Jamie Redknapp believes it is too soon to judge the Anfield boss…
Former Liverpool midfielder Jamie Redknapp believes that sacking Brendan Rodgers would be “madness”, reports the Metro.
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The Reds boss has come under pressure as his side have endured a poor start to the season. They are currently languishing in the bottom half of the Premier League after finishing in second at the end of the last campaign.
A recent loss to rivals Manchester United alongside dropping out of the Champions League have led to some calling for the Northern Irishman to be removed from his position at the club. Redknapp believes that he should not be sacked when only just over six months ago he was award the manager of the season award.
“A few months ago Brendan was manager of the year and now look at the pressure he is under,” the Sky Sports pundit said.
“I don’t think they should change him. That would be madness. I like Brendan, I think he is good. But he has made mistakes this season and he is suffering for them. It’s been humbling for him. He just needs to ride the storm but there will be no bigger test than this one here,” he added.
The Merseyside club have to play Arsenal next Sunday in what will be another tough fixture as their top four rivals have recently come in to some good form.