Britain boasts managers every bit as talented as anyone from abroad, according to Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers.
British managers are just as talented and deserve greater recognition for their successes as their international peers, argues Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers.
Rodgers claims they have it harder than their continental counterparts and spoke on the merits of British bosses ahead of Sunday’s trip to the former Liverpool club.
“As an island, we produce very good coaches,” he told a media conference on Friday. “The systems in place in the last 15 years have ensured we do well in-game.”
“As British managers, we are always judged in the most difficult league in the world.”
“There was a question after the Leeds game about Bielsa, Pep and Mikel but, with all due respect, Mikel has been a manager less than one year.”
“We’ve got a load of great coaches. You just want respect for your work.”