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Relegation Threatened Leicester Sack Rodgers

Relegation Threatened Leicester Sack Rodgers

Super Eagles duo, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi, will play under a new manager after Leicester City sacked Brendan Rodgers on Sunday.

The Foxes confirmed Rodgers’ sack in a statement released on their website.
The Foxes have had a torrid campaign which could see them relegate.

Saturday’s 2-1 loss at Crystal Palace subjected Leicester to their sixth defeat in the last seven games.

The result saw them drop into the relegation spot as they now occupy 19th position.

This has eventually led to the club owners to part company with the Northern Ireland coach.

“Leicester City Football Club has reached a mutual agreement with Brendan Rodgers that will see him leave the Club after four years as our Men’s First Team Manager,” the club stated.

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“Brendan departs King Power Stadium as one of the most successful managers in the Club’s history, having guided us to our long-awaited first FA Cup triumph in 2021, the FA Community Shield in the same year, two of the Club’s three highest Premier League finishes and consecutive European campaigns, including our first European semi-final in 2022.

“Assistant Manager Chris Davies and First Team Fitness Coach Glen Driscoll will also be leaving with the Club’s thanks and best wishes for their future careers.

“Immediate responsibility for Men’s First Team training and match preparation will be led by the Club’s long-serving First Team Coaches Adam Sadler and Mike Stowell.”

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  • Akunde Kwagh 1 year ago

    Long over due.
    I hope it is not late to promise hood for the club. Mediocre and sentimental coach

  • pompei 1 year ago

    6 defeats in 7 games. Unacceptable. Indefensible.
    Alex Ferguson would have been sacked at Man United with results like this.
    As a coach, it’s your results that keep you on the job.
    E don go. OTILO.

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