LONDON – “Because I am a British manager, we probably got lucky.” Brendan Rodgers was reflecting sarcastically on Leicester’s 4-1 evisceration of Leeds earlier in November.
It betrayed a sense he feels deprived of the credit he deserved. A man mocked more for some of his pronouncements than his management could complete a grand slam of away wins against much-lauded imports today.
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