He said: "His way of working is very well known - drilling the side. To be honest, it didn't go down too well at Liverpool, if I'm being completely honest.
"But at England he won't have the players that much, he'll only see them every six weeks for four or five training sessions, so the players won't get too fed up.
"With the top players at Liverpool he found it difficult and the players found it difficult at times with the same drills every day, and the way he likes to keep his teams tight, organised, functional if you like. It worked well at Fulham and West Brom but it didn't work out with us."
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