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Tom Hopper commits to Leicester City with two-year contract – Sports Mole

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Tom Hopper commits to Leicester City with two-year contractSports MoleYoung Leicester City striker Tom Hopper signs a new two-year contract with the Foxes. By Pascal Lemesre, Championship Correspondent Filed: Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 13:32 UK. Last Up…

Hull City and ex Leicester City striker Matty Fryatt reportedly a target for … – Scunthorpe Telegraph

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Scunthorpe Telegraph

Hull City and ex Leicester City striker Matty Fryatt reportedly a target for
Scunthorpe Telegraph
Fryatt hasn’t been a regular for Hull City this season, but he did feature prominently in their Fa Cup run. Whether or not he would wish to drop from the Premier League to League One is not known, and with the Tigers looking forward to their first

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Boston’s young Leicester City star signs new two-year deal for Premier League … – Boston Standard

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Boston Standard

Boston’s young Leicester City star signs new two-year deal for Premier League
Boston Standard
Boston-born striker Tom Hopper has signed a contract to keep him at Premier League new boys Leicester City until 2016. Last season was a breakthrough year for the talented 20-year-old, whose parents runs Hoppers jewellers in Boston Market Place.

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Tony Cottee confident Leicester City won’t fall into the same trap again – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Tony Cottee confident Leicester City won’t fall into the same trap again
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City must make sure they learn from their free-spending mistakes of the past when building for the Premier League. That is the warning from former striker and now television pundit Tony Cottee. Recruitment is already under way at the King

Opposition anger at cut in number of Leicester City Council meetings – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Leicester Mercury

Opposition anger at cut in number of Leicester City Council meetings
Leicester Mercury
Opposition members are furious at a reduction in the number of Leicester City Council meetings scheduled for next year. Councillors from the authority’s ruling Labour group have voted through a schedule of four full council meetings for the next 12

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Staff injury claims cost Leicester City Council £2m – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Staff injury claims cost Leicester City Council £2m
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City Council leader Sir Peter Soulsby said: “It has been clear that the amount paid to the lawyers is way, way out of proportion.” Comments (6). Compensation claims from injured staff members have cost Leicester City Council nearly £2 million

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Striker Matty Fryatt set for Leicester City comeback? – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Leicester Mercury

Striker Matty Fryatt set for Leicester City comeback?
Leicester Mercury
Nigel Pearson is interested in bringing former Leicester City striker Matty Fryatt back to the club. City are understood to be one of six teams interested in signing the Hull frontman, pictured, on a free transfer when his current deal at the KC
Boston’s young Leicester City star signs new two-year deal for Premier League Boston Standard

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Local Football: Leicester City dream for Oadby starlets – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Leicester MercuryLocal Football: Leicester City dream for Oadby starletsLeicester MercuryThree youngsters from the same local team have realised their dream of signing for Leicester City. Luke Martin, Cole Harper and Pharell Ndukwa all play for Oadby O…

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