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Rodgers asks Leicester to keep fighting

Thu 04 March 2021 | 14:33

Leicester City boss has talked about his side’s form.

Leicester City

boss

Brendan Rodgers

doesn’t want his side to lose hope or ambition following the injuries they have been facing.

“People talk about the top four but I’ve always said we’re not in the top four until the season’s finished,”

he said.

“Until that point we just have to keep working every day, being the best we can be and go into the next game.

“Everyone’s talking about the injury list but we have to deal with that, that’s unfortunate for us, but what I have here is a brilliant group of players that’s going to keep pushing, keep fighting and let’s see where it takes us.”

And about Choudhury’s performance and his mistakes in the game he added:

“Sometimes we’ll make mistakes but it’s OK as long as we learn from it,

“I encourage him to take the ball more, he’s a defensive-minded player but to play in the midfield in this team, you need to take the ball.

“But I thought his reaction was really good after that, he made tackles, took the ball, he passed it and he was unfortunate he didn’t score.”

Leicester City’s match against Burnley wasn’t an easy game as they came back from one goal down and finished the game in a draw, but Rodgers doesn’t seem mad at his players considering the situation they are facing.


source: SportMob