LONDON – Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers spoke on Thursday of his family’s “horrendous” ordeal after their home in Scotland was broken into while they were sleeping.
Police were called to the property near Glasgow in the early hours of Wednesday.
His wife and stepdaughter, Charlotte and Lola, were in the house and a number of items were stolen, but nobody was injured.
Rodgers, 46, left Parkhead last week to take over at former Premier League champions Leicester, sparking anger among some Celtic fans.
“For the girls to have someone come into the room, it’s horrendous really,” Rodgers said at his pre-match press conference.