Pay per Head: Rodgers wants to leave a legacy at Anfield

Brendan RodgersBrendan Rodgers, Liverpool manager, stressed his desire to leave a legacy of development at the club, something that pay per head services would really like to see.

Pay per head services saw that this season, Rodgers led the Reds to second place in the Premier League table, with a type of exciting attacking football that saw them fall 73 goals in only 28 matches, which is the highest in the division.

Now price per head services can see that after a four-campaign absence, the Merseysiders are on their way for a return to the UEFA Champions League, sitting just four points adrift of Chelsea, and are in contention to put an end to a 24-year wait for a 19th top-flight title.

Rodgers was praised by many fans and pay per head services for his willingness to blood young players, with Jon Flanagan and Raheem Sterling now established members of the Reds, and the likes of Brad Smith, Joao Teixeira, and Jordon Ibe also making first-team appearances since the players arrived in June 2012 from Swansea City.

The manager explained that this policy is just as important as clinching silverware, and pay per head services fully agree.

“There’s no point in having a youth system and an academy system in place if you’re not going to look from within,” Rodgers told Liverpool’s official website.

“For me, it’s how I work, it’s also part of my definition of success.

“When I eventually retire from football, I want to be able to look back and see that not only have I won trophies, but I’ve developed a football club that has brought through their own youth players and individuals and made them better. That is very important in my work.

“Other managers may be different and might just be about purely winning trophies, but for me success isn’t just about picking up the trophy at the end of the season.

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“It’s also about the football club, giving value to young players and seeing them develop.”