Rodgers’ week goes from dangerous to worse
New Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has had his residence in Glasgow damaged into – only one week after he left Scottish giants Celtic.
Rodgers left the Hoops final week, with the Northern Irish boss becoming a member of Leicester following Claude Puel’s sacking.
It was anticipated that Rodgers would information Celtic to a different unbelievable treble-winning season.
Nevertheless, he claimed not too long ago he was unable to show down the provide from Leicester.
As anticipated, the information didn’t go down too properly with the Celtic trustworthy.
His life in Leicester didn’t get off to the best begin both with the Foxes shedding their first sport underneath his administration towards Watford final Sunday.
Now, to make issues worse, his residence in Glasgow has now been damaged into.
Police assertion confirms housebreaking
Based on a report by the BBC, Police had been known as to the property in East Dunbartonshire within the very early hours of Wednesday.
Police confirmed that there was nobody injured in the course of the break-in.
Nevertheless, there have been a variety of objects stolen from Rodgers’ home.
‘At round 1.55am on Wednesday, March 6 police acquired experiences of a break-in at a property in Drymen Street, Bearsden,’ a police spokeswoman defined to the BBC.
‘No-one was injured however a variety of objects had been stolen from the property.
‘An investigation is underway and enquiries are ongoing.’
In a separate report from Sky Sports activities, it’s stated Rodgers’ spouse and step-daughter had been ‘pressured to barricade themselves in a toilet’ in the course of the break-in.
Brendan Rodgers opens up on controversial Celtic exit
After receiving criticism for his Celtic exit, Brendan Rodgers has moved to clarify his transfer to Leicester.
Click on right here to see what he needed to say.