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Leicester City star Robbie Savage backs parents’ cancer campaign – Leicester Mercury

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City star Robbie Savage backs parents’ cancer campaign
Leicester Mercury
Former Leicester City star Robbie Savage is backing a family’s campaign to increase funding into the research of rare forms of cancer. The 39-year-old is supporting the petition started by the family of Eddy Parry who had to have his leg amputated

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Inside football: Can Leicester City’s bolstered squad stay afloat in Premier … – Leicester Mercury

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Leicester Mercury

Inside football: Can Leicester City’s bolstered squad stay afloat in Premier
Leicester Mercury
Now the transfer window has closed after a long summer, the question is no longer who should Leicester City sign and where should they strengthen. The debate now is, have City done enough to give them a good chance to stay afloat in the top flight?

Manchester United pair can make big impression at Leicester City – Leicester Mercury

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Leicester Mercury

Manchester United pair can make big impression at Leicester City
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City may have failed to land the high-profile signing of Jermain Defoe, but they did complete some interesting business on transfer window night. City’s close association with Manchester United once again bore fruit as exciting attacking
Manchester United and Wales star Tom Lawrence moves to Leicester City for WalesOnline
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Demolition plans for Leicester City Council’s former headquarters – BBC News

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

BBC News

Demolition plans for Leicester City Council’s former headquarters
BBC News
Leicester City Council’s former headquarters will be demolished using a “controlled collapse”, it has been confirmed. The two tower blocks on New Walk, which were closed after being ruled unsafe, will be brought down in the new year. It follows a 10
Leicester City Council’s former New Walk Centre HQ to come down in “controlled Leicester Mercury

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