Brendan Rodgers signed 32 players whilst in charge of Liverpool.
Find out where they rank amongst each other.
A substantial reason as to why Brendan Rodgers lost his role as manager of Liverpool Football Club, contributing to the poor results that ultimately got him canned, was his poor transfer dealings.
It’s not all his fault that
some of these players haven’t worked out. Incessant debates about transfer committee vs. manager have emerged as if there were five evil masterminds sitting around a table doing their best to undermine Rodgers.
That’s desultory, it’s neither here nor there. These are the players ranked 32-1 who arrived in the time frame of Rodgers’ managerial career at Liverpool.
This list serves as a reminder for the bad memories that’ve been repressed, some positive players who walked through the door at Melwood as well some optimistic thoughts to look forward to for the future. Of the 32 incomings, regardless of where they rank with each other, how many could be considered a success?
There’ll be pictures of the different kits since 2012, modeled by the players that’ve come and (thankfully for most) gone.
You’ll disagree with me. That’s how these things work. I’d disagree with me too.
At any rate, this is how Rush The Kop ranks the 32 players bought under Rodgers’ watch, counted down from worst to best.
All info is courtesy of the tremendously comprehensive wealth of knowledge found at LFChistory.net.