Rodgers Eager to End Horrific Chants

Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers might be disappointed with his team’s 2-1 defeat against Manchester United on Sunday, but that was not the only issue he addressed at the post match conference.

Speaking to the press, Rogers admitted that he wasn’t keen with horrific chants or songs coming from the fans and hoping that those things can be taken away from the game.

Rogers acknowledged the intense rivalry between the Reds and Man United, but the manager felt that the tension should solely focus on the field of play instead of chants battles.