Liverpool begins search for Brendan Rodgers successor.

Liverpool Football Club of England has sacked Brendan Rodgers after a 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby against Everton yesterday in the English premier league.

Rodgers has failed to win a trophy with the Reds after three and a half years in charge and the club currently struggles to break back into top four in England as demonstrated in their current form of just a win in 9 games.

Meanwhile, a successor is to be appointed this week as former Real Madrid boss, Carlo Ancelotti and former Borussia Dortmund manager, Jurgen Klopp top the list of possible replacements.

IN A RELATED DEVELOPMENT- Dick Advocaat over the weekend left the Stadium of Light and returned to the Netherlands after resigning as manager of Sunderland over poor results in the current season

The 68 years-old Dutch man signaled his intention to leave at the end of last season after guiding them to escape relegation but stayed back into the new season to see the team struggle, having failed to win so far this season.


STILL ON FOOTBALL – West Ham United of England forward Victor Moses has pulled out of the fast approaching friendly engagements of the Super Eagles against the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon.

In a letter to the Nigeria Football Federation through the Super Eagles Administrator, Enebi Achor, Moses is pulling out in a precautionary move against injury.

Earlier, Turkey-based defender Kenneth Omeruo was ruled out due to knee injury and replaced with Efe Ambrose.

Head Coach of the Super Eagles Sunday Oliseh while regretting the setback assured that the team has enough quality options to fill the gaps.

The Super Eagles play the Leopards of DR Congo on the 8th of this month in Liege, Belgium before confronting the Lions of Cameroon on the 11th in Dendermonde, still in Belgium


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