The Times Makes Astonishing Claim About Rodgers - Will Anger Celtic Fans Further

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The interesting take comes as Rodgers leaves Celtic Park to take over at Premier League Leicester City.

Rodgers headed north to Scotland after leaving Anfield and had been in charge at Celtic for nearly three years, winning every piece of domestic silverware on offer.

The Northern Irishman won three league titles in four years during his first spell in charge between 2010 and 2014 and led Celtic to the last 16 of the Champions League after famously beating Barcelona in 2012.

However, Leicester pounced on the former Swansea and Liverpool boss as they sought a replacement for Claude Puel, who was sacked earlier this week. I haven't got much to time to adjust, but we need to adapt very quickly. Celtic is a club that's a huge club worldwide, a renowned club, and I loved working with the players there.

March will be a hard month for new manager Neil Lennon, who needs to cope without the 25-year-old star in the league and the cup. I will be doing all I can to continue the great work that has gone on in recent years.

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Joining the Club's established team of First Team staff will be Assistant Manager, Chris Davies; First Team Fitness Coach, Glen Driscoll; and First Team Coach, Kolo Touré.

Rodgers has quit Celtic for Leicester City. And I've got big shoes to fill'. "For us, we just see how that pans out really".

"Of course the game is won and lost at both ends and at the moment we're not putting away opportunities and so we have to make sure we're not conceding".

Sutton's immediate reaction is fairly similar to the sentiment throughout the Hoops support, with many feeling entirely let down by a man who spoke in glowing terms of the club and his love for it.

"It's not about me coming back, it's not about Brendan leaving, it's about Celtic winning the league and hopefully winning another cup as well". "He has been a tremendous ambassador for Celtic and I wish him every success for the future".

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