Coyle: Taunts are a social problem

28 January 2010 11:38
Coyle was greeted with cries of "Judas" on Tuesday when his side defeated the Clarets on Tuesday night, the club he left earlier this month.[LNB]On Saturday he comes up against Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez, whose own position is being scrutinised on a daily basis.[LNB]That debate has gone into overdrive following their draw against lowly Wolves.[LNB]Coyle said: "Liverpool have quality players and a fantastic manager. They have been a bit stop start this season through injury or loss of form.[LNB]"But when they are firing on all cylinders they are a top team. We will have to be at our very best.[LNB]"Managers get stick in football, it is commonplace I can assure you of that. Nothing surprises you, it is such a passionate game.[LNB]"But it is more than football, it is a social problem now that you can give out stick and get away with it."[LNB]Coyle added: "As footballers, coaches, managers, we all know what is involved in the job. We are all thick-skinned and have broad shoulders to take it on board.[LNB]"I can't say it is enjoyable. But we know it is the nature of the beast."[LNB][LNB]

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