Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has accepted that the supporters are frustrated after boos rang around Anfield following Thursday night’s disappointing Europa League performance.
Rodgers has addressed the the growing unrest at the club by claiming that a certain “group” for wanting to oust him from his position (via Express).
“It’s not something I’m anxious about”, he added. We’re a couple of points off where we want to be, five points off the top with a lot of improvement left to come.
Speaking at his pre-match news conference at Melwood on Friday morning, Rodgers said: “There’s no real change [to our squad]”. “We go to Everton with confidence”. And obviously the analysis on it is huge.
“That’s something you have to take on the chin as a coach and as players”.
Origi looked sharp throughout the game, going close both in the 64th minute, when his shot was saved by the legs of Andris Vanins, and again in the 69th minute, when he was once again denied by the body of Vanins.
In their first match of the competition, Liverpool were given the task to face Bordeaux in France and the Merseyside club almost came out with the win.
“If we play at the top of our game then I can’t see this Liverpool side causing us many problems. “. They’ve had a good start and we’ve had a disaster!
Stones sat out Monday’s win at West Brom due to a knee problem, while Coleman has missed three games because of a hamstring complaint. My worry is the club and for it to be the best it can be but as manager you will always have critics and if you don’t win the level can increase. But if Daniel is playing and he’s fit he will score goals.”Divock will be judged on goals and games but he hasn’t really played much but he understands where he is at coming into such a big club”. In the next two sessions we will get a clear idea. At the very least, it could help them clinch a Europa League spot for next season. There’s no less pressure or no more pressure.
“I know how important derby victories are”.
“He has been whinging about a few of the comments made by ex-players – and maybe I am included in that – but that is what you have to accept in the world of football today”.