Glasgow (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers spoke of his pride in his players as he moved to within touching distance of becoming only the third Celtic manager to claim a domestic treble for the Scottish giants. With the League Cup and ScottishShow More Summary
Rodgers says that this Celtic forward is ready for international call up - originally posted on Sportslens.com Celtic manager, Brendan Rodgers, believes that Scott Sinclair is ready to play for England in their next World Cup qualifier...Show More Summary
Glasgow (AFP) – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he can’t ask more of his side after they made it 39 domestic games unbeaten following a 3-1 win at home to Kilmarnock on Saturday. The recently-crowned Scottish champions returned to...Show More Summary
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has signed a new four-year contract just days after guiding the club to its sixth straight Scottish league title in his first year in charge
Glasgow (AFP) – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers signed a four-year contract extension with the Scottish Premiership champions on Friday. Rodgers led Celtic to the title in his first season in charge of the Glasgow giants and, just days after that triumph was wrapped up, the former Liverpool boss has been rewarded with a new deal. Show More Summary
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers "couldn't be happier" after signing a new contract with the Premiership champions until 2021.
Celtic captain Scott Brown tells Football Focus boss Brendan Rodgers is "pushing the boundaries" at Celtic Park after winning the Scottish Premiership title in his first season in charge.
Glasgow (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers says his job has only begun in terms of bringing Celtic success having landed the Premiership title on Sunday and improve their fortunes in Europe. Rodgers’ side, 25 points clear of second-placed Aberdeen,...Show More Summary
Manager Brendan Rodgers insists he has "a lot left to fulfil" with Celtic after winning the title in his debut season.
Manager Brendan Rodgers underlines his commitment to Celtic as he plans to build on title success.
Edinburgh (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers warned the rest of Scottish football that the best is yet to come from Celtic after they clinched their sixth Scottish Premiership title in a row with eight games to spare. Rodgers’ side hammered Hearts 5-0 at Tynecastle on Sunday, giving them an unassailable 25 point lead over Aberdeen at the top of the table. Show More Summary
Edinburgh (AFP) – Celtic were crowned Scottish Premiership champions for a sixth consecutive season as Scott Sinclair’s hat-trick inspired a 5-0 demolition of Hearts on Sunday. Brendan Rodgers’ side, now 25 points clear of second-placed...Show More Summary
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and his squad celebrate winning a sixth Scottish title with their fans at Tynecastle.
Brendan Rodgers says his Celtic side's 5-0 hammering of Hearts is a fitting way to clinch the Scottish Premiership title.
Super Celtic scenes Yes, Celtic are Scottish champions again. Brendan Rodgers picked up his first trophy with the Bhoys on Sunday as Celtic stuck five past Hearts to wrap up the title on April 2. After the match, the Celtic stars enjoyed themselves in the locker room as they celebrated another successful season. Yaya/Kolo Toure […]
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says he wants to "give more years" to the club, which is on the brink of a sixth consecutive league title.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he will "find a solution" for captain Scott Brown playing for Scotland against England.
Midfielder Stuart Armstrong's form would justify a first cap for Scotland, according to Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers.
Glasgow (AFP) – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers praised his players for showing the determination needed to dig out a 2-1 victory against Dundee that puts them on the verge of the Scottish Premiership title. A first half strike from Jozo Simunovic and a second half header from Stuart Armstrong seemed to have the Hoops cruising to victory at Dens Park. Show More Summary
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says Rangers' Clint Hill told him he "got away with" not conceding a penalty in their draw.