Leicester City Manager, Brendan Rodgers have reacted and given a response to the reason why he is yet to play All Leicester City Attacking trio at the same time this season. 

The FA Cup winning Manager has a lot of Attacking options to call on to with the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho, Jamie Vardy, Patson Daka and Harvey Barnes at his Disposal. The Manager also Added Nigeria's Ademola Lookman to his attacking prowess on Deadline day of the Summer Transfer Window in August.

Leicester City have played 3 League games this season with Jamie Vardy Leading the Line as a lone Striker. The Duo of Patson Daka who was recently signed from Salzburg and Kelechi Iheanacho hasn't Enjoyed enough playing time this Season. Patson Daka have only enjoyed one Appearance in the League this season, Coming off the Bench in Leceister City's Humiliating 4-1 loss at WestHam in Matchweek 2 of the Premier League Season. 

Kelechi Iheanacho on the other hand has appeared as a sub in all of his 4 Appearances in all Competition this season. The Nigerian Striker came off the Bench to Fire Leicester City to  the community shield Title, scoring from the Penalty Spot. He has appeared as a substitute in all of Leceister City's League games this season.

This decision of Bringing Kelechi Iheanacho off the bench Despite his exploit for Leicester City last season hasn't gone down well with a lot of people especially with the Fans who were absolutely furious after the team's 4-1 loss away at WestHam with both Iheanacho and Daka making their appearances off the Bench.

Reacting to the possibility of all three Strikers playing together this season, Brendan Rodgers via Leicestershire Live has made it clear that it wouldn't be easy Fielding all three men at the same Time while also commenting on the Importance of having a player who can make an Instant impact off the bench.

“We’ve got lots of good players but you have to find the right balance in the team,” Rodgers said.

“This season has only just started, we had the Wembley game and Kels came into that and made a great impact. The Wolves game we won, and the other night (against West Ham) he came into the game.

“This is a long, long season, and we’ll need all the players. Kels knows his importance but it’s not easy when you’ve got a number of good attacking players.

“It’s not just about the team that’s starting, you’re always thinking about the team that can give that impact off the bench as well

“And when we have that availability, that’s always something that gives you great comfort as a manager. Whether he starts or whether he comes off the bench, we know he can make an impact.”

Leicester City welcomes defending Champions, Manchester City in Matchweek 4 of the Premier League season on Saturday 11th of September, 2021.