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Who is in line to replace Claudio Ranieri at Leicester City?

On 27 February, a little more than nine months after Leicester City defied the 5000-1 odds to win the Premier League,

Claudio Ranieri was sacked. (more…)

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Champions of England – The plan for the Leicester City next season

It’s unbelievable isn’t it?

A team that was given a 5000/1 chance of winning the title has just been crowned champions of England. (more…)

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Leicester and Spurs’ stories a triumph for innovation and underdogs

The two have thrilled throughout the season with their innovative, eccentric styles of play.

Can they defy the odds and win the league? (more…)

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Make no mistake, Leicester City’s title chase is real

You’d have had to be either quite brave or stupid to have tipped Leicester City to win the Premier League at the start of the season.

After all, their odds stood at 5000/1 compared to Guus Hiddink’s men, who started the campaign as 13/8 favorites. (more…)

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Leicester City: Managing expectations

Now to most people,

This could, during some of the most exciting times in the clubs’ history, look far too negative but please do bare with me. (more…)

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I’m sorry Claudio Ranieri

I am quite happy to admit when I am wrong.

And there is a certain Italian in the Leicestershire area that I feel I must apologise to. (more…)

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“Don’t worry son. It’s never boring being a Leicester City fan”

My Dad used to say, “it’s never boring being a Leicester fan” – and to him, that was perhaps true.

But for me, who spent his teenage years watching Craig Levein, Nigel Worthington and Gary Megson, life as a City supporter contradicted my Old Man’s words. (more…)

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Leicester City – The legacy of Esteban Cambiasso

‘Legend’ is a word that has become used far too frequently.

A mate who purchases a can of fizzy pop without you putting your hand in your pocket is seen as a ‘legend’. (more…)

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Thank you, Nigel Pearson

Nigel Pearson was once attacked by a pack of wild dogs whilst on a hiking trip in the Carpathian mountains.

Knowing he was in trouble, Pearson backed against a tree and waved his walking poles in vain to deter the vultures. (more…)

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East, East, East Midlands!

The return of Premier League football to the East Midlands is imminent.

Top flight football has plotted its route around the East Midlands over the past few years, with the region not having a representative since 2008, but we’ll keep that particular season quiet, eh Derby? (more…)

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Nigel Pearson: How to lose friends and alienate people

As the 8,000 or so Leicester City fans trundled disconsolately out of the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night, they will have been ruthlessly reflecting on one of the Foxes most humbling defeats in years.

Yes, it may have ‘only’ been the Capital One Cup, and yes, we may have fielded a team made up of fringe players and those coming back from injury, but the fact remains: Leicester had conceded four – at home – against League Two side Burton Albion, in a 4-2 defeat. (more…)

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