Leicester are ‘admirers’ of Brentford boss Thomas Frank and former Burnley boss Sean Dyche amid uncertainty over Brendan Rodgers’ future

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Leicester City are admirers of Thomas Frank amid uncertainty over Brendan Rodgers’ future at the club.

The Foxes boss faces scrutiny over his position at King Power Stadium after a torrid start to the season.

Thomas Frank is seen as a potential option to replace Brendan Rodgers under pressure

Leicester boss feels the pressure after another poor result

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Leicester boss feels the pressure after another poor result

According to information from the Telegraph, the Brentford boss is considered a potential replacement.

Frank has done a tremendous job since taking over from Dean Smith as Bees head coach, promoting the club and establishing them as a rising Premier League side.

Given his work with Brentford, it’s no surprise his services are drawing admiring glances, but it’s claimed it’s unclear if the Foxes could convince him to leave his current position.

Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche is another name that could come into the picture should Leicester seek a new manager.

Things look bleak for Rodgers at the moment with Leicester bottom of the Premier League following their 6-2 loss to Tottenham on Saturday night.

Speaking after the match, Rodgers sounded optimistic about his future.


Dyche is another admired name in Leicester

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Dyche is another admired name in Leicester

It remains to be seen if Rodgers will keep his job at King Power Stadium

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It remains to be seen if Rodgers will keep his job at King Power Stadium

Discussing his position, Rodgers said: “I come every day and do my job and you can see the players playing with confidence, but you have to win games.

“I completely understand the frustrations of the supporters and therefore I cannot hide it. [the pressure]it’s my responsibility with the scores.

“No matter what, I will have enormous respect for them. [the owners] because they have supported me a lot since I have been here.

“I understand the game, I understand football. Today I didn’t think the score reflected the game, but the main thing is that we suffered a heavy defeat and we should be better.

“For me, they give me brilliant support and no matter what, whether I stay or keep fighting, I will always respect them.”



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