Liverpool FC coach, Brendan Rodgers has expressed empathy for Manchester United coach, David Moyes after Liverpool trashed Manchester United 3-0 on Sunday. The champions have looked a shadow of the team that won the premiership last season. They are currently 11 points adrift of Liverpool who finished 7th on the log last season. Manchester United's poor form has been attributed to transition as Ferguson spent 27 years before retiring.

Rodgers however insisted that his job was tougher as he came in at a worse time in Liverpool's history. He said Moyes came in to meet a team of world class champions though filling Ferguson's boots were quite huge. He said he met a Liverpool team that was at its lowest ebb. He has managed to turn them into a free scoring side that currently sit comfortably in 2nd on the log. Liverpool for the title or Manchester United for Europa League, which do you see happening? 

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