'Defensive Work Paid Off'? Oh Brendan

'Defensive Work Paid Off'? Oh Brendan

Brendan Rodgers spent Friday explaining why things were going so well defensively for Liverpool, and boy does that man know how to insert foot into mouth. Rodgers' side were appalling throughout their 3-0 home defeat to West Ham, and had Philippe Coutinho sent off. They have still scored just two goals in four league games. Mark Noble was harshly sent off for the away side after scoring the second goal. A day to forget, Brendan...

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