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Brendan Rodgers started his career as a defender with Ballymena United, where he played until he was recruited by Reading at the age of 18, but he had to leave at the age of 20 due to a hereditary knee ailment. Read on to learn more facts about Brendan Rodgers, former Liverpool boss.

Brendan Rodgers

(born 26 January 1973) is the manager of Premier League team Leicester City. He is a Northern Irish professional football manager and former player.

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Rodgers stayed at Reading as a coach and subsequently academy director for many years, as well as playing non-league football for Newport, Witney Town, and Newbury Town.

Following a spell of studying coaching techniques in Spain,

José Mourinho

encouraged him to leave Reading and join Chelsea as a youth manager in 2004, eventually being promoted to reserve manager in 2006.

He was named manager of Watford in 2008, and stayed there until accepting a chance to coach his old side Reading in 2009. After some dismal results six months later, he departed the club by mutual agreement.

In 2010, he returned to management with Swansea City, guiding them to Premier League promotion for the first time, making them the first Welsh side to do so, before finishing 11th the following season.

Rodgers accepted an offer to become the new manager of Liverpool on June 1, 2012, and guided the club to second place in the league in the 2013–14 season until being fired in October 2015.

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An important fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he took over as manager of Celtic in May 2016, and in his first year, he guided the club to an unbeaten domestic season and trebles in each of his first two seasons. In February 2019, he moved from Celtic to Leicester City, where he won the FA Cup in his second full season.

Brendan Rodgers early life

Rodgers was born in the beach resort of Carnlough in Northern Ireland's County Antrim. Regarding

Brendan Rodgers’s parents

, it should be mentioned that Malachy, his father, was a painter and decorator, and Christina, his mother, was a volunteer for the Irish charity Trócaire. Rodgers is the oldest of a family of five sons.

Malachy, his younger brother, became a well-known country-and-western musician in his hometown and is currently seeking a career in Nashville, Tennessee. He grew up as a Celtic and Sheffield Wednesday fan.

Speaking about

Brendan Rodgers’ childhood

, it is worth mentioning that he was raised as a devout Catholic. He went to Carnlough's St John's Catholic Primary School and then Ballymena's St Patrick's College till he was 16. Rodgers' mother died in 2010 at the age of 53, and he stood at his father's side when he died of cancer at the age of 59 in September 2011.

Brendan Rodgers personal life

Rodgers and his wife, Susan, divorced in December 2015 after separating in the summer of 2014. They have two children: a boy, Anton, who is also a footballer, and a daughter, Mischa, who is also a player.

Rodgers married Charlotte Searle in June 2017 after they got engaged in February 2016. He has been a Celtics fan since he was a child. Thieves stormed into his Glasgow house on March 6, 2019, stole family belongings and Celtic medals.

Rodgers joined a team from the Football League to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in June 2011 to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care in memory of his mother, who died of cancer in 2010, and his father, who died of cancer in 2011.

He received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Ulster in June 2014. Rodgers is fluent in both Spanish and Italian. Buck Rodgers is his nickname, after the comic strip character Buck Rogers.

Rodgers revealed in May 2020 that he and his wife had tested positive for COVID-19 in March of the same year after experiencing symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic, but that they had recovered completely.

Rodgers compared his respiratory problems to the altitude he experienced when climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. For three weeks, the couple suffered from loss of smell, taste, and strength before being confirmed positive.

Brendan Rodgers professional career

Brendan Rodgers worked under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea before going it alone with Championship sides


, Reading and promotion-winning Swansea.

An impressive first season in the top flight earned him the


job in 2012 and he took them to the brink of the title in 2013-14, but he was sacked 18 months later.

Rodgers resurfaced at Celtic, winning back-to-back domestic Trebles, before joining Leicester in 2019.

Brendan Rodgers club career

A notable

fact about Brendan Rodgers

is that he played for Northern Ireland at schoolboy level as a youngster, most notably against Brazil in 1988.

In 1987, he made his senior debut for Ballymena United, his hometown club. He was signed by Reading three years later, at the age of 18, and played in the reserves. Due to a genetic knee condition, his professional playing career came to an end when he was 20 years old.

