Well, even though certain tactics earlier in the season didn’t work, it does look like he’s a quick learner... Unlike other managers we’ve had in the past, including recently...
8) Brendan Rodgers playing conservatively against the big boys
Leicester can take on anyone in the Premier League, though their potential to upset the big boys may come down to how much they really believe in their capability.
The Foxes have lost two matches this season and drawn their opening two. Their two defeats came at Anfield and Old Trafford where, with a little more self-belief, they could have salvaged at least a draw.
Against United and in their first road trip of the season at Chelsea, Brendan Rodgers has used a third central midfielder which has the knock-on effect of pushing James Maddison into a wider position. Against a Chelsea side reeling from being beaten 4-0 at Man Utd, and a United side just reeling, there was no reason to be quite so conservative.
Rodgers appears to have learned his lesson. At home to Spurs and Arsenal, there was no such conservatism.