He is suggesting the title was "bought" when in fact it was a calamity from his club skipper and a ten minute spell at Selhurst when his team saw their arses fall out!
The Citizens need a point against Sam Allardyce’s West Ham United side at The Etihad to render Liverpool’s result against Newcastle United inconsequential on the final day of the season.
He says the Premier League leaders are reported to spend £200m-a-year on wages but Liverpool spent in the region of £120.
Crystal Palace give their player ten quid and a Mars bar, so where does that put Rodgers' argument?
Brendan Rodgers: “Realistically we all expect Manchester City to win – and that’s no disrespect to West Ham. Sam Allardyce has done a great job and they keep a lot of clean sheets.
“I’m sure they’ll make it really difficult.
"If we win our game and we don’t win the title, we’ll finish to the team with the highest wage bill in the history of sport.
“So that actually shows how much we’ve progressed and pushed them all the way to the end.”
Oh dear Brendon ... you're better than that!