“MY PRIORITY IS FOOTBALL”
Rodgers focused, confident at the reins of Liverpool FC
Liverpool FC Manager Brendan Rodgers.
When Brendan Rodgers visited Boston two years ago, he had just assumed the reins of the Liverpool Football Club, having been plucked from the wilds of Wales after guiding Swansea to the Premier League promised land and an eleventh-place finish the following year. As Rodgers faced the cameras and microphones at Fenway Park one day before Liverpool’s Wednesday rematch with Roma in the Football at Fenway exhibition gala (NBCSN, 7:30 p.m. ET), the transformation after 24 months in the spotlight was readily apparent.
RUT GETS DEEPER
Revs can't seem to dig out of malaise
The New England Revolution have rolled into a rut that’s getting deeper by the day.
The Revs have lost seven straight games, their longest stretch of futility since 1998, have dropped from first place to fifth in the East, and are sinking faster than a Fiat in mud season. Complete
DON'T BLAME IT ON RIO (DAY 18) When eating (sleeping and exercising) is a luxury
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- When you have gone to enough World Cups as I have, you learn from experience, sometimes bad experiences. But you learn.
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS World Cup magic is in the eye of the beholder
In the end, there was no magic. At least not enough to propel the United States, whose World Cup lasted 120 minutes longer than I and many observers thought it would, any further. Complete
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