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Brendan Rodgers urged to leave Celtic and ‘Scottish Pub League’ in amazing rant

first_img Brendan Rodgers has been told to end his time at Celtic Brendan Rodgers is wasting his time and talent at Celtic and must return to management in the Premier League.That’s the view of talkSPORT’s Ian Abrahams, aka The Moose, following the Scottish club’s failure to reach the Champions League proper. “Rodgers is wasting his time and talent in Scotland… 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿…Celtic showed last night that it’s pointless for them to take part in a European competition!” 👀We don’t think @BroadcastMoose will be welcome in certain parts of Glasgow after this rant ↓ pic.twitter.com/zfP9Vv8noZ— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) August 15, 2018 Rodgers has won back-to-back domestic trebles at Celtic following his appointment in 2016 but Moose insists his achievements up north count for little due to the quality of Scottish football, and he is urging the former Liverpool boss to head back to England.“There is absolutely no point any more in Brendan Rodgers twice a season beating Hamilton and Kilmarnock, St Johnstone and even Rangers and Aberdeen. What is the point,” he said, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“The SPL has always stood for one thing and one thing only: ‘The Scottish Pub League’. Celtic’s record in Europe is poor. Last night, they once again showed it is pointless in even taking part in European competition.“They were the first British club to win it. With a bunch of players all from the local area they went and won the European Cup. That was fantastic, but that was so long ago now that colour TV wasn’t even invented in those days. There is no point in winning a Scottish league title every season.“Brendan must come back to England now. There is no point in him staying there and winning ten in a row. What does that achieve?“What is ten Scottish titles in a row going to mean on his CV? Outstanding, well done mate. It must be so hard to beat Ross County and Inverness Caledonian Thistle four times a season.” 1last_img

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