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Five things we learnt from Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool after defeat to Chelsea

Date: 8th November 2014 at 5:02 pm
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It was a massive gamble for Rodgers this week - and it failedThings are looking increasingly bleak for Liverpool and their manager Brendan Rodgers, and after two defeats in a somewhat crunch week, it is no wonder.

The Reds came so close to winning the title last season and had to make do with Champions League football, yet are struggling to get out of their group and with manager Brendan Rodgers making the decision to rest five of his first team against Real Madrid, the Chelsea clash became even more vital.

Had Liverpool managed to become the first team to beat Chelsea this season and close that gap at the top, Rodgers would have been hailed a hero. However, football is a game of fine margins and a loss now looks even worse.

With that in mind, we have come up with five things we noticed from Liverpool during their defeat at Anfield.

Click on misfiring Mario to unveil the five talking points we have noted from Liverpool’s latest loss.

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Liverpool fans. What needs to change this season for you to achieve what you think you deserve? Let us know your thoughts below or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

6 thoughts on “Five things we learnt from Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool after defeat to Chelsea

  • KEITH
    7 years ago

    FOR HEAVEN SAKE WILL SOMEONE FIRE THE MANAGER PLEASE,ROGERS MUST GO WE NEED HIDDINK WHO WILL KEEP US IN THE TOP 4 FOR THIS SEAON AND WE WILL WIN A CUP.

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  • DILLA
    7 years ago

    Brandon Rodgers time at anfield is over an Balloteli must go with him. Gerrard is old an Henderson an Johnson are weak. We need a new coach.

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  • zbhugeloo
    7 years ago

    Liverpool has never been a one man team.BR is making it look like so. He is making history at anfield by failing to cater for absence of Suarez. HIS silly post match comments, after defeat are making liverpool even more laughable .TIME for owners to take action.

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  • KEITH
    7 years ago

    I AGREE DILLA A NEW COACH PLEASE FSG CANT YOU SEE WHATS GOING ON.

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  • Matovu Geoffrey
    7 years ago

    everything need to change right from the goal keeper

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  • Disgruntled red
    7 years ago

    FSG need to take stock ….be more hands on…big clear out …from top to bottom and bring in people who can make a difference ..otherwise we will slide down the league….Southampton and West Ham are above us now….please act now ..!!!!!!!

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