Paul: Where have I heard this before
'We did him a disservice': Brendan Rodgers would have achieved the same glory as Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool if he was given more time, says Reds legend John Barnes.
Comments: From real students of the game.
Justjohndoe, London , United Kingdom, 10 minutes ago
Borini batotelli and lambert. The most useful front 3 of all time. Firmino at right wing back against utd
Matips Big Toe, In front of the Kop, United Kingdom, 10 minutes ago
We lost 6-1 to Stoke when Sterling was laughing sitting on the bench. Hard to forget
Rushioto2112, Newcastle under Lyme , United Kingdom, 39 minutes ago
Liverpool sold Suarez a d replaced him with Balotelli, Benteke etc ! I rest my case !
vanjik, Nairobi, Kenya, 54 minutes ago
This Rodgers was so obsessed with Suarez than other players... When Suarez left he was confused who to buy ...benteke.balloteli..aspas.bolini..Allan..about 100 million was wasted on these players ....he could have bought isco and lowadoski
Redwolf74, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, 59 minutes ago
Brendon Rodgers is a good coach but not an elite coach (at the moment). He had a lot of luck inheriting Suarez and it was Suarez who almost single handily made the side tick and nearly won us the league. His naivety cost us the league trying to make up a massive goal difference. 3-0 away to a palace, he should have managed the game and seen it out but we continued to try and score like we were trying to get a last second winner. Then trying to out fox Mourinho. What about his transfer window after Suarez left and his run in the champions league? Klopp should inherited the same side and got us to 2 finals, and had to get rid of the dead wood. And look where we are now!
Dan2t, Munich, Germany, 1 hour ago
Nobody could have done what Jrgen did. That last four years were exceptional considering what Team he took over and what he build in the last years.
Cliffbaff14, London, United Kingdom, 1 hour ago
Klopp would've won the league with that Rodgers team that came close with Suarez and Coutinho. Think about that for second, Barnes
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