Kenny Dalglish comments on Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers, coach of Celtic looks on during a Celtic training session on the eve of their UEFA Champions League match against Anderlecht at Lennoxtown Training Ground on December 4,...

There has been recent speculation about Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers’s future at Celtic Park.

Manager of Celtic Brendan Rodgers looks on during the Betfred Cup Semi-Final at Hampden Park on October 21, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Kenny Dalglish has written in The Sunday Post that speculation over the future of Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is disappointing and disrespectful.

Rodgers has been in charge of Celtic since the summer of 2016 when he succeeded Ronny Deila at Celtic Park.

The former Liverpool and Swansea City manager has been a huge success at Celtic and is hugely popular among the fans.

Under Rodgers, the Glasgow giants have won the Scottish Premiership title with ease, progressed to the group stage of the Champions League for two seasons in a row, and have gone 67 games unbeaten in Scotland.

Celtic's head coach Brendan Rodgers talks during a press conference in Brussels on September 26, 2017 on the eve of the Champions League group B) football match against RSC Anderlecht.

There has been speculation about the future of the former Liverpool boss, with The Sunday Post recently claiming that West Ham United and Swansea City have had approaches for him turned down.

Celtic legend Dalglish has stated that talks about Rodgers leaving the Hoops for a challenge in England is “hugely disappointing and disrespectful”.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers applauds the home fans at the final whistle as the team equal a 100 year old record of 62 games unbeaten during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match...

Dalglish wrote in The Sunday Post (December 4, 2017) while discussing Rodgers’s success at Celtic: “This has led to many people in the game, on both sides of the border, speculating that Brendan may want to leave and will be targeted by ‘bigger clubs’ down south.

“I think talk such as that is hugely disappointing and disrespectful. I’ve even heard people say that Brendan may be fed up with the lack of competition in Scotland, given the fact that they take three points in almost every game.

“Listen, I’ve never known any manager to moan about winning every week. Why is it that when a manager is doing well, there is talk that he will be ready to move on?”

Celtic will take on Anderlecht at Celtic Park in the Champions League this evening and are likely to drop to the round-of-32 in the Europa League this season.

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