Video: Rodgers pays tribute to Neil Lennon & backs Kennedy’s appointment

Brendan Rodgers has praised Neil Lennon after the Irishman confirmed he would be resigning from his role at the club. Rodgers, who was replaced by Lennon in February 2019, paid tribute to his friend saying that he knows that Lennon will be hurting but that he will always be a Celtic legend for what he has achieved with the team.

The Leicester City boss has also backed the appointment of John Kennedy as interim boss with Lennon resigning. Rodgers sang the praises of Kennedy, whom he worked with in his spell as manager. Kennedy elected to remain at the club as opposed to following Rodgers to Leicester and the Treble Treble winning boss said that he thinks Kennedy will stabilise things at the club.

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