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Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers chooses his best team of the season

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Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has chosen his team of the season. Spoiler alert: It’s not Manchester City or Liverpool.

Leicester City have had a difficult time this season. They have been poor compared to their past seasons. They have always been a team that challenged the bigger teams in the club and finishes somewhere in the top 6. However, they have been unable to do so this season besides a couple of games against Manchester United. Leicester will be hoping for a win in the final gameday and the end of the season on a high.

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Brendan Rodgers has chosen his best team of the season in a recent interview.

 “I would go as far as to say Chelsea are the best team we have played this season. When we played them early on in the season, they were at the top of their game. I thought they were outstanding. Not long after that moment, they lost some players.

I’ve said it before, even with squads like Chelsea‚Äôs you need your top players available. Over the course of the time, they have had players out, key players who make the systems function to the highest level. What I do know is they’ve got an outstanding manager who has done a fantastic job since he’s been there. They’ve got a group of really good players, top, top talents.”

Chelsea was expected to be title challengers and give competition to the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool. However, they bowed out of the challenge early on and have settled for a Top 4 place and are the third team to confirm Champions League qualification. Chelsea have had a rough time in other competitions as they lost to Real Madrid in the Champions Quarterfinals and lost the FA cup finals to Liverpool on penalties 6-5. They are going to end the season without any silverware and they will be hoping to change their fortunes next season.

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