Former Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has expressed his gratitude to the club’s chairman Mr Srivaddhanaprabha and board for giving him the opportunity to manage the team over the past four years. During his tenure, Rodgers achieved a historic FA Cup win in 2021 and secured European qualification in consecutive seasons. Despite his departure close to the end of the season, the Northern Irishman expressed his confidence that the team would have preserved their Premier League status.
Rodgers is now looking forward to taking some time to reflect and recharge before embarking on his next opportunity. Foxes midfielder James Maddison paid tribute to the former manager, thanking him for his impact on his career and life outside of football. Maddison expressed his gratitude for Rodgers’ support, wishing him luck in his future endeavours.
In conclusion, Brendan Rodgers has expressed his appreciation for Leicester City and his confidence in their ability to remain in the Premier League. He is now looking forward to taking some time to reflect and recharge before embarking on his next opportunity, while Foxes midfielder James Maddison has paid tribute to the former manager for his impact on his career and life outside of football.