1. Brendan Rodgers has sent a touching letter to a Celtic supporter who has been diagnosed with cancer.
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4. Brendan Rodgers told The Coaches Voice: "I took the call on the Sunday evening, after the Merseyside derby.
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5. Brendan Rodgers has revealed just how much the Liverpool job took out of him—even though he loved the opportunity.
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8. Brendan Rodgers should keep close eye on fitness of Celtic ace Tom Rogic.
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9. Brendan Rodgers reveals how Liverpool owners sacked him in 2015.
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14. Brendan Rodgers signed nine players with the £75 million generated from selling Luis Suarez to Barcelona that summer, but none raised.
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16. Brendan Rodgers reveals how he found out about Liverpool sacking.
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17. On 31 December 2016, Brendan Rodgers became the first manager in Celtic history to win his opening three games against Rangers.
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18. On 26 May 2014, Brendan Rodgers signed a new four-year contract at Liverpool.
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19. In July 2012, Brendan Rodgers wrote an open letter to the Swansea City supporters, thanking both the staff and supporters for his time at the club, and wishing them well for the future.
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21. On 16 May 2011, Brendan Rodgers led Swansea to the 2011 Football League Championship Play-Off final after defeating favourites Nottingham Forest over two legs in the semi-final.
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22. Brendan Rodgers accepted an offer to become the manager of Championship side Swansea City on 16 July 2010.
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23. On 24 November 2008, Brendan Rodgers left Chelsea to become the manager of Championship side Watford.
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24. Brendan Rodgers spent a large amount of time travelling around Spain studying different coaching methods, and was eventually invited by manager Jose Mourinho to leave his role of academy director at Reading and join the Chelsea Academy as their head youth coach in 2004 after a recommendation by Mourinho's assistant and future Premier League manager Steve Clarke.
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25. Brendan Rodgers was born in the seaside village of Carnlough in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
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