Rodgers spent many years playing non-league football with Newport (IOW), Witney Town, and Newbury Town after being forced to retire, while continuing to work as a development coach at Reading. To support his small family, he sought work at John Lewis.

Brendan Rodgers coaching career

Rodgers spent a significant amount of time in Spain studying various coaching methods before being invited by Chelsea manager José Mourinho to leave his role as academy director at Reading and join the Chelsea Academy as their head youth coach in 2004, following a recommendation from Mourinho's assistant and future Premier League manager

Steve Clarke


Rodgers was elevated to reserve team manager two years later, and succeeding Chelsea managers Avram Grant and

Luiz Felipe Scolari

maintained him in that post.


Rodgers left Chelsea on November 24, 2008, to take over as manager of Watford in the Championship.

Rodgers' first 10 league games as manager were all losses, placing Watford in the relegation zone by January. Watford's record improved considerably, and Rodgers was able to steer them to 13th place, escaping relegation.


Following the departure of Steve Coppell as Reading manager a few weeks after ensuring Watford's survival, Rodgers swiftly became the favorite to replace him and return to his former club.

He first denied any involvement in the position, adding that his "focus (is) completely on Watford." However, on 5 June 2009, he accepted to become the new manager of Reading after agreeing to a compensation package with Watford for an initial £500,000, which subsequently increased to £1 million.

 Rodgers' image was "severely harmed" in the eyes of Watford fans as a consequence of the deal, according to the Watford Supporters' Trust, although they "thanked (Rodgers) for his efforts last season" and "wished" him well in the future.

Rodgers' first victory as Reading manager came on August 11th, when the Royals defeated Burton Albion 5–1 in the League Cup first round. Despite a strong start in the league, Rodgers departed Reading by mutual agreement on December 16, little over six months after his appointment, leaving Reading one place above relegation in the Championship.

Swansea City

On July 16, 2010, Rodgers accepted an opportunity to manage

Swansea City

in the Championship. He had been requested to join the coaching staff at Manchester City under manager Roberto Mancini prior to this hiring.

An important

fact about Brendan Rodgers

is that he was voted the Championship Manager of the Month for February 2011 after Swansea won five of the six league games they played that month while maintaining four clean sheets.

With a commanding 4–1 win against Ipswich Town at the Liberty Stadium on April 25, 2011, Rodgers had easily secured Swansea City's spot in the 2011 Championship Play-Offs for promotion to the Premier League.

Rodgers guided Swansea City to the 2011 Championship Play-Off final as favorites on May 16, 2011, after overcoming Nottingham Forest over two legs in the semi-final.

On 30 May 2011, he met his previous side Reading in the final at Wembley Stadium, which Swansea won 4–2, due in part to a hat-trick from Scott Sinclair, ensuring Swansea's promotion to the Premier League for the first time.

Before accepting the title, Rodgers was commended by the media and fans for comforting Reading manager Brian McDermott and owner John Madejski.

Rodgers' first Premier League victory occurred on September 17, 2011 at the Liberty Stadium, when Swansea City defeated West Bromwich Albion 3–0.

Despite the fact that many predicted Swansea would be relegated before the season started, they had a strong first season, picking up points against Liverpool, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Chelsea, keeping them comfortably clear of the relegation zone.

Swansea City won their first away game of the season against

Aston Villa

in January 2012, a month in which they also defeated Arsenal 3–2 at home and held Chelsea to a 1–1 draw. Rodgers was named Premier League Manager of the Month for the first time.

A notable fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he signed a new three-and-a-half-year deal with the club in February, which will keep him at the club until July 2015.


Following the resignation of Kenny Dalglish two weeks before, Rodgers was announced as the next Liverpool manager on a three-year deal on June 1, 2012.

Former teammate and Real Madrid manager José Mourinho backed Rodgers' hiring right away. Rodgers addressed an open letter to Swansea City supporters in July 2012, thanking both the staff and the fans for their support during his time at the club and wishing them well in the future.

Rodgers had his first training session at Melwood a few days later, when the players returned for pre-season training.

