Only 50 hours between City and Liverpool: Rodgers find it ridiculous

This schedule is ridiculous, said Leicester’s coach Brendan Rodgers after the nine-goal spectacle in the reigning master and referred mainly to the extremely tense personal age with the foxes.

Against the Guardiola eleven, the coach lacked its entire stem formation in the defensive — Jonny Evans (falls for another three weeks), Collar Soyünecü, Ricardo Pereira and James Justin Elaborate all on various blessings, also injured in the Etihad also Ryan Bertrand in the Warm-up, his use in Liverpool is highly unlikely, says Rodgers.

Vary and Did could return

Although Jamie Vary sat against City on the bench, but the best scorer of the Foxes (nine hits) filled up these rather — on a deployment was not to think due to a not completely unpaid thigh injury. Maybe Vary is again an option against Liverpool on Tuesday evening (21 clocks, live! At Liverpool), the same applies to midfielder Wilfred Did.

Controls and cancellations are playing man city and Liverpool in the cards

What makes the athletic duel with the two top teams of the Premier League for Leicester is even more unequal, is the fact that City had given the regular schedule for a week to prepare for the duel with Leicester. Liverpool had to forcibly invoke a much longer rest, as the REDS game against Leeds had been canceled after a Covid-19 outbreak in the Marcelo Bails team. Slopes Eleven was last demanded six days ago — rightly in the League Cup against Leicester (5: 4 I.e.).

Rodgers between frustration and combat spirit

Rodgers’ reunion with the Reds, in which he acted from 2012 to 2015 as Kl opp’s predecessor, is therefore conceivable bad sign. We all know the players need 72 hours to completely recover after a game. That we have to play in the short time against Liverpool, is ridiculous. On real training is not to think, we can only recover the players and Let me have a video footage, says Rodgers reasonably frustrated before he again begins the fighting spirit of his team. Liverpool is a huge challenge for us — but one for whom we are ready.

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