The England squad manager, Roy Hodgson, believes that the Reds’ forward, Raheem Sterling, will benefit a great deal from the rumbling media scrutiny encircling his professional footballing career. Roy Hodgson has said to Raheem Sterling that the door is always open to him should he need to have intense communication germane to his contract dispute with his club, Liverpool. Roy Hodgson said that Raheem Sterling needed to come up with thicker skin so as to deal with all the flaks he is encountering from the stands, particularly those posing his contract’s rumors.
The Reds’ fans heckled the striker in the warm-up just before the final match in this season at Stoke and the home supporters inside Aviva Stadium on Sunday in Dublin were booing him all the time, and that got even worse every time he made contact with the ball during England’s draw against the Republic of Ireland. There has been a conflict between Raheem Sterling’s camp and the Reds shows no intention of being resolved and Roy Hodgson confesses that the twenty-year-old forward will have to be accustomed to the notion of being booed during his game.
However, the England coach, Roy Hodgson, does not want one of the most fascinating players to suffer so the player will happily talk to Raheem Sterling on-to-one if the player thinks he is in time of need.
“Wayne Rooney may talk to him, yet we do not ask players to do the job for the team. We are supposed to make it clear as a staff we will always be available and more than just happy so as to listen their woes or any circumstances that may come up”, Roy Hodgson said. One month ago, Raheem Sterling’s representative, Aidy Ward assumedly told the London Evening Standard that the client would not sign any new signing at Liverpool even if the team offered the player nine hundred thousand pounds a week. That has caused renewed accusation of greed toward the striker, who was one of was regarded one of the worst players in the dull game in Ireland.
Roy Hodgson said that at the moment Raheem Sterling was being portrayed as someone that in some ways was hurting the Reds so unluckily the Irish fans would turn on Raheem, that was the way it was. If you could not accept being the object of being booed as well as jeered by opponent fans you were in the wrong game basically if you desired to play for the Three Lions.