A very angered Rodgers vowed to deal with the situation. “We had an incident with a player last year and we did it internally. It is not something I stand for. If you want to do that, you do it at the end of the game. It is something I will deal with tomorrow.”
Since when did swapping shirts between players become a big deal? Right? Well, to Brendan Rodgers and many managers out there, it’s not a problem so far it’s done at the end of every game. Liverpool’s Mario Balotelli probably didn’t get that memo.
So, the controversial footballer is going to face the music for swapping shirts with Real Madrid’s Pepe during last night’s Champions League game between both clubs.