Brendan Rodgers' ability to man manage has been one of his best qualities this season.
One of the main reasons Brendan Rodgers has been so successful this season is the way he treats, takes care of and talks to his key players.
With every sequence of photos that appear from a Liverpool training session, the current boss can be seen talking to his players on a one-to-one basis regardless of whether they are Luis Suarez or a youngster who happens to be taking part in first team training.
What the does for the players in question is provides them with belief that they are being watched and not ignored by the gaffer who decides whether they’ll play in the Liverpool first team.
It’s a tactic by Rodgers which allows him to nip any notion of complacency or ego in the bud, keeping his best players on their toes while putting an arm around anyone who needs consoling.
That attention to detail and personal touch is going to become very important over the rest of the season as Liverpool go for the Premier League title but more so in the summer when Rodgers signs new players.
More players coming in means more current first team stars are going to worry about their positions and the variety of the players Rodgers talks to in next season’s training pictures is likely to increase.
Man management is a key skill for any boss and Rodgers seems to be the best in the Premier League at it right now.