Why You Shouldn't Ask New Liverpool Arrival If He’s Up For A Fight

This bloke could be Liverpool's caretaker manager when Brendan gets sacked.
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Sean O'Driscoll was confirmed as Liverpool's assistant manager today, but on this evidence Brendan Rodgers shouldn't be tempted to get his right hand man to take any post-match interviews.

The former Republic of Ireland international was a successful manager at Bournemouth and Doncaster, but had a tough time in his most recent managerial appointment at Bristol City.

O'Driscoll was sacked after ten months in charge of the club. During of a particularly bleak run of form, O'Driscoll was asked by a local TV reporter if he had the fight for the battle ahead. The response was a PR nightmare.


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