Ndidi, Iheanacho, and others await the chopper at the end of the season
By Ed Emeanua
The long awaited purge at struggling Premier League side Leicester City FC began today with the club’s release of Manager Brendan Rodgers by “mutual agreement,” as Wilfred Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanacho and other stars of the outfit await their fate.
Assistant Manager Chris Davies and First Team Fitness Coach Glen Driscoll are also affected by the purge, with the Club wishing all the affected former staffers the best in their future careers.
Interestingly, it was Rodgers who advised the Club to put on hold talks with players whose contracts are up for renegotiation until the Club’s relegation battle is determined and not to sign certain players should Leicester City FC fail to maintain its Premiership status at the end of the season.
Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi and attacker Kelechi Iheanacho are among other Leicester Stars in Rodgers’ list to the Club that should be sacked should the side be relegated.
Below is the detailed press communication on Rodgers’ release by the Leicester FC.
LCFC Statement – Brendan Rodgers