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Leicester City boss sacked after blasting chiefs for axing his racist orgy … – Mirror.co.uk

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

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Leicester City boss sacked after blasting chiefs for axing his racist orgy
Mirror.co.uk
Premier League manager Nigel Pearson was sacked after blasting club chiefs for giving his racist orgy video son the boot. The Leicester City boss claimed defender James’s biggest mistake was letting footage of him and two other players with Thai

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Leicester City: Three sensational transfers that nearly happened – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City: Three sensational transfers that nearly happened
Leicester Mercury
World class players have rarely been signed by City but on three occasions the club has come close to bringing in their own ‘galactico’. Here are three transfers to City that nearly happened but just fell short.

Guus Hiddink backed at bookies to become Leicester City’s new boss – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

Guus Hiddink backed at bookies to become Leicester City’s new boss
Leicester Mercury
The odds on Guus Hiddink becoming the next manager of Leicester City have been slashed by the bookmakers. The 68-year-old Dutchman, who is believed to be the subject of an approach by City, is now odds-on with several of the major bookmakers to …
Leicester City news: Guus Hiddink emerges as a shock contender for the vacant Metro
Neil Lennon emerges as early frontrunner for Leicester City managerThe Guardian
Leicester City make audacious move for Guus Hiddink after sacking Nigel PearsonThe Independent
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Tim Flowers interview: Leicester City was a good club from top to bottom – Leicester Mercury

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

Tim Flowers interview: Leicester City was a good club from top to bottom
Leicester Mercury
He had played for England, become the most expensive goalkeeper in English football when he moved to Blackburn for £2.4 million in 1993 and in his second season at Ewood Park he lifted the Premier League trophy. But, in 1999, he was out of the Rovers …


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