Reports on Tuesday claim that Brendan Rodgers' job as Liverpool boss is not under review following the club's sixth-place Premier League finish this season. Merseyside reporters such as Paul Joyce of the Express claim that Rodgers will...Show More Summary
Liverpool's summer spending may begin with a £20 million move for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, according to Sam Wallace of The Independent. With Brendan Rodgers' position as manager safe, according to Wallace, the club's owners...Show More Summary
Brendan Rodgers is expected to stay as Liverpool manager, writes Chris Bascombe of the Daily Telegraph, but he will have serious questions to answer. Rodgers is due to meet with Fenway Sports Group president Mike Gordon, per DominicShow More Summary
Brendan Rodgers is under pressure as Liverpool boss, and one man who said he would love to have a crack at managing at Anfield is former player Harry Kewell. The Australian is taking his coaching badges and admits that he is aiming high...Show More Summary
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is reported to be "days away" from completing his first signing of the summer in the shape of Benfica's Eduardo Salvio, according to Portuguese publication O Jogo (h/t Marc Williams of the Daily Star). However,...Show More Summary
The British press all sing from the same hymn sheet on Tuesday, as it’s widely reported that Brendan Rodgers is not in any immediate danger of getting axed from Liverpool. The dark clouds are hovering over Anfield following a sad end...Show More Summary
Former Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle and Manchester United striker Michael Owen last night spoke out in support of under fire Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. Finishing 6th in the league this season, Rodgers has now gone three years without a trophy since joining Liverpool from Swansea in 2012. Show More Summary
Following Liverpool's miserable late-season run that was compounded by an embarrassing 6-1 Survival Sunday defeat at Stoke, much of the speculation surrounded Brendan Rodgers' fate at the club. On Monday, news trickled out that the Northern...Show More Summary
Liverpool closed their season with a miserable 6-1 defeat away to Stoke City on Sunday, which leaves them in sixth place in the Premier League and clinging to a Europa League spot next season. But how did Brendan Rodgers' side fare individually...Show More Summary
Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer believes Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is under "huge pressure" after the Reds lost 6-1 at Stoke on the final day of the season.
Liverpool will reportedly use Rickie Lambert as a makeweight in their attempt to lure Aston Villa’s star striker Christian Benteke to Anfield this summer. That’s according to John Cross of the Daily Mirror, who claims that Villa, who...Show More Summary
After a catastrophic defeat away to Stoke, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers could be feeling the heat, especially with German manager, Jurgen Klopp announcing that he will leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season. Brendan Rodgers,...Show More Summary
Mario Balotelli was not part of Liverpool’s woeful 6-1 Premier League defeat at Stoke on Sunday. In a sign of where Balotelli stands under Brendan Rodgers right now, Liverpool did not even play a recognised striker at Stoke. Whilst Steven...Show More Summary
Liverpool enter the summer transfer window with plenty of question marks following the embarrassing 6-1 defeat at the hands of Stoke City and the uncertainty surrounding the futures of manager Brendan Rodgers and youngster Raheem Sterling...Show More Summary
Even Brendan Rodgers could not put a positive spin on Liverpool’s 6-1 shellacking at Stoke on the final day of the Premier League season. The Liverpool boss fronted up to the press after the Stoke humiliation and first apologised for a first-half display that saw the Potters go into the break 5-0 down. Show More Summary
Stoke 6-1 Liverpool: Brendan Rodgers apologises to fans - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool ended their disappointing season in the most humiliating way possible as the Reds slumped to a 6-1 defeat against Stoke this afternoon. Show More Summary
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers offered an apology for an "embarrassing" 6-1 defeat at Stoke and despite it putting his future under more scrutiny insists he still has a lot to offer the club. A run of eight points from their … Continue reading ?
Jurgen Klopp favourite to replace Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Liverpool ended their catastrophic season with a 6-1 defeat away to Stoke City this afternoon. Missing out on the Champions League and...Show More Summary
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he still has "a lot to offer the club" despite a humiliating 6-1 defeat at Stoke.
Only Europa League chasing Liverpool had something to play for when they visited Stoke on the final day of the Premier League season today. Therefore, it was a rather large surprise when Brendan Rodgers men were thrashed 6-1 by mid-table Stoke – Liverpool’s biggest league defeat in over 50 years. Show More Summary