Leicester City Manager Officially Sacked

    Leicester City Football Club announced today, Sunday, the sacking of their manager Brendan Rodgers due to poor results and the team’s decline among competitors in order to get closer to the fight for relegation.

    The sacking of Brendan Rodgers came a day after Leicester City’s 2-0 loss to Crystal Palace in the match that brought them together yesterday, Saturday, in the 29th round of the English Premier League.

    Leicester City Football Club said in a statement: “Leicester City Football Club have reached a mutual agreement with Brendan Rodgers to leave the club after four years as senior men’s team manager.

    Brendan is leaving King Power Stadium as one of the most successful managers in the club’s history, leading us to a highly anticipated first FA Cup win in 2021, the FA Community Shield the same year and two of Leicester’s top three Premier League finishes. league, in addition to consistent participation in Europe, including a team reaching the European semi-finals for the first time in 2022.

    Assistant head coach Chris Davis and fitness coach Glen Driscoll will also leave with thanks from the club and best wishes for their careers.

    The club’s longtime first team coaches Adam Sadler and Mike Stowell will take direct responsibility for coaching the men’s first team and preparing for the matches.

    Leicester City are in penultimate nineteenth place in the standings with 25 points.


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