The Hoops manager is just a day away from one of his biggest matches as a boss, as he welcomes Mark Warburton’s side to Parkhead in the Scottish Premiership.
It will come with its own unique pressures, including an expectant fan base keen to see their team lay down a marker for the season against one of their biggest rivals.
Night at the theatre
But it doesn’t appear to be showing for Rodgers as he headed to the Pavilion last night to see Celtic – The Musical.
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— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) September 8, 2016
That’s one way to prepare for a huge game against Rangers.
Rodgers will be hoping his men can produce a positive performance and result to potentially move them four points clear of Rangers in the Premiership table.
They go into the game with a 100% record, but Rangers showed last season that they can be a big threat and Warburton’s side will be confident they come away from Parkhead with a win to kickstart their campaign.
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