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Brendan Rodgers hails Celtic for the 3 things managers crave as emotional boss sees greatest dream come true

Emotional Brendan Rodgers led Celtic to a third successive title at Rugby Park and then admitted his greatest ever dreams have just come true.

The rampant champions wrapped up the defence of their top flight crown with a spectacular five goal thrashing of Kilmarnock to cross the finishing line with a game to spare. And afterwards, a teary eyed Rodgers, claimed he’s been imagining what it would feel like to win another Scottish championship since leaving the club for Leicester City five years ago. Rodgers said: “I would have been dreaming of that moment when I was away and hoping it would happen again. Now that it has, it’s a really good feeling.”

The away support chanted the Northern Irishman’s name at various times throughout this whopping 5-0 win and Rodgers took a bow in front of them as his players celebrated their latest league triumph. That moment marked a major turn around in a relationship which started off badly when Rodgers was appointed as Ange Postecoglou’s replacement last summer, having been accused of abandoning the club first time around.

He said: “It felt really good. It was about the team and the support staff. There was so much in the first six months. It felt a bit awkward for everyone. There were lots of challenges from a management perspective, tedious stuff that took place. I’ve not had that before in my career.

“The challenge was that the voice of the team was right no matter the negativity. We stay on point, keep our focus and preparation knowing the players would get to a level and intensity to which my teams normally play and as if by magic that’s how it’s ended up, That spirit in the team was key. You have to have that.”

And Rodgers was blown away by the standard of his side’s performance as