Leicester City Brendan Rodgers on Tuesday appointed as manager. The 46-year-old Northern Irishman is at the Premier League club as the successor of the sacked Claude Puel.
Rodgers signs a contract until the summer of 2022 at Leicester City. He comes from Celtic, which he joined in mid-2016 under his wing.
With the Scottish club conquered Rodgers in three seasons of seven awards. He led his team to two league titles, two national cups and three League Cups.
Celtic claimed Neil Lennon until the end of the season as interim coach. The 47-year-old Northern Irishman, who happens to Hibernian, was from 2010 to 2014 also trainer of ‘The Bhoys’.
Puel was last Sunday, fired by Leicester, after the champion of 2016 Saturday for a private audience with 1-4 lost to Crystal Palace. He was since 2017 coach at Leicester.
Leicester came out in the last seven duels, not to profit
Under the leadership of Puel knew Leicester in the last seven duels, not to win. The Frenchman believed after the game against Crystal Palace will still be in that he the situation could turn.
Leicester City is suing the league Tuesday night with a home game against Brighton & Hove Albion.
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