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To which Henry says no. What then?
It may well be that Ian Ayres or someone else is responsible for messing up at the end of the window. However, no-one but Rodgers is responsible for his own comments. Not only the "I'd be nuts" one but also those comments giving the impression that players like Agger and Downing are only at Liverpool as long as some suitable bid doesn't come in.
You'd better hope that on the pitch staff start looking more competent than your off the pitch staff.
Totally agree again Robert.
BR is responsible for the things he has said over the past month. It's that which first raised my concerns about the job he's been asked to do. Off the pitch we look more amateurish than I can ever remember (which is saying something).
We do still have a bunch of talented players - lets hope they find form, luck and manage to stay fit (and that they don't get themselves banned this year).
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Thing is don't forget BR is the man FSG chose.
So by not backing him in the transfer market says a lot..
It's a snub.
I'd love to know whose idea it was to get rid of Carroll?
Rodgers said "I'd be nuts to let Carroll go out on loan".
Which says to me that he had no intention of ever doing that bearing in mind how light we are up front with expereinced EPL sttrikers.
Then the following week he's out and gone to West Ham..
Was this deal done behind Rodgers back? It would appear so.
Why court Dempsey all summer then when push comes to shove.. Offer below what Fulham want even though Dempsey wanted to come to LFC?
These are questions I'd love to know the ansers to but being LFC fans we can only speculate.