The Celtic manager is Brendan Rodgers, now in the midst of his second spell in charge of the Scottish champions. Having won seven trophies during his first tenure between 2016 and 2019, the Irishman returned to Glasgow's east end to lead his side to last season's Scottish Premiership title and the Scottish Cup.  

During his first spell in charge, the manager won the Invincibles and Double Treble, before then winning a traditional league and cup double last season upon his return. 

Read on for all the latest Brendan Rodgers news, interviews and updates on the manager.

Latest Brendan Rodgers news

As reported by The Celtic Way, here is a selection of the latest Brendan Rodgers news stories. 


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Brendan Rodgers interview

Speaking after Celtic's entertaining 6-4 preseason victory over Queen's Park at The City Stadium in Glasgow (formerly Lesser Hampden), Brendan Rodgers addressed preseason so far as he looks forward to the club's USA Tour 2024

Brendan Rodgers age

Born in Carnlough, Northern Ireland on January 26, 1973, Brendan Rodgers is 51 years old.

Brendan Rodgers previous clubs

Brendan Rodgers has previously managed Leicester City, Celtic, Liverpool, Swansea City, Reading and Watford.

Brendan Rodgers honours

Brendan Rodgers has won multiple trophies in Scottish and English football. At Swansea City, the Irishman won the Football League Championship play-offs, securing promotion for the Welsh side.

During his first spell at Celtic, he won the Scottish Premiership League Title in two successive seasons, doing the same with the Scottish Cup, and lifting the Scottish League Cup three times in-a-row.

Upon his return, Brendan Rodgers won the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Cup during the 2023/24 campaign.  

At Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers won the FA Cup in 2021, as well as the FA Community Shield shortly after.

The Irishman has also won a series of individual awards including LMA Manager of the Year, the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year, the SFWA Manager of the Year, the Scottish Premiership Manager of the Season, and a number of Manager of the Month awards north and south of the border.