The banner demanding Brendan Rodgers’ sacking as Liverpool manager appeared to fly over Anfield on Saturday, despite former player Jamie Carragher urging supporters to abandon their controversial plans.
We revealed earlier in the day that the ‘#RodgersOut’ Twitter page, which is currently followed by over 5,000 people, are believed to be the group of supporters responsible for organising the flyover.
In one of their most recent tweets, the group describes themselves as lifelong Liverpool fans who have had enough of Brendan Rodgers. They claim that they will not be silenced or ignored until he is gone.
However – they’re Manchester United fans, it has been revealed…
Can’t they just support their own horrible club for a bit without worrying so much about us?
Carragher, who made over 700 appearances for us before retiring in 2013, was distinctly unimpressed. The iconic defender, who played under Rodgers during his first-year in charge, tweeted the following ahead of the kick-off against Queens Park Rangers…
About to leave for Anfield, hope this Rodgers banner supposedly flying over the ground is called off as it’s embarrassing to club & fans.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) May 2, 2015