After he was brought into succeed Kenny Dalglish in June, Rodgers met with John W Henry, the principal figure in Fenway Sports Group, to discuss his strategy and footballing ideologies; that meeting provided Henry with absolute vindication he made the right appointment. Rodgers may only be 39 but he has been assembling his coaching manifesto ever since his playing career was prematurely ended by injury, tweaking and improving it, developing it whenever and wherever he has travelled to further his education. The vision is simple. The second aim is to play attractive, attacking football to win games. The third is to bring through as many of the young players as we possibly can.
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Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. His references had been glowing and they had admired his achievements at Swansea City. It set out his vision and his philosophy. It explained how he works and what was required to put the club back challenging at the top of the English game. Plans to appoint a sporting director were shelved as Rodgers was handed total control to put his plans into action.
Also my thoughts on the Academy and how we move forward. Firstly, to win the most trophies we can. The third is to bring through as many of the young players as we possibly can. My job is improve on that without being disrespectful to anyone who went before me, to get the club back into the top echelons where it has not been for a few years. The only statistic I want to know is how good we have been with the ball. Of course you may lose the ninth or tenth, but my world has been devoted to that.
If you wait, you rely on somebody else to make a mistake. If you create you do everything possible to win the game. It is like getting knocked out of the FA Cup every year in the first or second round but then saying you are going to win it. We have just got to make sure that we stabilise. I am not waiting for it. I want us to try and create success and create it as quick as we can. We have to find a way to go forward and challenge again. I just want to turn that positivity into something good.
If we can stay as one, we have a real chance.
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Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. His references had been glowing and they had admired his achievements at Swansea City. It set out his vision and his philosophy. It explained how he works and what was required to put the club back challenging at the top of the English game.