Brendan Rodgers has accumulated a huge amount of records since his tenure started at Paradise. The important records are all backed up by trophies, seven domestic trophies in a row in fact.
With each passing week, new achievements bloom for the Celtic boss. If memory serves correct (highly unlikely) I remember Martin O Neills run of 25 straight wins. I remember it because of the amount of coverage he got. Something I don’t feel O’Neill’s fellow Irishman gets. The media in Scotland are too busy trying to create a title race when they should be falling over themselves to prop Rodgers up. Not that he needs them.
Brendan Rodgers is now in his 3rd season at Celtic, it might not be his best season to date but his home record is phenomenal. His home record for Saturday football is untouchable. The Irishman has stood in the Celtic park dugout 32 times on a Saturday. He has won 28 of those games and drawn four. He’s never lost a game on a Saturday.
Celtic will take on Hamilton tomorrow and look to keep the winning start they have had in 2019 in full flow. New signings Oliver Burke and Timothy Weah have hit the ground running with 2 goals each in their last two games.
Two of Celtic’s closest “challengers” will face off tomorrow in the shape of Aberdeen and Kilmarnock. Another Saturday win for Rodgers could see the start of a gap in the league table.