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Leicester City face competition for Lewis Holtby signature – GiveMeSport

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Squawka Football NewsLeicester City face competition for Lewis Holtby signatureGiveMeSportLeicester City face stiff competition to land Tottenham star Lewis Holtby on loan as the player has a number of options, reports the croydonadvertiser. The 23-yea…

Leicester City fanzone: Have we got a bargain in Leonardo Ulloa? – Leicester Mercury

Friday, July 25th, 2014

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Leicester City fanzone: Have we got a bargain in Leonardo Ulloa?
Leicester Mercury
Leonardo Ulloa becomes our most expensive player ever, and our Nige was chasing him for quite some time before Brighton finally gave in to his offer, so he must really believe in the lad. It’s reported that we’ve paid £8million, rising to £10m with add
Leicester City in hunt for MaloudaHinckley Times

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Team spirit can keep us in Premier League, says Leicester City midfielder – Leicester Mercury

Friday, July 25th, 2014

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Team spirit can keep us in Premier League, says Leicester City midfielder
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City team spirit will be the key to survival in the Premier League, believes midfielder Matty James. A close bond among the players has emerged over the last couple of years. Manager Nigel Pearson has said that was a big factor in City’s …

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Leicester City in bidding war for Watford’s Troy Deeney – Leicester Mercury

Friday, July 25th, 2014

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Leicester City in bidding war for Watford’s Troy Deeney
Leicester Mercury
City have had two bids rejected by the Hornets for Deeney, the second believed to be £7.5million. After failing to agree personal terms with Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell, City have targeted Deeney as the man they want to further bolster their

Football: Leicester City under-21s up against old boy’s Corby side – Leicester Mercury

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Football: Leicester City under-21s up against old boy’s Corby side
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City’s first team may be nearly 6,000 miles away in Bangkok this weekend but fans can still cheer on some of the future stars this weekend as the under-21s take on Corby Town tomorrow. Corby are managed by former City striker Tommy Wright


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