Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and ex-wife agree divorce settlement

Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and his wife have come to a divorce settlement following a dispute over money.


Posted Tuesday, December 08, 2015 by Express.co.uk

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and ex-wife agree divorce settlement
Brendan Rodgers, who has reached a divorce settlement with his ex-wife

The pair went their separate ways last year following a 14 year marriage, which saw them have two children.

But, today, lawyers representing Susan Rodgers told Judge Martin O'Dwyer that an agreement had been reached.

The northern Irish football coach agreed a settlement with his estranged wife in the Central Family Court in London.

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and ex-wife agree divorce settlement
Susan Rodgers, Brendan's former wife

Both Mr and Mrs Rodgers were in court, but neither made any comment following the hearing.

Mr Rodgers, 42, is now in a relationship with 31-year-old Charlotte Hind, who is an ex-Anfield worker.

During the hearing, lawyers told the pair they were locked in a 'financial dispute resolution'.

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and ex-wife agree divorce settlement
The former bos of Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers

A spokesman from Vardags, who represent Ms Rodgers, said: "Susan is saddened that after a relationship spanning 24 years

she had to go to court to secure sufficient maintenance from her husband."

Sam Hall, from JMW Solicitors representing Mr Rodgers, said: "Mr Rodgers has asked that his family’s privacy be respected.

We will not be making another further comment at this time."

No details of the settlement have been revealed.

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and ex-wife agree divorce settlement
Brendan Rodgers



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