Rodgers' first competitive game as Liverpool manager was a 1–0 victory in the UEFA Europa League against Belarusian side Gomel on August 2, 2012, and he won his first home game in charge a week later in the second leg.

Liverpool lost 3–0 to West Bromwich Albion in his debut league game as manager on August 18th at The Hawthorns. Liverpool won 5–2 over

Norwich City

at Carrow Road, giving him his first league victory.

Rodgers' previous team Swansea visited Anfield in the fourth round of the League Cup on October 31, a match Liverpool defeated 3–1.

Liverpool beat Udinese 1–0 away in the Europa League on December 6 to advance to the round of 32 as group champions.

Liverpool was knocked out of the FA Cup in the fourth round on 27 January 2013, losing 3–2 to League One side Oldham Athletic.

In his first season in command, Liverpool finished seventh in the Premier League, one place better than the previous season.

An important fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he was selected Premier League Manager of the Month for August 2013 at the start of the 2013–14 season, after Liverpool won their first three league games.

After a 2–1 defeat to Manchester City in December 2013, he was fined £8,000 in January 2014 for remarks criticizing referee Lee Mason.

After Liverpool won all five of their games in March 2014 to move top of the Premier League, he was voted Manager of the Month for the second time that season.

Liverpool have won 11 of their last 12 games, putting them five points ahead at the top of the Premier League with just three games remaining.

However, on April 27, they were defeated 2–0 at home by Chelsea.

Manchester City

now has the upper hand in the championship battle as a consequence of this outcome. Liverpool lead Crystal Palace 3–0 with 11 minutes to play in their next encounter on May 5, but the game ended 3–3.

Liverpool finished the Premier League season in second place, two points behind winners Manchester City.

Liverpool scored 101 Premier League goals this season, the most for the club since 1895–96 and the third-most in Premier League history.

Rodgers was elected LMA Manager of the Year later that month, making him the first Liverpool manager to win the award in its 20-year existence. Rodgers signed a new four-year deal with Liverpool on May 26, 2014.

Liverpool was relegated to the Europa League after drawing against Basel in their last group encounter in the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League season.

After losing 4–5 on penalties against Turkish side Beşiktaş in the Europa League round of 32, the Reds were eliminated. Liverpool lost to Aston Villa in the FA Cup semi-final on April 19, 2015.

Liverpool finished sixth in the Premier League after losing 6–1 to Stoke City at the end of the season. Rodgers became the first Liverpool manager since the 1950s to go three seasons without winning a trophy. Despite this, Liverpool's owners gave Rodgers their support.

Liverpool met Everton in the 225th Merseyside derby on October 4, 2015, and the game ended in a 1–1 tie. Liverpool had taken a 0–0 lead in their previous six games, only to have the game finish in a 1–1 tie, and they had just one victory in their previous nine games.

Rodgers was fired an hour after the game, putting Liverpool in ninth position after eight matches. It was then revealed that the decision to fire him had been taken before the match against Everton.

"I am, of course, tremendously unhappy to be departing... [but] it has been both an honour and a pleasure to manage one of the game's great teams," Rodgers said in a statement posted by the League Managers Association the next day.

James Milner,

Roberto Firmino


Philippe Coutinho

, Adam Lallana, Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren, Divock Origi, and Mario Balotelli were among Rodgers' Liverpool additions.


Following the departure of Ronny Deila, Rodgers was named manager of Scottish Premiership winners Celtic on a 12-month rolling contract on May 20, 2016. Rodgers expressed his respect for the late Tommy Burns, the former Celtic player and manager who was in charge of Reading when Rodgers started his coaching career, upon his arrival in Glasgow.

Celtic lost 1–0 away to Gibraltar's Lincoln Red Imps in the first leg of their second qualifying round of the 2016–17 Champions League on July 12th, in his first competitive game in charge.

In response to the unexpected outcome, he said, "There is a clear sense of disappointment. There is no need to be embarrassed." Celtic won 3–0 at Celtic Park after coming back from a one-goal deficit. Celtic qualified for the 2016–17 Champions League group stage for the first time in three years on August 23, 2016, following a 5–4 aggregate victory against Hapoel Be'er Sheva.

