Starting out at Chelsea
After a spell with Reading's academy, Brendan Rodgers moved to Chelsea, where he joined José Mourinho's backroom team during a transformational period at Stamford Bridge.
Going into management
Rodgers moved to Watford as first team manager in 2008 and steered the club away from relegation in the Championship.
Watford finished in 13th place in the second tier and his talents alerted the attention of Reading.
Heading to the Madejski
Rodgers' spell at Reading was a brief one, but it wasn't long before the Northern Irishman was back in management.
Early success in Swansea
The former Chelsea coach made an immediate impact at Liberty Stadium and was named as Premier League Manager of the Month in February 2011.
The first Welsh club in the Premier League
Following a 4-2 win over former side Reading at Wembley, Swansea became the first club from Wales to reach the Premier League via the Championship Play-Offs.
Big time Swans
Not daunted by their new surroundings, the Swans adapted quickly to life in the Premier League, famously beating Arsenal over the New Year.
A solid first season
The Welsh side finished their maiden Premier League season in 11th place.
Joining 18-time champions Liverpool
Following two hugely impressive campaigns with Swansea, Rodgers headed to Anfield in the summer of 2012, replacing Kenny Dalglish.
Ready for a title challenge
Liverpool finished seventh in the top flight in Rodgers' first season, but the groundwork had been laid for the following campaign.
Flowing, attacking football
The Merseyside giants were in excellent form for most of the 2013/14 season, eventually finishing second in the Premier League.
A visit to Filbert Way
Rodgers was in charge of a Reds team which beat the Foxes 3-1 at King Power Stadium in 2014.
A surprise departure
Following a 1-1 draw with rivals Everton, Rodgers left Liverpool and would take a break for the remainder of the 2015/16 season.
Moving to Scotland
Rodgers headed to Celtic Park in the summer of 2016, where he would face the Foxes in the International Champions Cup before the new domestic season.
As well as making a brilliant start to life in Scottish football, Rodgers' spell at Celtic is remembered for some impressive European results, including a 3-3 draw with Manchester City.
The 'double treble'
In his first two seasons at Celtic, Rodgers won all three domestic honours two times in a row.
One last trophy at Celtic
Rodgers departs Glasgow after winning his third Scottish League Cup title - and his seventh trophy - with the club over the winter period.
Brendan Rodgers arrives at King Power Stadium after a hugely successful spell at Celtic.