It definitely is the silly season...this from the Telegraph about Brendan Rodgers...amazing...
Liverpool fly-on-the-wall documentary reveals manager Brendan Rodgers' methods and philosophy - Telegraph
Liverpool fly-on-the-wall documentary reveals manager Brendan Rodgers' methods
The six-part series, due to be aired in the United States later this month,
documents the arrival of Rodgers and sheds light on his methods. They include
the manager talking about the importance of developing players as people as well
One of the methods is a meditation and relaxation class, which is taken
by‘exercise physiologist’ Molly Kim during the club’s pre-season tour of the
But the introduction of the class appears to bemuse the players, who can be
seen struggling to keep straight faces and at times burst into laughter –
apparently at the absurdity of what they are being asked to do.
Jamie Carragher, one of the club’s most senior players, appears frequently on
the verge of laughter as he carries out the meditation exercises to the sound of
Read it already...I hope his luck lasts...selling a dickhead striker for a record amount won't happen every season
See Tony Pulis has gone mental. Complaining about David Luiz's challenge (it was a bad one).
For him to complain about a bad challenge is like Ashley Young complaining about diving.
What a muppet.
".Tony Banks described the English fans arrested in Marseilles as 'brain dead idiots'. That goes for me as well. ".
Secretary of the Football Supporters Association.
John Terry verdict: FA find Chelsea captain guilty over racism charge
• Terry banned for four games, fined £220,000
• Player's representatives considering an appeal
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An FA panel has found John Terry guilty of racist abuse. Photograph: Tom Jenkins
- Guardian staff
- guardian.co.uk, Thursday 27 September 2012 15.18 BST
John Terry is considering an appeal after the FA's disciplinary hearing found him guilty of "directing abusive language with racial connotations" at QPR's Anton Ferdinand last October.
The independent regulatory commission delivered its verdict on Thursday after a four-day hearing, ruling that Terry must serve a four-game ban and pay a fine of £220,000.
Terry, who was cleared of a racially aggravated public order offence at Westminster magistrates' court in July over the same incident, categorically denied the FA charge, and has the right to appeal the ruling within 14 days.
An FA statement said: "The penalty is suspended until after the outcome of any appeal, or the time for appealing expires, or should Mr Terry decide not to appeal."
A statement issued by Terry's management company said: "Mr Terry is disappointed that the FA Regulatory Commission has reached a different conclusion to the clear not guilty verdict of a court of law.
"He has asked for the detailed written reasons of the decision and will consider them carefully before deciding whether to lodge an appeal."
no doubt they'll wrangle it so that the ban starts after the game against us this weekend
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