Jamie Carragher Hits Out At “Obsessed” Brendan Rodgers

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Carragher criticizes Rodgers' tactics: Club legend unhappy with obsession

Carragher criticizes Rodgers’ tactics

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has hit out at the club manager Brendan Rodgers’ tactics following a 1-3 loss to Manchester United.

Carragher criticizes Rodgers' tactics: Club legend unhappy with obsession
Carragher criticizes Rodgers’ tactics: Club legend unhappy with obsession

A stunning over head kick from new signing Christian Benteke was one of the few bright spots for the Reds in the match, and Carragher wants Rodgers to change tactics.

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“I don’t understand this obsession with playing 4-3-3,” he fumed. “There is not enough support for Benteke.

“Brendan Rodgers has come to the club playing 4-3-3 and it didn’t work. The great season they had was with two strikers and how they got them into the team. It is down to the manager.

“They have got a lot of strikers, no wide players, and he continues to play 4-3-3. They have no wide players – they have only got Jordon Ibe.

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“For me, Philippe Coutinho is not a wide player and I don’t understand what the point was in playing Danny Ings in that position. He didn’t give the support to Benteke.

“Think about how many strikers Liverpool have on the books – Danny Sturridge is another one who is still to come back.”

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