Brendan Rodgers' biggest defeat and Celtic's poorest result in European play came in the opening game of the group stage, a 7–0 loss to Barcelona at Camp Nou on September 13, 2016.

A notable

fact about Brendan Rodgers

is that he won his first title as a manager when Celtic defeated Aberdeen 3–0 in the Scottish League Cup final on November 27, 2016.

Celtic also won their 100th major title as a result of the victory. Rodgers became the first Celtic manager in history to win his first three games against Rangers on December 31, 2016.

Celtic moved 19 points ahead of the pack in the 2016–17 Scottish Premiership standings, with a game in hand. Celtic also won their fifth consecutive league game, earning 58 points out of a possible 60, and extended their domestic unbeaten streak to 24 games.

Celtic beat Hearts 5–0 on April 2, 2017, to win their sixth straight league championship with eight games to spare. Five days later, Rodgers signed a new four-year deal with Celtic.

Celtic's undefeated domestic record continued on April 29, when they thrashed Rangers 5–1 at Ibrox, their biggest loss at the stadium since 1915.

Celtic's 2–0 victory against Hearts on May 21 put them 30 points clear of second-placed Aberdeen in the league, giving them a league-high 106 points and making them the first Scottish club to go unbeaten in the top division since 1899.

Celtic defeated Aberdeen 2–1 to win the Scottish Cup on May 27, 2017, completing a domestic triple for the fourth time in club history and going undefeated in all domestic competitions for the 2016–17 season.

An important fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he led Celtic to a 4–0 win against St Johnstone on November 4, 2017. Celtic had now gone 63 games without losing in the domestic league. The win also ensured they broke Willie Maley's Celtic team's 100-year British record for consecutive home games unbeaten, which was established in 1917 at 62.

Rodgers won his fourth title as a manager on November 26, 2017, as Celtic defeated Motherwell 2–0 in the Scottish League Cup Final.

Rodgers became the first manager in club history to win his first four domestic championships, and his undefeated domestic record was extended to 65 games. After 69 games, the undefeated streak came to an end with a 4–0 loss against Hearts.

Rodgers won his second and Celtic's eighth successive league championship with a 5–0 triumph against Rangers at Celtic Park on April 29, 2018. Celtic's undefeated streak against Rangers now stands at 12 games.

Rodgers won the first 'Double Treble' (a treble in two consecutive seasons) in Scottish football history with a 2–0 victory against Motherwell in the Scottish Cup Final on May 19, 2018.

During the summer of 2018, Rodgers revealed he turned down an approach from a Chinese team. "It's enormous money with China," he told BBC Scotland, "but I've found pleasure here." Celtic finished second in the UEFA Europa League group stage after failing to qualify for the Champions League.

Valencia knocked them out in the round of 32, 3–0 on aggregate. Celtic won the Scottish League Cup for the eighth time in a row in December 2018, becoming Rodgers the club's all-time winningest manager.

Rodgers left Celtic in February 2019, with Celtic leading the Premiership by eight points, to join English Premier League team

Leicester City


Leicester City

Following the dismissal of Claude Puel, Rodgers was named manager of Leicester City in February 2019. Rodgers' debut game in command of The Foxes came against previous club Watford on March 3, 2019. The Hornets won the game 2–1, with Andre Gray scoring the game-winning goal in the 92nd minute.

Leicester beat struggling Fulham 3–1 in Rodgers' home debut, his second game in command. In the encounter, striker Jamie Vardy scored his 100th goal for the club.

A notable fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he signed a contract extension with the club on December 6, 2019, which would keep him at the club until 2025.

His club had won 7 games in a row and was second in the Premier League standings after 15 games when he signed the contract. Rodgers led Leicester to fifth place in his first full season, qualifying for the UEFA Europa League group stage.

They got off to a good start in the 2020–21 season, defeating Manchester City 5–2 away from home on September 27, 2020, making Rodgers the first manager to have his side score five goals against a club coached by

Pep Guardiola


In Europe, Leicester advanced to the round of 16 after winning their Europa League group alongside Braga, AEK Athens, and Zorya Luhansk, however they were eliminated by Slavia Prague after a 0–0 away draw and a 0–2 home defeat.

