Brendan Rodgers Returns to Celtic in Sensational Three-Year Deal
Brendan Rodgers has made a sensational return to Celtic, signing a three-year deal as the club’s manager. He replaces Ange Postecoglou, who recently joined Tottenham Hotspur. Rodgers’ contract is reportedly in excess of his previous Celtic contract, making him the highest-paid manager in the club’s history again.
Rodgers’ contract is reportedly in excess of his previous Celtic contract, making him the highest-paid manager in the club’s history once again.
Welcome back, Brendan! 🍀#CelticFC is delighted to announce that Brendan Rodgers has been appointed the Club's new Football Manager on a three-year contract.
During his first spell at Celtic, Rodgers led the club to seven trophies, including back-to-back domestic trebles. His departure for Leicester City midway through the 2018/19 season was met with frustration by many Celtic fans. However, his return is seen as a positive move by the majority, who remember his successful tenure.
Rodgers’ time at Leicester was marked by two 5th placed finishes and an FA Cup victory. His return to Celtic indicates his desire to add to his already impressive trophy haul.
Celtic’s board is expected to back Rodgers in the transfer market, providing him with the resources necessary to compete in the Champions League. This commitment from the board underscores their faith in Rodgers’ ability to lead the team to success.
John Kennedy will remain at Celtic as Rodgers’ assistant manager, with Stevie Woods, Gavin Strachan, and Harry Kewell continuing their roles as first-team coaches. This continuity in the coaching staff is expected to provide stability as Rodgers takes the helm.
With the backing of the board and the support of the fans, Rodgers’ return to Celtic marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the club’s history.