Brendan Rodgers has hit out at the treatment of managers in the modern game and said the explanation for Liverpool's struggles this season should be "clear."
Rodgers, whose side host Arsenal on Sunday, said he found it hard to accept that Gunners supporters had verbally abused Arsene Wenger at a train station following the defeat to Stoke earlier this month.
"If you look at Arsene Wenger, he has been an iconic figure for football, he has been amazing," he told Sunday newspapers. "You get criticised...
Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic looks like he is starting to finally settle into English football after manager Brendan Rodgers urged him to be more aggressive.
That advice backfired when he was sent off just 15 minutes after coming on as a substitute in the club's Champions League exit against Basle last week after flailing an arm into an opponent's face.
However, employed on the left-hand side of a midfield four, requiring more defensive effort than he is used to, against Bournemouth on Wednesday...
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling has won the prestigious European Golden Boy award for 2014.
The award is given to the best young player in world football and was originally established by Italian newspaper Tuttosport and is voted for by a number of top publications from across the game.
All players under the age of 21 are eligible and a 40-man shortlist was initially revealed, featuring Liverpool teammate Lazar Markovic and on-loan striker Divock Origi.
Sterling, 20, has shone under Brendan Rodgers...