irishman was allowed to sign players of his own choosing.
Over £200 million was spent in the transfer market during Rodgers’ time in charge, but the Anfield club’s so-called ‘Transfer Committee’ was always rumoured to have more than a passing influence on the side’s comings and goings.
One man on the afore mentioned committee is CEO Ian Ayre, and he has sought to end any confusion surrounding the direction of the team’s signing policy, insisting that ""Rodgers had the final say on EVERY buy"".


 New Liverpoolfc manger is keenly interested in building a good and long-lasting relationship with his players and the fans

Brendan Rodgers's newly appointed successor declares that his approach will be "tactical with a big heart" as he arrives on Merseyside after agreeing a deal on Thursday
New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has promised supporters a "full-throttle" experience after taking the reins at Anfield.
The former Borussia Dortmund coach replaces Brendan Rodgers on Merseyside and has set out his philosophy for how he will go about bringing success back to the club.

Here what he his saying............
"Winning is important but so is how you win and how you play the game. I believe in a playing philosophy that is very emotional, very fast and very strong," he told the club's official website.

"My teams must play at full throttle and take it to the limit every time. It is important to have a playing philosophy that reflects your own …

Jurgen Klopp Could Get Liverpool Top Four This Season Says Ex-Spurs Boss

Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp believes Jurgen Klopp has every chance of leading Liverpool into the Premier League's top four this season.

Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers on Sunday and moved quickly to bring in former Borussia Dortmund boss Klopp as his successor, announcing the German as their new manager this evening.
Redknapp, who has noted Chelsea's slump, feels that Klopp is heading into a superb club and as a consequence has every chance of finishing in the Champions League spots this term.
He said on Kicca : "Klopp will go in there, he's got a good group of players, they are capable of finishing fourth, maybe might finish fifth.
"But he's got a good chance because he's going to a fantastic football club" , the former Spurs boss continued.

Redknapp also registered his surprise at Rodgers being sacked, explaining he did not foresee the Northern Irishman being axed, while he also believes that the former Reading manager had to c…
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