After a 1–0 triumph against Chelsea in the final on May 15, 2021, he guided Leicester City to their first FA Cup championship.

Leicester, Chelsea, and Liverpool fought it out for the remaining UEFA Champions League slots in the league at the conclusion of the season.

Despite being in third position for the most of the season, Leicester dropped to fifth place after a 1–2 loss to Chelsea in the last game, after Liverpool's 3–0 victory over Burnley, with Leicester and Liverpool level on points and Chelsea in third place by a single point.

Despite Chelsea's 1–2 loss to Aston Villa giving them a chance to finish fourth, Leicester couldn't take advantage of a dramatic 2–4 loss to Tottenham Hotspur after maintaining a 2–1 lead until Kasper Schmeichel's own goal in the 76th minute, combined with a brace from

Gareth Bale

, Leicester couldn't take advantage. As a result, Leicester finished fifth once again, qualifying for the Europa League.

Brendan Rodgers coaching style

A notable fact about Brendan Rodgers is that he thinks that his teams should retain control of the ball and play a fluid passing and offensive style with the ball moving constantly; on defense, he wants his side to put a lot of pressure on the opposition.

During the 2013–14 season, his Liverpool squad switched from a 4–5–1 to a 3–5–2 to a 4–4–2 to a 4–3–3 to a diamond configuration. Rodgers' one-on-one management, according to

Steven Gerrard

, is the finest he's ever seen.

The competent management of Brendan Rodgers reveals what Claude Puel's management lacks. Puel has great trust in the team's fresh blood.

Their effectiveness was hampered by an elderly defense and a considerably inferior midfield. Rodgers also had a tense relationship with Jamie Vardy, who he started to rest more often in the second season.

Brendan Rodgers has completely rebuilt the club, placing the right players in the right spots. Despite the absence of some of the more well-known players, he is getting the most out of his squad.

The players have responded effectively to the alterations as a result of their intensive training. He has given the players complete autonomy so that they may perform to their maximum capacity.

Leicester City won the Premier League championship in a fairytale season in 2015/16, and that Foxes side will go down in history as one of the most unlikely winners ever, not only in English football history, but in international football history as well. The traditional contenders have reclaimed the championship since then, with Leicester finishing in 12th, 9th, 9th, and 5th position till the 2019/20 season.

Two things become clear here: first, the Foxes have established themselves as a Premier League team, which is no small feat given that they only regained Premier League status in 2014, surviving relegation with a stirring run in the final few games of the 2014/15 season, which would be the prelude to their title win the following season.

Second, we can observe the development from 9th to 5th position in the previous two seasons, and Brendan Rodgers deserves a lot of credit for that.

Rodgers took over at the King Power Stadium in February 2019 after Claude Puel was fired, and last season was his first full season in command.

When the season was interrupted due to the COVID-19 epidemic, he had them in the Champions League positions, and it was only a bad run of play upon the season's restart that saw Leicester drop to fifth.

The team, on the other hand, seems to have resumed up where they left off in 2019. Rodgers has transformed Leicester into a real contender for European berths, if not the championship, and he has done it despite a large number of players missing the most of the season due to injuries.

Brendan Rodgers has established himself as a coach who has a general idea of how he wants his team to play, but is willing to adapt depending on individual opponents and circumstances, as well as other considerations like injuries.

As a result of this, Leicester has mostly played with a back three/back five this season, owing to a number of crucial defensive personnel injuries. Despite this, the Northern Irishman has managed to field a well-drilled and sturdy squad, with some players adjusting to different roles to help their side along the way.

Certain fundamentals have been similar for Leicester this season, whether they are playing in a back three/five or a back four. One of the main objectives has been to keep the lines tight while also defending the wide spaces effectively, with wide midfielders and even central midfielders running out to help the full-back or wing-back, as the case may be.

Leicester's style has reflected this, with the squad being firm and tight in key areas but also trying hard to stop overloads and passing movements out wide.

The back five has aided in this aspect, as it enables the defense to cover a larger area of the pitch than a back four, but the midfielders' work rate can also be complimented, as they have dropped into wide areas to carry out Rodgers' tactical instructions when required.

