The day has finally come for the Leicester City faithful. Brendan Rodgers has mutually agreed to step down after a four-year stint with the club. While in charge, Rodgers accomplished some things. He won the FA Cup, Community Shield, and multiple seasons of qualifying for Europe. However, the last season and a half have been underwhelming, to say the least.
The last half of the previous season was a stinker and this season has been a total disaster for the foxes. The team currently sits 19th in the Premier League with 25 points. With this relegation race being so tight between a ton of teams, we can’t afford anything to be holding us back. So what are some reasons why Rodgers had to be sacked?
Leicester City too talented for a relegation race
We are going to start with the most obvious reason of them all. This squad is simply too gifted with talented players to be stuck in a relegation battle. This team being in the championship simply should not be a conversation we’re having. Yet, here we are. Let’s just take a broad look at the squad and see all of the talented players we have.