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Brendan Rodgers Has Conviction Quashed Over Eyesore House

Brendan Rodgers Has Conviction Quashed Over Eyesore House
By Robbie Dunne

Brendan Rodgers has had a conviction quashed regarding the upkeep of a house he bought with business partner Judith O'Hagan. The Liverpool manager was taken to court in December 2013 over failure to fix broken windows, doors and to remove rubbish at the property.

Rodgers' defense might have been that he was too busy fighting for a fourth place finish and an FA Cup Final but now bot of those are out of reach, he might have more time stop clean up the rubbish around the house in Accrington, Lancashire.

The case against them both was overturned at Blackburn Magistrates’ Court on April 28, 2014, in the case of Brendan Rodgers, and on July 9, 2014, in the case of Miss O’Hagan, as neither Mr Rodgers or Miss O’Hagan had received the court summons

The case was since overturned due to the fact that Rodges and O'Hagan never received the summons to court.

The area of Accrington is set for a £13 million regeneration project but a property rating website Zoopla have the average house on the street is around £50,000.

After the convictions were overturned, it is unclear as to what steps the council took to reprimand Rodgers and his business partner and whether or not the house will undergo a process to improve it's exterior.


See also: A Liverpool Record That Brendan Rodgers Certainly Did Not Want

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