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Tinker at your own risk, Rodgers
Rodgers seems to have found a winning formula and he should stick to it
Brendan Rodgers needs the FA Cup.
He knows it. The supporters know it. And Liverpool’s owners certainly know it.
But the meddling manager cannot help himself. He’s a tinkerer with a nervous trigger finger, a spanner in his own works.
As is so often the case, Rodgers risks breaking what doesn’t need fixing.
On the eve of the FA Cup fourth-round clash against Bolton tomorrow morning (Singapore time), he happily announced the return of Mario Balotelli, Joe Allen and Glen Johnson to the FA Cup squad.
Supporters must be struggling to contain their indifference.
Read the full report in our print edition on Jan 24.
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