Category Archives: Leicester City

Should Newcastle re-sign this former fan favourite?

  Newcastle United have had a mixed return to the top flight this season following their promotion from the Championship. The Magpies are long away from their European days with players such as Alan Shearer and Michael Owen. This season Newcastle have found life difficult with limited investment from controversial billionaire owner Mike Ashley.   Rafael Benitez has made no

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Get Out, Ya Bard

Craig Shakespeare has been sacked by Leicester City. The Foxes are currently in the relegation zone after last night’s 1-1 draw at home to West Brom, leaving Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha thinking “To sack or not to sack, that is the question.” Shakespeare took over last February after the controversial sacking of Claudio Ranieri, with many saying he was stabbed in

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Is football for the fans anymore?

It’s been a crazy summer for football this year with some crazy numbers coming from the amount that clubs have spent with Neymar and Mbappe etc. The money from the new Premier League television rights deal is well and truly coming to fruition with Premier League spending and revenues on the up. Even in the Championship spending has increased with

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Match Preview: Leicester City v Chelsea

Champions Chelsea take a trip to the home of their predecessors this weekend in a game full of interesting sub plots.   Chelsea sit 6th in the table following their 2-0 victory over Everton before the international break. Question marks surrounded the west London club at the start of the campaign following an off season full of dressing room discontent

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Should Leicester City sign this free agent?

Leicester City have made a poor start to the current 2017/18 Premier League season having won just one of their opening three games with the other two coming in as losses.   With this in mind and the fact that the transfer window has slammed shut should Craig Shakespeare go after a free agent to bolster the defence of his

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