Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Celtic captain Scott Brown was the only player he confided in regarding his switch to Leicester.
The new Foxes boss was a popular figure at Parkhead, having led the reigning SPFL champions to back-to-back domestic trebles - a feat that they are on course to achieve yet again this season.
He enjoyed a good relationship with both the players and fans, with Rodgers now revealing that choosing to leave was the one most difficult decisions he has had to make - before revealing that he confided in captain Scott Brown of his plans to move south.
"I have always been honest with him and then I spoke to him after that on the phone. It was very tough. We have exchanged messages and I've spoken to him again. It is difficult. These guys and I created memories that will bond us together for a liftetime."
Brendan Rodgers gave us some great memories, developed some of the players and was undoubtedly a very good coach, the manner of his leaving was very poor but no need for spiteful songs or suchlike, we move on to the next chapter in Celtic's history now. pic.twitter.com/RA4epS5uro— Lisbon Lion (@tirnaog09) March 1, 2019
This bond with his former players could further infuriate Celtic fans as the Leicester
Source : 90min