Brendan Rodgers close to Returns as Celtic Manager

In a highly anticipated move, Brendan Rodgers has agreed to terms to become the new Celtic manager, embarking on his second stint with the club.

This development comes as no surprise, as Rodgers quickly emerged as the ideal candidate following Ange Postecoglou’s departure to Tottenham Hotspur.

Brendan Rodgers’ Imminent Return to Celtic

Following weeks of speculation, Brendan Rodgers is close to return to Celtic as their manager.

The club’s owner, Dermot Desmond, engaged in fruitful discussions with Rodgers, ultimately sealing the deal.

With Rodgers’ impressive track record and previous accomplishments during his initial spell at Celtic, this appointment is met with great excitement and anticipation.

A Glorious First Spell at Celtic

During his first tenure at Celtic, which commenced in 2016, Brendan Rodgers steered the club to unparalleled success.

The team solidified its position as Scotland’s dominant force, delivering an unbeaten 2016/17 season and an entire calendar year without a single home defeat.

Under Rodgers’ guidance, Celtic clinched the Scottish Premiership, the Scottish League Cup, and the Scottish Cup twice, earning the prestigious “double-treble.”

Rodgers’ Success Beyond Celtic

Rodgers almost led Liverpool to the Premier League championship in the spring of 2014 after taking over in June 2012. The Reds came up just short, but at the time it appeared that they had a promising future under Rodgers’ leadership.

Although Brendan Rodgers faced a disappointing end to his tenure at Leicester City, his achievements at the club cannot be overlooked.

Prior to his departure, Rodgers led the Foxes to glory in the FA Cup and the Community Shield, solidifying their position as a top Premier League outfit.

While the team experienced a slump after Rodgers’ exit, resulting in relegation, it is crucial to recognize his immense contributions to Leicester City’s rise to prominence.

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