Next Liverpool Manager: 10 Best Candidates To Replace Brendan Rodgers

Is it time for one of these fellas to take over at Anfield?

Brendan Rodgers' 2018 sell by date is starting to look a little generous. Like a Safeway branded tin of corned beef that you have had in your kitchen cupboard for three years, the Liverpool boss no longer looks as alluring as he once did. Yes, he's still digestible and will most-likely fill you up with a large helping of Europa League goodness but his tactics, results and managerial competence over the last month has upset numerous Liverpool fans' stomachs. So much so, that Rodgers - who almost delivered the Premier League title to Merseyside in 2013-14 - has come under a great deal of pressure from the English media, pundits and Reds' supporters. Despite winning Liverpool's first two games of the 2015-16 campaign the 42-year-old has only picked up one win (in ninety minutes) from his last eight games and disappointing performances against West Ham United, Bordeaux, Norwich and FC Sion have left the Northern Irish coach vulnerable. Which got me thinking. Is there anyone who could replace a man who hasn't won a single trophy and who managed to scrape one point in two games against FC Basel? Turns out, there are loads of people. Some are currently out of management and others have had to actually work hard at their managerial quest as they haven't been lucky enough to manage an in-form Luis Suarez...
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NCTJ-accredited football writer with an MA in Sports Journalism. What Culture football editor. Write for the official Newcastle United programme. Former video reporter at North News. Featured and published in the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette, Mail Online, The Mirror, The Sun and others.

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