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Leicester awarded Category One academy status

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Leicester’s academy win Category One status, the highest level under the Premier League’s Elite Player Performance Plan.

Rams brush off Ward link with Foxes – Derby Telegraph

Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Rams brush off Ward link with Foxes
Derby Telegraph
DERBY County have brushed off speculation linking striker Jamie Ward with a £750,000 move to Championship rivals Leicester City. Ward was paired with Leicester in a report in a national newspaper. ​ JamieWard. Jamie Ward. Derby say there has been 

Nigel Pearson deserves another crack of the whip – Claridge – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Nigel Pearson deserves another crack of the whip – Claridge
This is Leicestershire
It is 17 years since Leicester City last tasted play-off success when Steve Claridge’s last-gasp strike fired them back into the Premier League. His 120th-minute finish against Crystal Palace in the 1996 Wembley final secured City’s place in the top

Leicester City’s Jermaine Beckford to be a Bolton player by the weekend – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Eurosport.com AU
Leicester City’s Jermaine Beckford to be a Bolton player by the weekend
This is Leicestershire
Jermaine Beckford will be a Bolton player by the time the squad flies off to Spain for pre-season training. Bolton are still dotting the Is and crossing the Ts but confirmation of the two-year deal is expected to be announced before the weekend
Wanderers close to Beckford dealClubcall
Leicester City striker Beckford to join Bolton WanderersClick Lancashire

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Leicester City right to give Pearson another crack of the whip – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Leicester City right to give Pearson another crack of the whip
This is Leicestershire
It is 17 years since Leicester City last tasted play-off success when Steve Claridge’s last-gasp strike fired them back into the Premier League. His 120th-minute finish against Crystal Palace in the 1996 Wembley final secured City’s place in the top


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