Liverpool: Holiday Two Days, and Focus to Swansea

Liverpool: Holiday Two Days, and Focus to Swansea

Liverpool: Holiday Two Days, and Focus to Swansea

Liverpool – After a series of busy schedules, the Liverpool players were given a rest period of two days. After that they were required immediately focus for the next Premier League match opponents Swansea City.

This season Liverpool was already played two games more than the pass last season. Naturally, because the Reds play in European competition plus drove away in the FA Cup and League Cup.

In the Premier League they’ve played 28 games plus seven games in Europe, and there are five in the English League Cup semi-final before Chelsea terminated.

A total of 40 games are an additional six more games in the FA Cup, because they have to play two games against Blackburn Rovers replay including in the quarterfinals. With 46 games that have been passed, obviously the players physically drained and take a break.

After the game counter Blackburn last weekend, Brendan Rodgers allowing a two-day holiday for the sake players reinvigorate their condition. This has been done the Northern Irish manager when giving leave to Raheem Sterling week some time ago.

Some penggawa Liverpool as Martin Skrtel even directly on vacation with his family, when the Slovakian defender just got a head injury in the FA Cup match. While Philippe Coutinho chose to celebrate his father’s birthday in London.

After a two-day holiday, the players were required to return to the team at Melwood training center on Wednesday (11/3) to carry out preparations ahead of the game in the 29th week the Liberty Stadium against Swansea.

Three points clear finished shooting ‘The Red’ considering the competition to the top four so tight. Currently they are in fifth place with 51 points, two points ahead of Manchester United, who will face an opponent on March 22 tomorrow.

“After what they did during this period, the players were given two days off,” said Rodgers in the Mirror.

“They deserve it because of their efforts to bring us to this current position. But after that, we will recover and get ready again,” said Rodgers related to the rate of 12 matches unbeaten in the Premier League Liverpool.

“Swansea is another important game for us and we want to continue performance has brought us reach the number of points at this time.”

“They deserve a break, but we will be ready again after a two-day holiday and looked at the next game,” said he.