Brendan Rodgers believes Leicester's Premier League title-winning season has 'made the impossible possible' with Kilmarnock top of the Scottish Premiership.
Brendan Rodgers believes Leicester’s Premier League title-winning season has ‘made the impossible possible’ with Kilmarnock top of the Scottish Premiership.
Brendan Rodgers says Kilmarnock can take inspiration from Leicester’s Premier League title-winning season as they look to push his Celtic side for the Scottish Premiership crown.
The last time Scotland’s top-flight league was won by a team other than Celtic or Rangers was in 1984-85, by Aberdeen, but Steve Clarke’s Kilmarnock lead the Glasgow giants by one point.
Celtic, who drew 1-1 against Motherwell in midweek to miss out returning to the top of the table, host Kilmarnock at Celtic Park on Saturday and have two games in hand on Clarke’s men but Rodgers isn’t surprised to see his opponents doing well.