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Leicester coach Rodgers announces resignation


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Moscow, April 2 – Brendan Rodgers has resigned as coach of Leicester City, according to the English football club’s official website.
The contract with Rogers was terminated by mutual agreement of the parties. Along with the 50-year-old specialist, members of his coaching staff, Chris Davis and Glenn Driscoll, left the club. Adam Sadler and Mike Stowell temporarily took over the team.
Rodgers took over Leicester in 2019 and led the team to the FA Cup and Super Cup titles in 2021. Also under his leadership, Leicester reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Conference League in the 2021/22 season.

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Before joining Leicester, Rodgers was manager of Watford, Reading, Swansea City, Liverpool and Celtic.
This season, Leicester is fighting for survival and is currently in 18th place in the Premier League table (25 points in 28 matches). The Foxes went on a six-game losing streak in the national championship (five losses, one tie).

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