Leicester City’s aspirations can’t extend to bringing in Frank Lampard to replace Brendan Rodgers

This season arguably hasn’t gone as well as Brendan Rodgers and Leicester City might have liked. With 12 games played, the Foxes are down in 12th, and are just four points above the bottom four. Consistent paper talk linking Brendan Rodgers with the Manchester United managerial position, including from BBC Sport, can’t have helped matters, … Continue reading Leicester City’s aspirations can’t extend to bringing in Frank Lampard to replace Brendan Rodgers