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I Wish To End Liverpool Unbeaten Run – Rodgers




The manager of Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers, has noted that he will be the manager to end the unbeaten of Liverpool in the Premier League when both team clash on Thursday.

The Reds are contending for their first Premier League title for 30 years and are 10 points clear at the top.

The Champions League winner are close to a year unbeaten strike in the Premier League having lost just once in January.

Liverpool was defeated on January 3 by Manchester City, Rodgers wants to close up the gap between the two sides when they meet and end their unbeaten run.

Rodgers said, “I think at Liverpool when you haven’t won it in the Premier League era then that is one that is always the one that is missing.”

“They have won the Champions League a few times now in the last decade of time but haven’t won the league in that period of time.”

“Of course that is a big draw. It is a sign of consistency and a sign you are the best team over 38 games.”

“If you have won the league then you are rightly the best team. That is the accolade all the top teams want to achieve.”

“The idea first is to get three points. You know they’re a very resilient team.

“You know as a coach it’s going to end at some time so why not be the team that tries to do it? That’s the whole idea.”

“They have shown if they’re (not) playing at their best they still get the results somehow, that’s always the mark of a team with a winning mentality, especially when it’s consistent.”

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“But you know it’s going to end and you want to be the team who can go out there and achieve that. For us, it’s not about the record but getting the three points and get to our 40-point mark.”