Charlie Adam: This is what Scott Sinclair told me about Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers
By Amir Mir
Charlie Adam has revealed that Celtic winger Scott Sinclair told him that Brendan Rodgers wants to win every game now till the end of the season.
Former Premier League boss Rodgers has the chance of clinching the Scottish Premiership title against Hearts on Sunday afternoon.
The 44-year-old joined the Glasgow-based club last summer and has since guided them to an unbeaten streak in Scotland.
That run has included winning the Scottish League Cup which they lifted in November after comfortably beating Aberdeen 3-0 at Hampden.
Despite having the SPL title in the bag, midfielder Adam has stated that this is what Rodgers wants his side to do till the season finale.
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“I was speaking to Scott Sinclair over the weekend in Dubai and he was saying [Rodgers] wants to win every game now till the end of the season,” Adam told the Monday Night Club on BBC Radio Five Live.
“They want to go the whole season undefeated and that is a trademark of a good manager.”
The Bhoys have dropped points on only two occasions this term, first against Inverness in September before being held to a draw against Old Firm rivals Rangers earlier on in the month.
There is a huge chance that Rodgers side can go unbeaten and win all their remaining games because they have shown that kind of form throughout the campaign.
However, they will face arguably their toughest and trickiest test on April 23 when they take on rivals Rangers.
The duo will clash in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden, with the Gers beating their neighbours on penalties this time last season when they met at this stage.
In other Celtic news, Lee Hendrie’s comments about Scott Sinclair is absolute bonkers.