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Jeff: Give Rodgers time
Jeff: Give Rodgers time Jeff Stelling

Jeff: Give Rodgers time

It's far too early in the season to criticise Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, says Jeff Stelling.

Stelling: No sympathy for United Jeff Stelling

Stelling: No sympathy for United

Jeff Stelling has no sympathy for Man Utd's defensive woes, or the dubious refereeing decisions against them.

Jeff: Resting players is costly Jeff Stelling

Jeff: Resting players is costly

Why are clubs resting their stars in crucial games? It's costing them three points, says Jeff Stelling.

Jeff: Independence for Accrington Jeff Stelling

Jeff: Independence for Accrington

Jeff Stelling backs Accrington Stanley for independence and argues they couldn't be any worse than San Marino!

Stelling: Club over country Jeff Stelling

Stelling: Club over country

The England national team's failure is a consequence of Premier League obsession, says Jeff Stelling.

Stelling: Fears for Leeds Jeff Stelling

Stelling: Fears for Leeds

Jeff Stelling is worried that headline-making Leeds could end up slipping back into League One.

Jeff: I haven't missed Balotelli Jeff Stelling

Jeff: I haven't missed Balotelli

Jeff Stelling hasn't missed Mario Balotelli and ponders how Brendan Rodgers will fit him in the squad.

Stelling - Pulis not gone long Jeff Stelling

Stelling - Pulis not gone long

Tony Pulis won't be away from the Premier League for long after his Crystal Palace exit, says Jeff Stelling.

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