Found April 14, 2013 on
Brendan Rodgers was a guest on Sky Sports’ Goals on Sunday program on Sunday, and the boss discussed a range of topics including Luis Suarez‘s Player of the Year chances and Jamie Carragher‘s retirement.
The manager also spoke about loan striker Andy Carroll, who found the net for West Ham against Southampton on Saturday to clinch a 1-1 draw for the London side.
We’ve transcribed some of the highlights of the show for you to read through below.
Rodgers on Luis Suarez:
“He’s an incredible guy and what is so remarkable about him is his will to train hard every day. He travels far away to internationals and then comes back and doesn’t want to have a breather. He loves it at Liverpool. He’s a winner like us all, and so we want to improve the group so that we can be up there, challenging consistently at the top end of the league. He’ll be important to that. Steven Gerrard recently said that he could be the best player he has ever played with. That is an incredible testament to Luis’s abi...
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