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World News – GB – Brendan Rodgers admits international exile has benefited Jamie Vardy

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has praised striker Jamie Vardy and considers his release from international duties with England a key reason for h

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers admitted that Jamie Vardy’s continued good form is likely due to his decision to retire in England

The Foxes’ talisman has been crucial for their squad’s eye-catching start to the season, with Leicester taking second in the Premier League after winning five of their opening seven league games, also overtaking their Europa League group with a record of 100% until then

Vardy took a step back from his international duties after the 2018 World Cup but showed no signs of slowing down in the Premier League He won the Golden Boot 2019/20 and has already found the bottom nets eight times in all competitions this season

He was on the scoresheet in Leicester’s 4-1 beat against Leeds United on Monday, and Rodgers admitted his blistering form may have something to do with not joining Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions

« This is an important point », said Rodgers, quoted by MailOnline Sport « You have to manage this freshness He brings such dimension to our team

«  » He knows where he is in his career. He manages his time to rest and recover, as a top professional would « 

Rodgers recently claimed that Vardy is not getting the credit he deserves for his performances, highlighting the Englishman’s desire and thirst to continue producing quality performances even as he heads into twilight of her career

Vardy has been instrumental in Leicester’s success of the day away in the Premier League so far this season, scoring a hat-trick in the 5-2 demolition of Manchester City, the only goal of the game at Arsenal and Marcelo’s recent strike The impressive Leeds of Bielsa

With quality service from Youri Tielemans, James Maddison and Harvey Barnes, it’s easy to see why the 33-year-old has the opportunity to strike on goal.But as Rodgers can attest, you need to have a bit of quality on you to finish the odds – something that Vardy clearly still has in abundance

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World news – UK – Brendan Rodgers admits international exile benefited Red-Hot Jamie Vardy


SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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