Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey admits his Liverpool counterpart Brendan Rodgers could be sacked the summer following a poor season in charge of the Merseyside outfit.
Ramsey takes his relegation threatened Hoops side to Anfield on Saturday afternoon as they look to take pile on the misery for the hosts, who have struggled to recover from back-to-back defeats against Manchester United and Arsenal.
A shock 2-1 reverse against Aston Villa at Wembley saw the Reds crash out of the FA Cup at the semi-final stage then they saw their hopes of a top-four finish all but end after picking up just one point against West Brom and Hull City in the past week.
In addition Rodgers has seen his position as manager come under increased speculation in the media following a run of just one win in the last six and Ramsey, despite being sympathetic, believes his opposite number could pay the price for failing to live up to the standards set last season:
“I don’t know if he’ll get much more time and, ultimately, with the pressure cooker of football, statistically managers don’t stay in their jobs very long.” he told reporters ahead of the clash at the weekend (via the Express)