Leicester teflon fans might be very wrong in their verdict of Brendan Rodgers with massive change needed done

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Brendan Rodgers is under heavy pressure, but still TCF believe he is not really doing a bad job. Away games vs. Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are all defeats on paper. Playing Brighton away is no walk in the park either. Southampton and Brentford are two games at home that should have been won.

The fixture list can in some way blind owners and fans as they look for results that in all could be unreal and you all start the sack touting.

Looking at the Spurs game in perspective it was in real a great performance, but still ended in a bitter 2-6 defeat as results went against, but on any day of the week Spurs would have snatched all points.

The crucial change to be done is in goal. Danny Ward must be given a rest and in with Daniel Iversen. This must happen if not we could all say goodbye to Brendan Rodgers.

This is in real the only thing to do to get this team back on track. To be voted player of the season at Preston last season tells a story of a goalkeeper prepared and ready for the task to take over as first team choice at Leicester.

Hopefully Brendan Rodgers will show his understanding and not keep the rot continue with Danny Ward as the last man, even if you rate the Wales international a better alternative, after the strike Leicester have been on lately it could be good to rest him for a while as Iversen gets this chance to shine.

Certain teflon fans of this football club does like to take all frustration out on the manager and they are often using their tunnel sight forgetting happenings a few months back. Previous season reaching the semi-final of UEFA Conference, and some describe the football played under Brendan Rodgers as outdated.

Being at the opener vs. Brentford it was a fantastic performance with some great goals and a 2-0 lead that suddenly turned into something very different than a pretty watch, but still TCF believe life would be more difficult without Brendan Rodgers.


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