I think Rodgers is the man to fix Liverpool but results don't seem to be going his way right now.
I'd also love it for Liverpool fans and club members to shut up about referees and how they never get anything. It's getting tedious and I've seen enough games where Jamie Carragher has avoided yellow and red cards to argue the other way.
Fergie has weighed in on the Chelsea racism allegations saying he doesn't believe them. Could this come back to haunt him?
Birmingham are knackered as well, just saw that Gianni Palladini is part of a consortium trying to buy them. If i was a Birmingham fan it would be complete squeaky bum time. I watched that QPR documentary film, and would not have that man anywhere near a football club.
In other exciting news - the fate of Craig Levein, incumbent Scotland manager will be decided today, allegedly. I hope he goes, he's been dreadful for us. Worse than Berti Bomb Scare (Berti Vogts).
Funny how Fergies opinions on stuff vary based on who is making any accusation.
Arsenal are ran okay as a business, as a team they are underachieving, albeit in the era of mega-spenders. If they kept some of their stars they'd surely have been expected to win more, its the willingness to let them go that's their downfall (and Wengers I suspect).
Dunno what to think about Levein, Ireland are starting to creak under Trappatoni, but I doubt they can afford to pay the guy off.
It's more when they had those players and just needed to add 1 or 2 more - when they still had Fabregas, Nasri and Van Persie. That season the Premier League was open to them if they'd just bought a decent keeper and a centre half. That was all that team needed. Wenger didn't and they blew it.
He fielded a team with no strikers against the Czech republic. Since that day Levein was a marked man in Scotland. Even Berti always had at least one forward in the role. I think Trappatoni will leave of his own volition soon enough. It's a shame but the team selections were a bit odd, and he really needed to bring in the younger players two years ago.
Barely paid attention to football last night - despite ostensibly being out to watch the game with my cousin. Was a little surprised (but not much) to see Chelsea dump their management - then even more surprised to see Rafa brought in as temporary manager? What?
Been a bumpy while for Liverpool over the Christmas period, looking good for them today 3-0 up at half-time with QPR. Really struggling to find consistency this season, what this means for the long term of Rodgers I don't know - but even though he surely deserves time, he needs to be getting the team closer to the European spots, Europa spot should be within the grasp of this squad (lack of options in attack being a self-made problem in my book).