Brendan Rodgers wants to sign Sunderland striker Danny Graham, while Rangers boss Mark Warburton is set to double his salary.
Celtic name Chris Davies as their new assistant manager, with Brendan Rodgers describing him as a "magnificent coach".
Brendan Rodgers—one of the hottest young names in management just a couple of years ago thanks to his exploits leading a ragtag Liverpool group to the precipice of the Premier League title—selected the next destination on his coaching career this past Friday. At Celtic. In Scotland. Not exactly following the glorious trajectory he once seemed to be arcing toward. Read more...
Brendan Rodgers emotionally and intellectually fills the role of Celtic manager, writes Richard Wilson.
US Brendan Rodgers was unveiled as the new Celtic manager today, following the Glasgow club’s shock revelation last Friday. A huge crowd gathered at Celtic Park to welcome the Northern Irishman, and he returned the love by evoking his love for the club he’s supported since he was a boy. Surprisingly, Rodgergs revealed that he turned […]
Glasgow (AFP) – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers claimed he has joined one of the world’s biggest clubs after being officially unveiled by the Scottish champions on Monday. Rodgers’ appointment on a 12-month rolling contract was announced...Show More Summary
New manager Brendan Rodgers says Celtic is not a step down from the Premier League.
The 2015/16 Premier League season was far from a successful one for Liverpool Football Club, with a turbulent spell on and off the field leaving a meagre eighth-placed finish to show for it. Starting the campaign with Brendan Rodgers...Show More Summary
Tales of trouble and joy after Hibernian's Scottish Cup final win and claims that Rangers' antics led to Celtic to Brendan Rodgers.
New manager Brendan Rodgers will be expected to restore Celtic's European fortunes, according to chairman Ian Bankier.
Celtic pay big money for Brendan Rodgers, Rangers and Hibs get ready to duel for Scottish Cup, St Mirren fans may miss out on buy-out.
A connection with Tommy Burns and a preference for artful attacking make Brendan Rodgers a neat fit for Celtic, writes Richard Wilson.
Glasgow (AFP) – Scottish champions Celtic on Friday named former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as their new manager with the target of translating their domestic success into solid European progress. Rodgers, 43, replaces Ronny Deila...Show More Summary
HU BREAKING NEWS: Celtic FC is delighted to announce that it has appointed Brendan Rodgers as the Club's new manager. pic.twitter.com/u2s2FwgChm — Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) May 20, 2016 Celtic have tonight announced the appointment of Brendan Rodgers as their new manager. With Ronny Delia deciding to step down at the end of the Scottish season, […]
Glasgow (AFP) – Scottish champions Celtic on Friday named former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as their new manager on a 12-month rolling contract. Rodgers, 43, replaces Ronny Deila who stepped down at the end of a two-year spell which brought in two league titles and a League Cup crown but just frustration in Europe. Show More Summary
Brendan Rodgers has been appointed manager of Celtic, the Scottish Premier League champions confirmed on their Twitter account. It means a return to work for former Liverpool boss Rodgers, who was sacked by the Anfield club earlier in the season. Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Celtic appoint former Liverpool and Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers as their new team boss.
US Luis Suarez has heaped praise upon his former manager Brendan Rodgers. The Uruguyan spent two seasons at Anfield with the Northern Irishman, and while he eventually left for the pull of Barcelona and Champions League triumph, Suarez’s affection and respect for Rodgers was always evident. Even just seeing them laughing and joking at Melwood (as […]
Celtic to appoint former Liverpool manager as their new boss - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Scottish champions Celtic are hoping to unveil former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as their new manager as early as next week. Although...Show More Summary
The 2015/16 Premier League campaign was a major disappointment for Liverpool, kicking off with a stuttering start under Brendan Rodgers and, following a brief revival, ending in a marginal role as Jurgen Klopp looked to navigate a busy...Show More Summary