Brendan Rodgers drops revelation about his Celtic future after winning title
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that although he would like to manage in the Premier League again one day, it isn’t going to happen any time soon.
Rodgers made the revelation on the Alan Brazil sports breakfast show on TalkSport, where he disclosed that although he is flattered with talk linking him to Arsenal, he is enjoying life too much in Scotland right now to even contemplate leaving the club.
“I’m so happy here at Celtic. I’m in a job that I love, big expectancy, big pressure. I would love to work in the Premier League again one day, but I’m hopefully going to be coaching for another 20 years, so it’s no time soon” the Hoops boss said.
"I'm in the best job in the world"
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— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) April 30, 2018
The Hoops have had huge success since Rodgers took over as boss in May 2016, and they won their fifth domestic honour under his management on Sunday, clinching the league title after a 5-0 win over bitter rivals Rangers.
Rodgers’ last management spell in England was with Liverpool, where he came agonisingly close to winning the league title in 2014.
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Hoops fans will be thrilled by this revelation from Rodgers that he has no plans to leave Celtic any time soon. The Hoops boss seems to be on the verge of building something special and after domination in Scotland, the next step is doing well in Europe, and Rodgers should demand to the Hoops board that they spend big in the summer, to make competing in Europe a realistic possibility. Naturally Rodgers will leave the Hoops eventually, but as it doesn’t seem likely any time soon the Bhoys should get used to plenty more success, as he is by far the best manager working in Scotland at this moment in time.
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