Leicester’s 2-1 loss at the hands of Burnley will be a tough one for fans to take considering they took the lead and Jamie Vardy missed a penalty. After the game, manager Brendan Rodgers described the match as “one of those days”, but it was clear fans weren’t pleased by his comments.
They’ve now picked up just one point from three games, and those three games have been against Burnley, Southampton and Aston Villa. That’s not top-four form, but due to Chelsea and Manchester United both losing this weekend, they’re still 11 points inside the Champions League places.
The club’s official Twitter account posted a link to Rodgers’ post-match comments written for their website. They included one quote which said: “It’s just one of those days for us. It’s easy to analyse, but now we have to go away and look to get our three points, but also a performance, on Wednesday”. Many fans then replied to the tweet to slate the remarks, claiming the team have been having too many of those days recently.
“It’s just one of those days for us. It’s easy to analyse, but now we have to go away and look to get our three points, but also a performance, on Wednesday.”
Brendan Rodgers spoke to LCFC TV following today’s defeat 👇
— Leicester City (@LCFC) January 19, 2020
You can see some of their reactions to the tweet below:
Been ‘one of those days’ for a while now….
— Chris (@Chris_LCFC1884) January 19, 2020
Been a off day for over a month. Don’t want to see a tweet unless it’s three signings.
— MichaelLCFC🦊💙🇬🇧 (@TheShinyOrange) January 19, 2020
More like Groundhog Day Brendan.
— Rob Przybylski (@bobbyp57) January 19, 2020
One of those days that seems to be happening every day?
— harry (@harry85313479) January 19, 2020
Getting to frequent these one of those days
— Pilks (@Truecarlos) January 19, 2020
The cracks are starting to appear Mr Rogers we will soon see just how good you are 😳
— Steve Oldacre (@Steve_Yetifan) January 19, 2020
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