I feel sorry for him a little bit, Rodgers spoke of how he'd been given an 'incredible' offer straight away which put immediate pressure on him. Therefore shifting the responsibility of himself (Rodgers) and the board in case he didn't agree terms.
Its a hell of a lot to turn down at his age but its too simplistic to say "oh typical footballer", how do we know he's happy? how do we know its nothing to do with his child?
Also, I hate the way the Carraghers and Barnes jump on the bandwagon as if they know best, its up to Sterling not Carragher who is emotionally attached to Liverpool having been from the area.
Yeah I think it could be that MM thinks he's not physically strong enough for the Championship yet. I recall a game he played in and we lost 1-0 late on (Qpr?) and he was out of position for the winner, also recall him given a hard time by McCleary from Reading one game.
I think players heads drop a bit going out on loan, MM doesn't keep too many players at the club once they've returned from loans, so maybe Hewitt feels he's being edged out the door?
With respect, I'd let all five of those go. You need genuine midfield quality to get out of this league as we saw today, none of those players are going to improve from now in my view.
Let them go and use the wage to bring in one or two better players. Ambrose I would let go, Kenny ok as back up nothing more, Hewitt stay (still hasn't been given a fair shot in my opinion) and is a natural full back.
You don't decide to do that, when the ball is out of your reach and you know its going in the net your natural reaction is to do whatever's in your power to keep it out. You don't stand their and think about the consequences you haven't the time, you just act instinctively.
If we ended up losing 1-0 and Berra stayed on, there would be people on here moaning that he didn't take one for the team and that we may have saved the pen. Unfortunate position for Berra to find himself in.
Solid defensively and started brightly but I felt we retreated a little bit as the game went on, I'm nit picking though, might have just been that Norwich got a bit more of a foothold as the half went by. Mings worries me a bit though, looks as if there's a mistake in him and I would say similar about Bassong. Johnson two yellows would be perfect.
I don't think your alone, last weeks game I was completely indulged to the point I don't think I reacted to anything bar a clench of the fist when Anderson scored. Leave the celebrating for afterwards....