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Former Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew delivers verdict on Celtic F.C manager leaving the club or Not? Answer revealed

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Mulgrew was linked with a similar job at the Bhoys Academy in the past few months while he works on his UEFA Pro Licence, but the job didn’t come through.

Still, he has recently learned more about how Celtic work. Mulgrew met with manager Brendan Rodgers at Lennoxtown as part of his UEFA course. He came away with a strong opinion of the Bhoys boss’ future.

In contrast to his short but successful first job as manager before moving for Leicester, he thinks Rodgers wants to stay in Glasgow for a long time in his second stint as manager.

Mulgrew, the 2023–24 championship winner, is settling down at the Bhoys.

Celtic, Brendan Rodgers is “really settled.”

Former Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew delivers verdict on Celtic F.C manager leaving the club or Not? Answer revealed

Charlie Mulgrew used to play defense for Celtic and could have returned to the club this summer as a coach, but he will instead continue his career as boss of Hamilton’s U18s team.

To The Herald, the former Celtic star said, “I think a lot of managers say they’re here for the long term, but really, they have one eye on going down south.”

“I don’t know what Brendan Rodgers thinks, but he seems like he wants to stay here for a long time.”

His trip took him to the south. Now that he’s back, he seems to have really settled in and wants to stay for a long time. He wants to make the club better from the youth teams up and for a long time, to compete in Europe and win.

Long-term thinking would be great at Celtic.
Rodgers is already one of the most successful Celtic managers in the club’s history. He has won nine awards in his nine years in charge.

A steady, winning stretch with him in charge could help the team reach the level of success that many people believe it is capable of.

Fans have been calling for a long-term plan for steady improvement that relies on both the development of young players and the acquisition of good players in the transfer market.

Now that he’s over the awkwardness of his return to Celtic, Rodgers will be an even bigger part of the team next season.

After taking the risk to become Celtic’s boss a second time, Rodgers seems ready to keep the promises he made in the past.







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