In the summer, Brendan Rodgers managerial stock couldnt really have been much higher if he had tried. The Northern Irishman had just guided Liverpool to within a few games of winning their maiden Premier League title, and he had got the Reds playing some of the most expansive, entertaining football in the clubs history. He was young, attacking and seemingly destined to be the heir to Bill Shankly at Anfield. Fast forward six months though, and the 41-year-old is now being tipped to lose his job at some point before next summer. Liverpool have endured an appalling start to the 2014/15 campaign, and the sale of Luis Suarez and loss of Daniel Sturridge to injury has hit the team hard. The Merseysiders find themselves in the bottom half of the Premier League, and Sundays 3-0 defeat to bitter rivals Manchester United was another low point in a wretched season to date. Rodgers is coming in for all sorts of criticism, whether it be because of tactical errors, man-management skills or a seemingly relentless quest to be footballs answer to David Brent. With the turn of the year approaching, the former Swansea manager has various parts of his management he needs to improve on. They are the following.