Archive for February, 2015

Breaking The Mould – Leicester’s Thai Owners

| February 26, 2015 | Reply
Breaking The Mould – Leicester’s Thai Owners

We are now in the fifth year since Leicester’s Thai owners Vichai Raksriaksorn and his son Aiyawatt took over from Milan Mandaric and it is safe to say a lot of Leicester fans were left wondering about where the new owners could take us. Foreign owners in English football have often had a bad reputation […]

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Everton v Leicester City Match Preview

| February 22, 2015 | Reply
Everton v Leicester City Match Preview

Leicester travel to Goodison Park on Sunday, as they look to continue their quest for Premier League survival in front of the Sky camera’s as they take on Everton, who themselves seem to have picked up some form after a disappointing season. Leicester know that they need to pick up some points and fast and […]

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Aston Villa v Leicester City FA Cup Match Preview

| February 15, 2015 | Reply
Aston Villa v Leicester City FA Cup Match Preview

For both sides, this weekend’s FA Cup 5th round matchup will be welcome respite from the perils of Premier League action after a tumultuous week for the Foxes, with the non-sacking of manager Nigel Pearson after a baffling few hours on Sunday evening. For Villa, the week only got worse and culminated in the sacking […]

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Arsenal v Leicester City Match Preview

| February 10, 2015 | Reply
Arsenal v Leicester City Match Preview

Being a Leicester City fan is never dull and Sunday night produced one of the most surreal few hours ever seen at the King Power, with barely 48 hours until the team traveled to the Emirates Stadium in London to face an Arsenal side, knocking on the door in the race to earn a Champions […]

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Leicester City v Crystal Palace Match Preview

| February 7, 2015 | Reply
Leicester City v Crystal Palace Match Preview

If ever Leicester City needed three points, Saturday’s match at home to Crystal Palace, could be that match with upcoming fixtures against Arsenal, Manchester City and Everton, likely to yield little output. Battling not to be cast adrift from the other relegation candidates, a win at home against Alan Pardew’s Palace side could see the […]

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