Liverpool dressing room is not a good Place for Players
December 19, 2014
Brendan Rodgers finally had to say last night that Liverpool dressing room is not the best place to be for a football player at the moment.
The Reds lost to the arch rivals United the other day which fuelled the rumours of negative environment in the group.
And, eventually, in the press conference, Rodgers himself also admitted to that.
According to Rodgers, there are certainly a few problems, but, they can’t be disclosed publicly.
Rodgers, though, doesn’t reckon that there is a lack of commitment from his boys.
In the words of the 41-year old Irishman, “I can’t really blame the players. I can see they are doing everything they can.”
“At times, the changing room atmosphere doesn’t happen to be as positive as it should be. Of course, these things cannot be talked about in public, but, we need not to lose faith in each other. We will have to find a way to get on track again.”
When asked if the Reds should have lost the game against United as badly as they did, Rodgers said, “Well, I would say no and that’s because we had the possession and we came close to netting as well a few times. The United goalie was the player of the game and it suggests a lot, doesn’t it?”
“But, yes, if we had been a little more efficient with our finishing, I would not have been sitting here and complaining about the margin of defeat. We’ve got to put on a collective show in the games coming up.”
Liverpool is 11th in the table, just a couple of points ahead of Stoke. This is more or less the same team which had almost won the title last season. Yes, Luis Suarez is missing, but, most of the other guys are still there. So, it’s a bit surprising.