Brendan Rodgers Insists Liverpool Squad Is United and Denies Dressing Room Unrest

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There had been rumours Anfield boss had ‘lost’ the dressing room…

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has claimed that his squad is strong and united, reports the Daily Mail.

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The Northern Irishman was speaking before his side face Bournemouth in the League Cup on Wednesday night. His job is currently under pressure after a poor start to the season, and he will be hoping that the game against the lower division side can be used to regain some confidence.

There had recently been rumours of unrest in the dressing room, partly because of the terrible form that the Reds have been in. However, the 41 year old has denied the validity of these reports.

“Our dressing room is very strong. We have got a captain who is a strong leader. I have heard stories about unrest but that is absolutely not true. I believe once we get confidence back, we will be better,” he told reporters.

This will be good news for Liverpool fans, who now won’t have to worry about their side falling out with each other off the pitch, and just worry about how badly they’re playing on it. Their next Premier League match is against Arsenal on Sunday, which will be another tough test of whether the team are actually going to challenge for the top four this season.

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