We certainly believe Brendan Rodgers will be around when the season moves to close and he has no excuses as he is paid to win Leicester top four PL positions.
To see the Leicester boss 4th in the payment table of Premier League managers shows why his talk sometimes becomes hopeless as he must have forgotten his payment check.
Leicester do show the belief and hope that they should and will soon welcome more than 40.000 fans to their stadium and no one should doubt that at all. European football every season and a trophy or two in the bag is the aim and that is why Brendan Rodgers is paid in the scale he is.
The way forward is set and news about new contracts being signed and keeping key players for the future shows no decline in that department. Experts Paul Merson and Robbie Savage can go to somewhere else as they are talking about the past and cannot see what this club is going forward.
Brendan Rodgers is paid to a strength that we do believe he should deliver week in and week out and the money used to invest in the squad are not Mickey Mouse and should we believe that signings done should improve the team.
Fans do believe being up there is the aim and paying the manager wages close to the top men in football he should never talk the club down and be minor anyone. Cannot really understand this at all as we all know Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Man City and Man Utd are all being defeated by Brendan Rodgers during his days at the football club.
To see decline is a result of bad planning and not because players are injured. That points are lost against West Ham, Tottenham and Brighton and even in the away game vs. Wolves is not down to injuries, it’s something to address and we all know that the players out on the field on the day can get results in the bank when you dominate games and are losing points just as the final whistle blows.
Hopefully Brendan Rodgers will be looking forward and also be reminded why he is paid to the level he is and he knows himself what the clear goals are.
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