Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Carragher warns Leicester boss Rodgers: You won't want such a reputation

Carragher warns Leicester boss Rodgers: You won't want such a reputation

Silva continues to come under increasing pressure after suffering another defeat on Sunday evening to Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City. It is a huge challenge here to break into the top six. I've been so happy to come into here to work with the players. We've got work to do but I'm excited.

"I think for me in this moment we've had a brilliant win today". I'm at a great club. The project feels very exciting with a lot of development ahead.

"Yeah, very much so", he told BBC Radio 5Live.

Rodgers suggested the contractual clause that enables him to leave under certain conditions is a common arrangement.

"There probably is [a clause] in most manager's contracts. Me, I'm just concentrating on Leicester".

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Rodgers said he was not bothered by suggestions that Arsenal could try to lure him away.

"[The speculation] doesn't annoy me". I don't think so much about it. "As a coach or a manager you need time to evolve it".

Download the Score Centre app for iOS devices orAndroid, select "Notifications" from the "More" section in the app main menu, then toggle on for "Goals" to get alerts straight to your phone. "Me, I'm just concentrating on Leicester".

The Gunners are looking at a number of different candidates, including Mikel Arteta and Massimiliano Allegri, and it is thought that Rodgers' name is close to the top of their wish list, thanks to his fantastic showings with Leicester. It means they remain eight points behind leaders Liverpool and three clear of Manchester City in the table.

The Nigeria global, who has struggled in his spell with Leicester thus far, made an instant impression, crossing for Jamie Vardy to tap home the equaliser. Rodgers, who took Liverpool to the brink of the title in 2013-14, praised his side's mentality. But nor is he ruling it out. We want to continue with that. I said after the Norwich game you have to show it with actions and they showed that.

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