Friday Jun 1  Posted by: Guest Writer  4 Comments »

Brendan Rodgers : First interview as LFC manager [video]

Thanks to @MostarLFC for submitting this video:

New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has stated his ambition to rebuild the squad for a Premier League title challenge after becoming the 18th manager in the club’s history. Watch more videos like this at http://soccernet.espn.go.com/video


4 Responses to “Brendan Rodgers : First interview as LFC manager [video]”

  1. sam says:

    Great first starting interview, he didnt say what we all wanted to here and he set his maker down form word go.

    Fsg are and have undertaken much change at our grand old club, however while being positive we must face facts.

    That what is the point of changing all these positions, all these functions within the club if then the owners and the whole of fsg and the club are then not going to invest and i mean invest on the playing side.

    We have been here before but not like this, its time liverpool do not stand still and even the new manager said so in the interview.

    He said it will need some investment and having looked at the team he will need 2- 3 or 4 players.

    It will need huge investment and with that some players who are just not up to it have to be sold.

    Id like adam and downiing sold if money is tight to help raise some funds, why we should be having to raise funds i dong know?

    cole, darby, aquilani, wilson and jones gk, can all go, aurelio has left.

    I want maxi and kuyt to stay, i want suarez to be on a new deal as with skrtel and agger.

    I wish for EVER BANEGA, GASTON RAMIREZ, CAVANI AND ONE WINGER TO BE BROUGHT IN.

    IF FSG DO NOT INVEST THEN WE MAY AS WELL PACK UP

  2. Peanut says:

    WOW, are you by any chance Brendan Rodgers’s Head Scout? Or no, perhaps his wife! I mean, the demands you’re making, I say..

  3. Drebin says:

    So we are looking at a HUGE clean sweep Sam. Have to agree that Rodgers is potentially the best man to appoint as LFC Manager since Everton gave David Moyes the position but it still has to be seen as a huge gamble. It seems to me that the biggest problem is NOT the squad, the manager, the owners, the fans or anyone else. The biggest hurdle to overcome is the false expectations that Liverpool carries because of its history!

  4. Kirk Dale says:

    False ?