City’s new manager says some dismiss his leadership style as ‘deluded’ but he is a better coach than he was at Liverpool
Brendan Rodgers was reflecting on the circularity of a managerial career that, but for a change of heart by Leicester City’s former owners, might have begun at the King Power Stadium when he landed upon one of the crueller criticisms of his style. Back in 2007 it was a toss-up between him and Gary Megson for the job but Milan Mandaric and his board eventually decided that, at 34 years old, the then-Chelsea reserve coach was marginally too big a risk in a cutthroat Championship.
Source: Football News
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