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      Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread

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      waltonl4
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39240: Feb 26, 2019 10:04:34 pm
      For f**k sake Brendan pick up the Phone Fabio Borini is waiting in the Airport
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      Reply #39241: Feb 26, 2019 10:48:52 pm
      Bishopbriggs is one of the northern suburbs - it’s just a residential area really with a wee bit of a town centre.

      I’m on the southside last 20 odd years but I grew up in a satellite town about 8 miles east and 5 miles or so from Parkhead.

      Glasgow - again like Liverpool - has seen massive commercial investment / redevelopment in some areas in the last 20-30 years (post Thatcher).

      So many different parts to it now - its a wonderful, cosmopolitan and multi cultural city now.

      Anyhow weapons are away I just get a bit defensive about my hometown ;)

      Moved to Glasgow in 2009 to study at Strathclyde and do a little work beyond that. Stayed until end of 2016. Not been back since but would always welcome the opportunity to move back there. It's a beautiful city not just the people but the way it looks.  It's full of grand history and superb architecture be it the old tenements or the main shopping streets like Buchanan. Those wonderful panoramic views of the East End looking towards Celtic Park and beyond from the Necropolis just next to the Cathedral was always a favourite spot of mine. The truly outstanding Merchant City where many a good time would be spent and your Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehalls were, pound for pound, the best shopping town in the whole of the UK. A good refuge for a bit of retail therapy after witnessing many a Liverpool defeat in the year of 2012! Oh and who can forget Strathclyde Union, scene of 12 hour Tuesdays no less (a pound a pint!). And then there was Sub Club. And Firewater! Will always remember the fond memories of walking down past the Cathedral, past the necropolis and then up Duke Street stumbling out of friends digs back from a night out. 6 o clock in the morning. Nurses walking by going to work and all that. The golden years 2011-2013. Only great memories yet the sad thing is you only realise how great they were till long after the event.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39242: Feb 27, 2019 12:58:59 am
      Like has become the theme at Leicester, no doubt he will be out of a job in 18 months.

      Bigger challenge than Celtic though.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39243: Feb 27, 2019 08:32:02 am
      In which case, you have to question why he gave up the chance to win multiple trophies in a safe job, to go to an uncompetitive club that go through 2 coaches per season.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39244: Feb 27, 2019 09:12:54 am
      He does have a way with words old Brendan “ I will give my life to make the suppprters proud of their club”.
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      Reply #39245: Feb 27, 2019 09:13:31 am
      He has obviously taken a gamble in moving to Leicester, from the safety of managing Celtic. Brendan obviously feels that he is ready for the challenge of the premiership and possibly more lucrative rewards. Although as the above poster pointed out, his position is far more vulnerable, if he does not live up to expectations of his new club, only time will tell.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39246: Feb 27, 2019 10:11:25 am
      Can’t wait to see this great character back in the premier league and his team of wonderful technicians!
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39247: Feb 27, 2019 10:34:35 am
      Has Rodgers pulled Pascoe out beneath the bus yet..?
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39248: Mar 03, 2019 12:07:21 pm
      Can’t wait to see this great character back in the premier league and his team of wonderful technicians!

      1-0 down after 4 mins to Watford
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39249: Mar 03, 2019 12:39:54 pm
      1-0 down after 4 mins to Watford

      Don’t worry, once he gets Kolo on the pitch, order will be restored.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39250: Mar 03, 2019 12:41:19 pm
      Seeing a back three of Morgan, Evans and Maguire tells me he has learnt very little.

      Not much ball playing. No pace. Asked to play a high line.

      Could see Watford knock a few in here.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39251: Mar 03, 2019 02:12:01 pm
      Has Rodgers pulled Pascoe out beneath the bus yet..?

      Doubt it. Read the other day he was saying how tough it was with Suarez leaving and how the club never replaced him. Then said about how tough it was with Gerrard then leaving....well who’s fault was it Gerrard left Brendan? Who decided to bench Gerrard for the most crucial games of that season Brendan?

      The interview just seemed full of excuses in why he ultimately failed with us.
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      Re: Brendan Rodgers Discussion Thread
      Reply #39252: Mar 03, 2019 03:04:34 pm
      Leicester's defence need shooting for the last goal it was dire. It was a funny game and again some poor REF decisions I hope to God our REF doesn't bottle it today.
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