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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers 'destined' for Premier League return soon insists Danny Murphy

Daily Record Friday, 14 September 2018
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers 'destined' for Premier League return soon insists Danny MurphyFormer Liverpool star is a huge fan of the Hoops boss and doesn't believe it will be long until Rodgers returns to England's top flight.
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