Top Premier League Manager Admits He Could Be Sacked After Losing Six Consecutive Defeats
- Brendan Rodgers has admitted his job at Leicester City could be on the line following his side's latest defeat
- The Foxes have been in bad shape since the start of the new season, with the side picking just a point from their seven Premier League outings
- There are suggestions Rodgers could be shown the door in the coming days after the Irishman failing to turn the tide
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has expressed fears he could be sacked following his side's latest defeat.
The Foxes have had a slow start to the new season, with the side currently bottom of the standings with just a point.
Rodgers was hoping to lead his side back to winning ways on Saturday, September 17, as they took on Tottenham at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
However, the King Power Stadium-based outfit went on to pick their sixth Premier League consecutive defeat as they were hammered 6-2.
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The defeat left Rodgers under immense pressure, with the former Liverpool boss facing the sack.
Brendan Rodgers afraid he could be feared after Tottenham defeat
The Irish tactician has now conceded that he could be shown the door at the King Power Stadium after Leicester's latest defeat.
Speaking after his side's loss, Rodgers admitted that his job is on the line, and he is now under more pressure.
"I come in every day and do my work. I totally understand the frustration of supporters. I can’t hide from that. It’s my responsibility," Rodgers said as quoted by Express UK.
"Whatever happens I’ll have a huge amount of respect for them [the owners] because they’ve given me great support. I understand the game," the tactician added.
Football fans laud Heung-min Son after impressive showing against Leicester City
Sports Brief had earlier reported that football fans came up with the same conclusion about Heung Min Son after the South Korean cameo hat trick against Leicester City on Saturday, September 17.
The 30-year-old was dropped to the bench by boss Antonio Conte, who was keen on rotating his squad for the Leicester game.
Upon his introduction on the hour mark, the South Korean, who was the Premier League joint top scorer last season, reminded fans of his quality with two trademark long-range strikes.
Source: Sports Brief News