Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group have already made several mistakes since taking over at Anfield, but their biggest mistake could be the appointment of Brendan Rodgers.
The Reds fans are usually very sympathetic over their managers and want to give everyone some time to stamp his own authority. Roy Hodgson was the only exception.
Naturally, Rodgers will enjoy that fan’s affection and support from the owners and have enjoyed that honeymoon period already. But has the club really progressed under him?
It seems like for every one step forward moved by the club, it drops two steps down. The blind followers of Rodgers can give thousands of lame excuses like lack of squad depth, redevelopment takes time etc, but where is the result?
It is indeed a good sign that a manager has a clear cut vision and tactics and wants his team to follow a philosophy but it has to be kept in mind that his methods are giving the right results.
Rodgers is probably the only manager in the entire country who discusses about his philosophy, tactics and methods so openly. It sometimes can act as a self-constructed myth which might be the case with the former Swansea man.