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Alan Rodgers

Welcome to Alan Rodgers' profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Alan is mentioned. For more news about other Leicester City playees click here.

Date of Birth: 03/01/1977
Place of Birth: Liverpool
Nationality: English
Height: 5.10 (1.75 m)
Weight: 11.08 (73.5 Kg)
Club: Leicester City
 Internet Stories: 4307 articles
- 21/11/2014
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Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool cannot bring forward signing of Divock Origi to January window - 21/11/2014
Brendan Rodgers admits Reds cannot expedite move to bolster depleted striking options because Lille have an agreement that the Belgium centre-forward stays at Stade Pierre-Mauroy for entire 2014-15 season. telegraph.feedsportal.com
- 12/11/2014
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Latest Stories:

Eni Aluko: England and Chelsea Ladies forward, lawyer, role model and Match of the Day pundit
Interview: To Kill A Mockingbird has had an enormously positive influence on the Chelsea Ladies striker who wants to create a legacy to inspire people, she tells Henry Winter. [More]

Vincent Tan appalled by Wigan owner Dave Whelan - 'this is a racist chairman hiring a racist manager'
Cardiff City owner Tan reacts angrily to Wigan counterpart Dave Whelan's comments about Jewish and Chinese people when defending Malky Mackay [More]

Premier League returns, but is after the international break a good time to play the 'big boys'?
The likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have history of struggling after an international break - we look at the recent record of the league's most successful sides [More]

Jurgen Klopp: England is the only other country I would want to coach in if I left Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund coach admits that England is the only other country in which he would work and that he would happily talk with interested clubs [More]

Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers unfazed by Selhurst Park return
Brendan Rodgers discusses Daniel Sturridge's injury woes and rubbishes rumours of Divock Origi coming to the the Premier League in January [More]

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Latest Stories:

Jose Mourinho: Diego Costa has fully recovered and Petr Cech is going nowhere
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho confirms that striker Diego Costa has fully recovered and rubbishes rumours linking keeper Petr Cech to a number of other clubs [More]

Olivier Giroud: Danny Welbeck has done well at Arsenal but I am not worried about my place
Exclusive: As striker nears his comeback against Man Utd, he insists the signing of Welbeck had not made him fear for his spot [More]

Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool cannot bring forward signing of Divock Origi to January window
Reds cannot expedite move to bolster depleted striking options because Lille have an agreement striker stays for entire season [More]

It is time for the real David Moyes to stand up in Spain - the Everton version, not the Manchester United failure
Mark Ogden: There are two versions of Moyes - the Everton version, and United - and the key to any success at Real Sociedad will be which one sits in the dug-out against Deportivo [More]

Danny Welbeck should use Louis van Gaal's criticism as motivation, say Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger
Former Manchester United striker faces old club on Saturday with Arsenal manager saying he should use Van Gaal's comments as extra motivation [More]

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Latest Stories:

Diego Costa's injury problems are in the past, says Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho
Spain striker has struggled with injury since moving to the Premier League but the Chelsea manager says his hamstring problems are in the past [More]

How Arsenal and Manchester United have become irrelevant to Premier League title race
Graphic: How Arsenal and Manchester United were cut adrift in the Premier League title race [More]

Gareth Bale photoshoot: behind the scenes
The Telegraph Magazine recently went to Madrid to meet Real Madrid and Wales superstar Gareth Bale. Here's an exclusive look behind the scenes. [More]

Gareth Bale: 'Without Real Madrid, it would have been very, very difficult to have ever left Spurs'
He is one of the brightest stars in the Real Madrid galaxy, but off the pitch Gareth Bale has his feet firmly on the ground. Now happily settled in Spain, he tells the Telegraph that he has everything he could wish for - except, perhaps, for a local branch of Nando's [More]

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits 'I did try to sign Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique from Barcelona'
Arsene Wenger moved for Lionel Messi, Gerard Pique and Cesc Fabregas while they were at Barca's academy, and Argentine's family held Arsenal talks [More]

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Latest Stories:

Arsenal v Manchester United: Danny Welbeck, Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott all injury doubts
Olivier Giroud is available for selection for the first time in three months but Arsene Wenger has fitness concerns over his other three strikers after the international break [More]

How Arsenal v Manchester United lost its edge
Jonathan Liew: After over 20 years of pitched battles the antipathy between these sides has all but disappearared. But why has one of English football's biggest rivalries gone cold? [More]

10 incontrovertible truths every Sunday league footballer knows
From urine-soaked bushes to cheating linesman and mouldy, mismatched kits, there's a lot to be said for the beautiful game's ugly sister [More]

Celtic captain Scott Brown signs new contract
Scott Brown signs new contract with the Scottish champions that will commit him to the club until the summer of 2018, the club have announced [More]

Wigan owner Dave Whelan apologises for anti-semitic remarks, saying he has' hundreds of Jewish friends'
After saying 'Jewish people chase money' and syaing 'chink was an acceptable term for Chinese people, Wigan chairman apologises for any offence caused [More]

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