Brendan Rodgers is Leicester’s new manager.
Here, Football Paradise looks at the 46-year-old’s career in numbers.
20 – the age Rodgers retired as a player, due to a knee condition.
6 – Leicester make it half a dozen clubs for Rodgers as a manager, following Watford, Reading, Swansea, Liverpool and Celtic.
7 – major trophies won, all with Celtic – the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup twice apiece, and three League Cups.
54 – his win percentage for his managerial career, including a near-70 per cent mark at Celtic.
101 – goals scored by Rodgers’ Liverpool in 2013-14 as they finished second in the Premier League. It is the only time a team have reached a century but not won the title.
3 – he has been named Premier League manager of the month on a trio of occasions, in January 2012 with Swansea and twice with Liverpool in August and March of the 2013-14 season. He won the equivalent award in Scotland five times.
2022 – his Leicester contract runs for three seasons after the current campaign.
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