Both Michael Laudrup and Brendan Rodgers conceded they are happy with a point after Swansea City and Liverpool draw a blank at the Liberty
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Swansea City's Ki Sung-yueng and Kyle Bartley have been declared fit for Sundays visit of Liverpool in the Premier League.
Former Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has given his full support to Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay over his rift with owner Vincent Tan.
Rodgers said the Malaysian "knows absolutely nothing about football".
Speaking ahead of Saturday's Premier League meeting with Cardiff, Rodgers also said he is "astonished" that Mackay has come under fire after leading the club into the top flight.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has attacked Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan, claiming he "knows nothing about football."
Rodgers, a former Swansea City boss, said it was "astonishing" what Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has had to endure this season, with uncertainty at the club.
Cardiff face Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday.
Former Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has come to the defence of Cardiff counterpart Malky Mackay, and claimed the capital club's owner Vincent Tan "knows nothing about football."
Rodgers, now in charge of Liverpool, was responding to questions on the fall-out at Cardiff, after Malaysian owner Tan said he was "extremely upset" at comments Mackay made about transfer funds.
"I find it astonishing what he has had to go through", Rodgers said.
"He has had great results this season and is going to go on and be a great manager at a big club and I find it absolutely astonishing there is talk about him leaving there."
"My only conclusion is you have a business guy operating the club who knows absolutely nothing about football.
"He has obviously been a successful businessman - congratulations but football is like no other business."
"When I see what Malky has had to put up with, to see him being questioned I find it remarkable.
"Especially when supporters there look up to him and respect him for what he's done."
A thrilling evening at the Liberty Stadium saw Swansea narrowly miss out on a victory against an on-form Liverpool.
The performances of both sides were overshadowed by Swans newcomer Jonjo Shelvey as he had a hand in all four goals against his old club.
Swansea were a goal up after just two minutes, thanks to Shelvey, but Liverpool soon came back with a goal from Daniel Sturridge after a sloppy pass by the midfielder.
The visitors managed a second goal 10 minutes before half-time from Victor Moses after another mistake from the club's former player.
Swansea's Michu managed to equalise with a header in the second half.
Jonjo Shelvey later apologised to the Swansea City fans after handing both goals to Liverpool.
Swansea are now in 13th place in the Premier League table and Liverpool move to top.
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A man from Barmouth has been charged over alleged racist gestures made during an FA Cup game between Liverpool and Manchester United in January. Philip Gannon, 58, was bailed to appear at Liverpool Justice Centre on 20 April.
A Merseyside Police statement said: "58-year-old Phillip Gannon, of Heol Meirion, Barmouth, has been charged with a racially aggravated section five public order offence and a section five public order offence."