Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The bosses of Liverpool called Rogers at a meeting

The manager of Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers will hold a meeting with the owners of the club later this week. The mentor of the `red` will have to give similar accounts of what happened in the team over the last one year and why it came to collapse during the season in the Premier League.
Liverpool finished only sixth place in the overall standings, dropped out of the group stage of the Champions League and squandered an excellent chance to qualify in the next edition of the race.
Rogers took over the team just three years ago, and speculation about his future at Anfield doesn`t stop.
In the coming days is expected to arrive in Liverpool the club owner John Henry, Chairman Tom Werner, and Director Mike Gordon, who is the second largest shareholder in the company Fenway Sports Group, which manages the English club.
According to the information of Sky Sports, however, the meeting between Rogers and the manual will be discussed the future of the specialist.

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