Brendan Rodgers is set to take charge of Celtic

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Following his dismissal from Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers is set to take charge of Celtic

Brendan Rodgers has triumphantly returned to Celtic Football Club as the team’s manager, four years after leaving for Leicester City, in a huge move for the club. During his first stint at Celtic Park, Rodgers had a ton of success, winning a huge number of domestic titles, including an undefeated season and back-to-back trebles.

Brendan Rodgers is set to join Celtic
Brendan Rodgers is set to join Celtic for a second time after enjoying a lot of success in his first stint

The confirmation of Rodgers’ hiring comes as Celtic looks to reorganize under new direction after Ange Postecoglou left and recently became the head coach of Tottenham. Rodgers begins his second career at Celtic with an established track record and the desire to further the club’s success. He hopes to repeat the wonderful moments that characterized his first spell.

Brendan Rodgers permanently inscribed his name in the club’s history during his first stint as manager. The 50-year-old Northern Irishman led Celtic to back-to-back trebles and an undefeated domestic season, achieving an incredible degree of achievement. Additionally, the club demonstrated domination and consistency in their performances, solidly establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned within Scottish football.

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Brendan Rodgers moved on from Celtic in 2019 to take up a new challenge with Leicester City in the English Premier League. Rodgers made important contributions during his time at Leicester, guiding the squad to two fifth-place league finishes and earning the team a spot in the European competition.

Additionally, he led Leicester to the club’s first-ever success in the illustrious FA Cup title match in 2021. Rodgers’ management skills and tactical knowledge were put on full show while he was in charge of Leicester.

Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City to an FA Cup triumph in 2021

Brendan Rodgers has gladly embraced the possibility to return to Celtic after leaving Leicester City in April. For Rodgers and his family, the opportunity to reconnect with the team and its fervent supporters was intriguing.

The Celtic Football Club expressed their joy in hiring Rodgers as their new football manager on a three-year deal in a statement, highlighting his prior successes and the significant success he brought to the team. Rodgers expressed his enthusiasm and resolve to play excellent football, build an engaging squad, and eventually lead Celtic to further victories.

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