Leicester's dedication to defending the wide areas has frequently resulted in them regaining possession of the ball in such areas, enabling them to launch rapid counter-attacks.

This is also a technique used further up the field, when the Foxes try to limit center passing possibilities and push the ball out wide instead. According to the passes per defensive action (PPDA) statistic, Leicester is pressing significantly less this season than previous. Leicester's PPDA was 9.13 last season, which was the third highest in the league.

This season, however, there has been a substantial drop-off, with the Foxes' PPDA rising to 13.64, exactly in the center of the Premier League.

Of course, owing to the impact of COVID-19 on the fixture calendar, practically every club is pressing considerably less this season, but it's noteworthy that Rodgers has managed to keep Leicester's defensive stability despite entirely altering their defensive style and intensity.

Leicester may have a reputation for being a counter-attacking team, but that would be an injustice to the team. With this Leicester team, Rodgers has been able to effectively employ a mix of offensive tactics and methods, similar to their defensive approach.

When challenged to break through low blocks, the Foxes are at ease, as well as when they can play on the counter-attack. There are several essential concepts that stay true throughout various methods, comparable to their defensive effort, which have enabled them to be versatile in their offensive style of play this season.

The focus on fast attacks is one of Leicester's primary principles when it comes to attacking. This functions similarly to a spring, recoiling and then leaping forward when released, which is why it fits well with their defensive strategy, as they can absorb pressure and then counter-attack into space swiftly.

Even when they have the bulk of possession, the focus is on moving the ball fast to create space in the opponent's vertical or horizontal spacing, then taking advantage of it with rapid one- and two-touch passing and strategic movement.

They've also sought to make good use of the wider areas while attacking, with players making frequent runs into such areas and wingers staying wide in the build-up phase to stretch the opposition's lines.

Another aspect of their game has been their aggressiveness in regaining possession of the ball, particularly in midfield. Leicester may not be pushing as hard as they did last season, but they are striving to get the ball back along the halfway line and then counter-attacking quickly.

As a result, Leicester's offensive strategy this season has been built on energy, wide-area use, fast, early passing, and a willingness to win the ball in the middle third of the field before advancing into space.

This has been constant regardless of system or personnel, and it is also well-suited to the Leicester players, making it another successful tactical and coaching move by Rodgers.

While some fans and onlookers may be startled by Leicester's high position in the Premier League standings, those who have followed the team throughout the season know it is not a mirage.

The Foxes' play has been outstanding, with defensive tenacity combined with offensive prowess to produce a side that has performed much better than the sum of its parts.

The 5-2 battering of Manchester City, the recent 2-0 victory over


, a 4-1 win over Leeds, a 1-0 win over Arsenal, and a 2-0 defeat of Tottenham have all come as a result of their strategy.

These victories, as well as their 2-2 tie with

Manchester United

, demonstrate how the team has been able to do more than simply hold its own against the conventional 'Big Six,' thanks in large part to their strategy and some outstanding individual performances.

Rodgers' task now is to maintain this level of performance – the Foxes dropped alarmingly from a similar position last season in the second half, and with Europa League football on the horizon from February onwards, it will be interesting to see if Leicester can maintain their unlikely title challenge.

Brendan Rodgers social media


Brendan Rodgers social media

, it should be mentioned that he has does not have any pages on any social media platforms.

Brendan Rodgers body measurements

Speaking about

Brendan Rodgers body measurements

, it should be mentioned that the coach is 170 cm and 75 kg.

Brendan Rodgers net worth and salary

Rodgers' Celtic compensation was thought to have quadrupled when he signed his three-year agreement at the King Power Stadium, with the possibility of a triple if certain criteria are hit.

According to the Daily Record, he received $57,000 (£45,000) a week at Celtic, making him the highest-paid manager in Scottish football history, earning $2.94 million (£2.3 million) per year. If his wage at Leicester was quadrupled, he would make $114,000 (£90,000) each week, or $5.87 million (£4.6 million) per year.

The Foxes paid a £9 million compensation fee to Celtic in exchange for Rodgers' appointment and backroom staff.

Brendan Rodgers' net worth

is estimated to be at $16 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.

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