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Claudio Ranieri tempted by Leicester City job: “I would be ready to listen to … – The Independent

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The Independent

Claudio Ranieri tempted by Leicester City job: “I would be ready to listen to
The Independent
Former Chelsea, Valencia and Internazionale manager Claudio Ranieri has thrown his hat into the ring to be the new Leicester City boss. The 63-year-old was recently relieved of his duties in charge of Greece the day after a Euro 2016 qualifying defeat
Betting: Punters back Hiddink for vacant Leicester City jobGoal.com
Leicester City want a big-name managerLeicester Mercury
Ranieri: I would be open to becoming Leicester City managerForza Italian Football
Winner Sports –Mirror.co.uk –The Guardian
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Leicester City return to work as pre-season training begins – Leicester Mercury

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Leicester MercuryLeicester City return to work as pre-season training beginsLeicester MercuryDavid Nugent joins his City team-mates back for pre-season training. Picture courtesy of Plumb Images. VIEW GALLERY. Leicester City return to work as pre-seaso…

New Leicester City man Okazaki vows to fight through the uncertainty of … – Leicester Mercury

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

New Leicester City man Okazaki vows to fight through the uncertainty of
Leicester Mercury
The 29-year-old joined City in a £7 million deal from Bundesliga side Maniz just five days before Pearson was relieved of his duties by City. He was the third new arrival of the summer as Pearson was strengthening his squad ahead of the new campaign, …

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Betting: Punters back Hiddink for vacant Leicester City job – Goal.com

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Goal.com

Betting: Punters back Hiddink for vacant Leicester City job
Goal.com
It’s been a week since Nigel Pearson and Leicester City parted company but it seems the Midlands club are no closer to appointing a successor. There has been plenty of action in the next manager market with Paddy Power though, and Guus Hiddink …
Leicester City want a big-name managerLeicester Mercury
Neil Lennon emerges as early frontrunner for Leicester City managerThe Guardian
Leicester City news: Guus Hiddink emerges as a shock contender for the vacant Metro
VAVEL.com –Daily Mail –The Independent
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Leicester City rumours: Jurgen Klopp would welcome Premier League call – Leicester Mercury

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City rumours: Jurgen Klopp would welcome Premier League call
Leicester Mercury
Jurgen Klopp has sparked speculation he could become a Leicester City candidate for the manager’s hot-seat by stating his next job could be in the Premier Leicester. The former Borussia Dortmund manager, who topped a Mercury poll of who City fans …

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Muzzy Izzet backs Neil Lennon for Leicester City job – Sports Mole

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Sports Mole

Muzzy Izzet backs Neil Lennon for Leicester City job
Sports Mole
Ex-Leicester City midfielder Muzzy Izzet believes that former Foxes teammate Neil Lennon should become the club’s next manager. By Steven Toplis, Reporter Filed: Monday, July 6, 2015 at 11:30 UK. Last Updated: Monday, July 6, 2015 at 17:24 UK.
Foxes old boy stakes Lennon’s claimEatSleepSport

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Leicester City want a big-name manager – Leicester Mercury

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City want a big-name manager
Leicester Mercury
Former City midfielder Neil Lennon was immediately installed as the favourite to succeed Nigel Pearson as City boss, but the Mercury understands the club’s Thai owners are looking for a big-name manager, a boss with a higher international profile
Betting: Punters back Hiddink for vacant Leicester City jobGoal.com
Leicester City boss sacked after blasting chiefs for sacking his racist orgy Mirror.co.uk
Neil Lennon emerges as early frontrunner for Leicester City managerThe Guardian
Metro –Daily Mail –The Independent
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Transfer news: Leicester City in bidding war for QPR’s Charlie Austin – Leicester Mercury

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Leicester Mercury

Transfer news: Leicester City in bidding war for QPR’s Charlie Austin
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City face a bidding war to land transfer target Charlie Austin with a host of clubs also chasing the QPR striker. Austin has been expected to leave Loftus Road ever since Rangers were relegated from the Premier League having scored 18 goals
QPR turn down £12m bid from Leicester City for Charlie AustinThe Guardian
Leicester City have bid £12m bid for Charlie Austin rejected by Queens Park Daily Mail
Leicester City transfer news: QPR reject £12m bid from Foxes for Charlie AustinMetro
Western Morning News –Sports Mole –EatSleepSport
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