If the owners decide to make a management change. Brendan Rodgers. the manager of Leicester. says he will respect their decision.
No team in England’s top four divisions has allowed more league goals this season than Leicester. who are currently last in the Premier League after picking up just one point from their first seven games. When asked if his position is secure. Brendan Rodgers replies. “I don’t know.” On Saturday. the Foxes lost 6-2 at Tottenham. The Foxes took an early lead in north London but fell to their second humiliating loss in as many games due to individual mistakes and a persistent failure to defend set pieces.
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Leicester have allowed 25 goals from set pieces since the start of last season. which is more than any other Premier League side has allowed. Their 22 goals allowed this season are more than all other teams in the top four divisions combined. He conceded that the statistics “don’t make ideal reading” for Rodgers or Leicester. He expressed uncertainty that he will still be in charge at the King Power Stadium beyond the upcoming international break. Sincerity be told. I have no notion what Rodgers spoke of. “Whatever the owners decide. I will always respect that.
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I believe we’ve seen enough. If you watched the squad play in the first half, you could see their creativity and confidence, in my opinion. These are simply errors that must be corrected.There is no denying that our first seven games have been challenging, particularly in light of the summer we’ve had. These games include Manchester United at home, Tottenham away, Arsenal away, Chelsea away, and a few others we should have won. The international break has likely arrived at the perfect time to restart everything and break the summer’s cycle as well.
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I’m not a fool. But if they continue to play as they did for the most part and avoid mistakes, I have every confidence the team can push on and move up the table. In their first seven Premier League games, Leicester have managed just one point, and Rodgers has acknowledged that his team’s current place at the bottom of the standings is his fault. When questioned about whether the loss put him under more strain, Rodgers responded, “Very much so. We can see the players playing with confidence because I come to work every day, but you need to be successful in sports. I am aware of the supporters’ frustrations, and I won’t try to run away from them. I’m in charge of it.