Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers fought off stiff competition from Tony Pulis to win the big one: the LMA Manger of the Year award.
After taking Liverpool from 7th to 2nd Brendan Rodgers became the first Liverpool manager to win the LMA award, since its inception in 1994.
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Brendan Rodgers as he collects Manager of the Year award: "I was hoping to be on the open-top bus tonight …"
— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) May 12, 2014
Rodgers is first LFC manager to win LMA manager of year award (started in 1994).
— This Is Anfield (@thisisanfield) May 12, 2014
Rogers won the LMA Manager Of The Season voted by all 92 managers. Pulis won the Premier League Manager Of The Season voted by PL Managers.
— Crystal Palace GIFS (@CPFCGIFS) May 12, 2014
Rodgers sends "congratulations to Manuel Pellegrini because the best team always wins the league" #mcfc
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) May 12, 2014
Pretty harsh for Manuel Pellegrini that he wins two trophies in first season at Man City and not even among the top four
— Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) May 12, 2014
Pellegrini wins the Premier League and Capital One Cup in his first season and isn't nominated. Rodgers wins nothing and gets the award. Ok.
— Zak (@UnitedZak) May 12, 2014
— Benny Antics (@BennyAntics) May 12, 2014
Face it Brendan Rodgers deserves the award not Manuel Pellegrini. @LFC basically gave them the title.
— Dan (@DanYNWAJFT96) May 12, 2014