England and Liverpool’s managers will have talks over their recent disagreement…
England manager Roy Hodgson and Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will go head to head again this weekend, as their disagreements regarding player fitness continue to make the back pages.
The Daily Express claim that Hodgson is planning to hold talks with Rodgers this weekend in attempt to reconcile their differences over the treatment of Liverpool players while on England duty.
The source adds that the England manager looks set to attend Liverpool’s game with Queens Park Rangers on Sunday and will try to meet with Rodgers at Loftus Road.
With the relationship between the pair placed under increasing strain following a succession of episodes, the latest of which came when Hodgson said Raheem Sterling had “complained of tiredness” before leaving him out of his starting line-up for the Euro 2016 qualifier with Estonia, this saga is likely to roll on for some time yet.
Sterling, 19, at no time said he would not play in Tallinn but has been subjected to criticism following Hodgson’s comments which sparked a furore and overshadowed the fact England have won their opening three qualifiers.
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