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Leicester City announce squad numbers for 2013-14 season – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Leicester City announce squad numbers for 2013-14 season
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Matty James has taken the No.8 shirt for the campaign, with Neil Danns switching to No.16. ​. New signing Zoumana Bakayogo has been given the No.21 shirt. Leicester City Squad Numbers 2013-14: 1 Kasper Schmeichel. 2 Ritchie De Laet.

Don’t expect many more ins and outs at Leicester City – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

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Don’t expect many more ins and outs at Leicester City
This is Leicestershire
Nigel Pearson says he does not foresee too many more changes to his Leicester City squad before the start of the new season. City have so far moved on Jermaine Beckford and Richie Wellens, and recruited left-back Zoumana Bakayogo on a free transfer. ​.
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York City striker Richard Cresswell challenges Leicester ‘keeper Conrad Logan – The Press, York

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

The Press, York
York City striker Richard Cresswell challenges Leicester ‘keeper Conrad Logan
The Press, York
YORK CITY fashioned their third straight draw against Championship opposition following a 0-0 stalemate with Leicester City at Bootham Crescent. Nigel Worthington’s men failed to seriously test Conrad Logan in the Foxes’ net until the last minute but
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Lacklustre Leicester City fail to live up to goal threat at York – This is Leicestershire

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

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Lacklustre Leicester City fail to live up to goal threat at York
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Leicester City were held to a goalless draw at York last night as they continued their pre-season preparations at Bootham Crescent. Having split his squad in two, this was the second City fixture in two days as Nigel Pearson’s men looked to pick up the


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