Liverpool's Rodgers opts for old remedies after latest loss
LIVERPOOL, United Kingdom (AFP) - Brendan Rodgers has been hailed as one of the most innovative young managers in the Premier League.
But he reached for the old explanations of wishing for a change of luck after he was left searching for his first Premier League win as Liverpool boss following a 2-1 defeat by arch-rivals Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday.
Defeat left Liverpool in the bottom three and without a league win under Rodgers, brought in to replace sacked Anfield hero Kenny Dalglish.
But a defiant Rodgers said there was still time for the club to turn their season around as Arsenal did last term when a shaky start culminated in Champions League qualification.