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Leicester City set to join Carlisle Utd in bid to sign Barrow’s Andy Bond – Times & Star

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Times & Star
Leicester City set to join Carlisle Utd in bid to sign Barrow's Andy Bond
Times & Star
Championship side Leicester City are poised to muscle in on Carlisle United's bid to sign Barrow midfielder Andy Bond, News & Star Sport understands.

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Leicester City source rejects talk of Coventry City move for manager Nigel Pearson – Leicester Mercury

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010
Leicester City source rejects talk of Coventry City move for manager Nigel Pearson
Leicester Mercury
National newspaper reports yesterday suggested the Sky Blues would make an official approach to City this week requesting to speak to Pearson over their
Coventry City plan official approach for Leicester City boss?Coventry Telegraph
Cardiff City manager, Dave Jones, Leicester CityLeicester Mercury

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Leicester City,Martyn Waghorn,Sunderland,Niall Quinn – Leicester Mercury

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010
Leicester City,Martyn Waghorn,Sunderland,Niall Quinn
Leicester Mercury
Waghorn, who was on loan at City all season from the Black Cats, was inconsolable after missing Leicester City's fifth and decisive penalty at the Cardiff

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City striker Waghorn will learn from penalty miss, says Sunderland’s Niall Quinn

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Martyn Waghorn will be a stronger player for his play-off penalty heartbreak, Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn has said.

Waghorn, who was…

Leicester City source rejects talk of Coventry City move for manager Nigel Pearson

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson is not a target for East Midlands rivals Coventry City, the Mercury has learned.

National newspaper…

Leicester Tigers Craig Newby free to play in Guinness Premiership final

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Leicester Tigers back-row forward Craig Newby will be able to play in the Guinness Premiership final against Saracens on Saturday, May 29.


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