Brendan Rodgers has attempted to make it up with Celtic fans over his decision to leave the Parkhead club mid-way through last season for the Premier League’s Leicester City in an interview with The Daily Rag.
The fact is Rodgers was in line to secure the historic Treble Treble, after all he already broke numerous records managing the Hoops so why leave in such a selfish manner, it just shows how little he values winning trophies in Scotland and even more it shows he never cared enough for the fans.
Leicester might push for another title race or even finish top four this season but we all know Brendan will leave them in the lurch as soon as a so called ELITE club come calling for his services.
“It was a really tough call from a personal perspective and a professional one because my relationship with everyone at the club was great form the boardroom to the dressing room but perhaps now people will have a better understanding of why I made the choice to go when I did”.
“We were 27 games into a league campaign. We were clear at the top of the league, we had already won a cup and I felt I was leaving the club in a good state”.
“OK, the timing wasn’t ideal for many people but I felt the club was in a really good place, the players’ mentality, everything around the club was healthy”.
“It gave me the time to prepare for the summer so that we were ready to make a challenge at the start of this season. I think it’s worked out well for both parties”.
The funny thing is Celtic have actually come out a more stronger team under Lennon and Rodgers leaving seems to be the best thing to happen to the Scottish Champions, Lennon is the man to trust as he’s never let the club down and never will, that’s what being a true fan means.