Carragher reveals why he believes Celtic fans were "harsh" on Brendan Rodgers

Tanya Simon
December 3, 2019

Jamie Carragher believes Celtic fans were "harsh" with their criticism of Brendan Rodgers after he left to join Leicester City last season.

"I was asked a question yesterday about my contract, talking about clauses and stuff like that, and I gave an honest answer which was based on most managers probably have something in their contract", said Rodgers.

"I think for me in this moment we've had a brilliant win today". This is an ambition to come here and help the club arrive into the top six.

Arsenal are without a manager having sacked Unai Emery earlier in the week, but Rodgers has only been at Leicester since February.

Since he took over in February, Leicester's form has been nothing short of spectacular, with 16 wins and four draws from their 25 league games under the 46-year-old former Liverpool and Celtic boss who now can do no wrong.

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"I made a choice nine months ago to come here for a objective". Alisson pulled off a good couple of saves so I think we were in the game all the way whereas the recent Norwich game we weren't in the game so much. I'm very happy here. This time, however, they are not just chiselling out results, they are playing with a flair that Ranieri's side often lacked.

"The established big six are, wherever Leicester finish in the league, they are the big ones who think they can do something in the Champions League and spend big money".

On current form the Foxes are peerless and do not look like a side who will come crashing back to earth anytime soon.

Dean has dished out 52 cards in the 11 Premier League matches that he has officiated this season - an average of 4.7 cards per-game - and I wouldn't be surprised to see Everton revert to the dark arts whilst attempting to tame Klopp's troops.

"Everything has been great so far but we know there will be bumps along the way". The best teams have spirit. "We found a way with quality and determination".

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