Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers officially named manager of Leicester City

Celtic fans are delighted by Neil Lennon's impending return to the club

Celtic fans are delighted by Neil Lennon's impending return to the club

"When I took over the last time the club was in a very different position". Celtic would also end the season unbeaten in all domestic competitions - the first Scottish side to do so in the league since the 19th century.

Leicester ended a winless run stretching back to January 1 by beating Brighton 2-1 in the Premier League on Tuesday, its players perhaps motivated by impressing their new coach following his arrival from Scottish club Celtic.

Brendan Rodgers quit his role as manager of Celtic for the bright lights of Leicester or, more specifically, the Premier League. I don't have all the answers, and I don't want to be compared to Brendan.

Lennon, who won titles as a player and manager with the Bhoys, says he always hoped that he'd return to Parkhead some day, though he admits it has come sooner than he expected. I know it's an old cliche, but we'll just take it game by game.

"If it happens, wherever he goes, I obviously wish him luck because he's a good guy". Tactically, you learn as you go along.

Towards the end of Hibs" first season back in the top flight, Lennon said in May 2018: "We look like we are going to finish fourth, which is unacceptable for me.

Gatland urges Wales to 'build further' after beating England
It all conspired to give relief to England , who grabbed their first try-scoring chance, from a Welsh turnover. This match reminds me of 2013 when England were coming for the Grand Slam and Wales put 30 points on them.

Brendan again put together an exciting team at Anfield, and after a seventh-place finish in his first season, an incredible late run of form saw the Reds finish just two points behind champions Manchester City in 2013/14. "Brendan has his way and it's been fantastic, and I have my way".

"My focus right now is Rangers and we've got a big fixture tomorrow against Dundee".

"The club comes first, and obviously the players, and I want to bring as much success here in my time as I possibly can". But I'm here for the club.

'It's about the club and the players.

"But his decision has given an opportunity for me and I'm ready to grab it".

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