TV personality Eamonn Holmes has described Celtic managers Brendan Rodgers’ time in charge of Liverpool as a ‘blemish on his soul’ and insists that because of his time at Anfield, Rodgers can never manage Manchester United.
Belfast-born This Morning (ITV) host Eamonn is an avid Man United fan and counts former manager Sir Alex Ferguson among his close friends.
Brendan and Eamonn are Northern Ireland Hospice Ambassadors and the pair will team up at Belfast’s Waterfront Hall on November 1 to launch the Celtic boss’ new book at An Evening With Brendan Rodgers.
Northern Ireland Hospice asked Eamonn if the record-breaking Celtic manager Rogers – who managed United rivals Liverpool – could ever take charge at Old Trafford.
It took Eamonn just 33 seconds to offer his hilarious view on the possibility that Rodgers could one day work at Old Trafford
‘An Evening with Brendan Rodgers’ is a special event to celebrate the launch of the Celtic Manager’s Official Autobiography – The Road to Paradise.
Eamonn Holmes will host this intimate event with Brendan Rodgers taking centre stage to talk about his book, his life as a boy growing up in Northern Ireland and his road to becoming the treble-winning manager of Celtic Football Club.
It’s an evening not to be missed!
Proceeds from sales of The Road to Paradise will be donated to Northern Ireland Hospice and NI Children’s Hospice.