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  • Colyn Colyn Apr 16, 2013 16:14 Flag

    Why should LFC be Rodgers guinea pig?

    Hi Colin. I'd say that under current was in the club before Rodgers arrived. You can't do what Shanks did all those years ago and put the whole squad up for sale. Suicide.

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    • Colyn...if as u say the undercurrent was present in the squad before Rogers arrived u could well be right but I suggest that he has done little if anything to remedy the problem and would go as far as to state that he may well have exacerbated the problem via some of te signings hes brought into the club. Shanks did what was necessary he was a hero he was one of us he didnt care about the salary he got what came first at all times were the fans "his kind of people" as he never tired of saying and the club. He inculcated the right attitude in the team and that attitude became a "winning-mentality" and that in turn became a habit of winning. Rogers doesnt care mate he just wants to ave this go down on his CV as a reasonable job done at Anfield rather than have everyhting go wrong and be drummed out of the club by the owners allbeit with a nice wodge of cash in his back-bin. He has created a fairly average inconsistent mid table side nothing more he has no revolutionary ideas but tries to convince hes reinvented the game. Our true style is Pass and MOVE !!! ...whats missing from the equation is the MOVE !!! partin order to give the man withthe ball the maximum of options...I despair for the future of our club if we dont bite the bullet and get rid of this guy come end of season.

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      • Colin I have a deep respect for your opinions, this board wouldn't be the same without us all batting back and forth, but sometimes what you say stretches credibility.

        You say Rodgers just wants a reasonable job done at Anfield on his cv. Why? So he can move to a bigger club? There are only about 5 clubs bigger in the world than us. If he did want to move on as you suggest he would need to be a success with us! Perhaps you are suggesting that having LFC on his cv will secure him a decent lower league job or one with a smaller club? Either way, what you've said is the biggest pile of #$%$ written on this board for a long time. Why would a manager not want to be successful? It's ok for you to say you disagree with his tactics and purchases, but that he doesn't want to be successful or he doesnt care about our results? Come on mate!

      • What looks better on your CV than the person who returns Liverpool FC to their former glory. Not a lot in my opinion.