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Rodgers in line for a deserved double

Despite his excellent achievements at Liverpool where he came so agonisingly close to winning the club’s first ever Premier League title, Brendan Rodgers’ managerial career has lacked any silverware. His most notable triumph to date was winning the Championship play-off final with Swansea City in 2011, an achievement that helped him attain the much coveted job on Merseyside.

Although he was named LMA Manager of the Year for the 2013-14 season, the Reds sacked him due to his lack of tangible awards. Now with Celtic it looks as though the 43-year-old’s hard work is finally about to pay off, as the Scottish champions are well on track for a league and cup double.


Scottish champions Celtic have a difficult task ahead after being drawn in the Champions League in a “group of death.”

Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos was the one who opened the seal that revealed that Celtic would face Spanish giant Barcelona, English side Manchester City – the two favourites to go through to the next stage – and German side Borussia Monchengladbach.

Brendan Rodgers completed a last minute signing with Gamboa

Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers was able to add CristianGamboa on August 30, which was one of the last few days in which the summer transfer window remained open before eventually shutting down only 1 day later.

Gamboa is one of the few truly defensive players that Rodgers signed during the summer transfer window as the Northern Irish coach has mostly been signing midfielders more than anything else.

Celtic: the season so far

The Brendan Rodgers era is well and truly underway – and Celtic are benefiting from his prowess and tactical astuteness in attack. The Bhoys have scored 15 goals in the first four games of the season, including five in their recent derby day victory over Rangers; a result that sent shockwaves across the Scottish Premiership.

Without doubt, Celtic are the best team in Scotland’s top flight and it would take a brave man to back against Rodgers’ side this year.

Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Scott Sinclair forced his move from Aston Villa

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that winger Scott Sinclair forced his move from Aston Villa in order to become a first team player at the Scottish club.

The former Chelsea winger has a good relationship withRodgers. In order to link up with the former Swansea manager, Sinclair literally begged Villa to allow a £ 3.5 million move to go through. Sinclair has become one of the important signings at Celtic in the summer.

Rodgers hoping to sign more players

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has stated that he would like to sign new players ahead of the new season.

Ideally, he wants to have the new recruits before the game against Astana that will count for the Champions League qualifiers.

Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he is not planning a major revamp

New manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that he is not planning a major revamp of the squad in the summer transfer window, but he insisted that Celtic are in need of a few additions in certain areas of the pitch.

The Scottish club recently replaced Ronny Deila with the former Liverpool manager. Due to his extensive contacts in the Premier league over the last few years, the presence of Rodgers was expected to help Celtic attract many Premier League names. After having been at the club for almost a month, the club has not had any significant transfer activity.


Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is trying to convince two of the club’s top stars to remain at the club despite their reluctance.

The players Tom Rogic and Stefan Johansen have their contracts in the final year but they have not yet agreed to a new deal that will tie them to the club.

Rodgers: No Major Changes

Celtic have won the Scottish League Championship for 5 consecutive years and are the undisputed best team of Scotland, and yet there has been a recent switch of managers as Ronny Deila left his coaching position and was replaced by Brendan Rodgers.

Ronny Deila says that former Manchester United captain Roy Keane will be a perfect match

Outgoing Celtic manager Ronny Deila says that former Manchester United captain Roy Keane will be a perfect match for the Scottish club.

Keane has been working as a pundit for last few years and he has not been in management since leaving Ipswich Town at the end of the 2011 season. Even though he has held roles as the assistant manager for the Republic of Ireland national team and Aston Villa, there have been doubts about Keane’s ability to come back strongly. So far, the Irishman has experienced only in his first campaign as manager with Sunderland.