Former Liverpool star backs unlikely candidate for Arsenal job, fans of current club can rest easy - originally posted on Sportslens.com Jamie Redknapp believes Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers will be in the frame to be Arsenal manager once Arsene Wenger leaves the club or retires. Show More Summary
Jamie Redknapp believes Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will be on the wish list of top-four clubs in England in a few years' time.
Like Suarez Jamie Carragher has claimed Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho is like Luis Saurez in terms of his affect on the club. Suarez of course nearly led Liverpool to a league title under Brendan Rodgers, when the defence was lacking much like it is now, and was the standout player in the team. Not only […]
Former Celtic boss tipped as perfect candidate for Everton job - originally posted on Sportslens.com Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Neil Lennon would have been the ideal choice to replace David Moyes when he left Everton for Manchester United. Show More Summary
Glasgow (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers’s remarkable spell as Celtic manager has earned him rave notices from a whole range of people but perhaps most reassuringly his boss, chief executive Peter Lawwell. Lawwell hailed him as an ‘outstanding...Show More Summary
Celtic beating Ross County really isn't the mark of a good team Brendan - originally posted on Sportslens.com Brendan Rodgers’ claim that Celtic’s victory over Ross County on Saturday is the mark of a good team is, quite frankly, delusional. Show More Summary
Champions League Wed 13 Sep, AT 08:07 Celtic humbled as PSG score five in Glasgow Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani hand out a lesson to Brendan Rodgers’ side
Brendan Rodgers reckons his Celtic side paid the price for a poor first-half display as they lost 5-0 at home to Paris St-Germain.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers shares his disappointment with his side's first half performance following a 5-0 Champions League thrashing by Paris St-Germain at Celtic Park.
Brendan Rodgers says "attitude is everything" against PSG, and Celtic will play their own game in the Champions League tie.
Glasgow (AFP) – The world’s most expensive player Neymar and his side Paris Saint Germain hold no fear for Scottish champions Celtic says the latter’s manager Brendan Rodgers. Neymar, French starlet Kylian Mbappe — signed on loan from...Show More Summary
Moussa Dembele could feature in next week's Champions League match against Paris St-Germain, says Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.
Glasgow (AFP) – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will return to his roots as he looks to his youth players to help his side through a busy month domestically and in Europe. The Scottish champions return to action on Friday following the international break when they travel to take on Hamilton at New Douglas Park. Show More Summary
Major worry for Brendan Rodgers, top class Celtic star limped off with an injury last night - originally posted on Sportslens.com Celtic star Leigh Griffiths limped off with a calf injury against Malta last night. The 27-year-old Scotland international was seen clutching his calf midway through the second half and he was replaced by Chris Martin. Show More Summary
Rodgers makes transfer revelation, Celtic wanted to break their transfer record for attacker - originally posted on Sportslens.com Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that the Scottish champions wanted to sign Patrick Roberts permanently but Manchester city did not want to get rid of the player permanently. Show More Summary
Odsonne Edouard eager to learn from Brendan Rodgers at Celtic, relishing facing PSG - originally posted on Sportslens.com Brendan Rodgers’ ability to develop young talent was a key factor behind Odsonne Edouard’s transfer deadline-day move from Paris Saint-Germain. Show More Summary
Celtic boss criticises Scottish “smash it up the pitch” culture - originally posted on Sportslens.com Brendan Rodgers says a culture of “smash it up the pitch” has held back Scottish football over the past two decades. There were rumblings...Show More Summary
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says he wants his team to still be in European football in the new year.
Brendan Rodgers targets European football into the new year after Celtic reach the Champions League group stage.
Brendan Rodgers refuses to take a Champions League group stage place for granted, despite Celtic taking a 5-0 lead to Kazakhstan.