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Leicester City: Hard workers and strong characters top shopping list – BBC Sport

Monday, May 9th, 2016

BBC Sport
Leicester City: Hard workers and strong characters top shopping list
BBC Sport
Leicester City’s summer transfer plans will focus on strong-minded players who work hard without the ball, says head of recruitment Steve Walsh. The club won the Premier League this season on a relatively small budget and with low possession statistics.
Leicester City TRANSFER NEWS: We won’t spend big money, says Steve WalshLeicester Mercury
Leicester City warned to behave on summer tour of ThailandThe Guardian
Have Leicester City just achieved their most important deal of the summer?HITC
International Business Times UK –GamesRadar (blog) –Telegraph.co.uk
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Champions Leicester ‘want hard workers’

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Leicester’s summer transfer plans will focus on players who work hard without the ball, says head of recruitment Steve Walsh.

Leicester City players to return to Bangkok for week-long party to celebrate Premier League win – Mirror.co.uk

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Mirror.co.uk
Leicester City players to return to Bangkok for week-long party to celebrate Premier League win
Mirror.co.uk
Footie hero Jamie Vardy is set to sink plenty of shots as the Foxes celebrate their Premier League glory in Thailand. Leicester City’s Thai owners are rewarding the squad with a week-long bash in capital Bangkok – and there is no limit on booze
From Leicester City to Arsenal: Every Premier League team’s average possession this season revealed!talkSPORT.com
Leicester City Premier League celebrations – in picturesThe Week UK
Leicester City are just seventh in bookmakers’ list to win Premier League title next seasonLeicester Mercury
Deadspin –The Guardian
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Leicester City TRANSFER NEWS: We won’t spend big money, says Steve Walsh – Leicester Mercury

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Leicester Mercury
Leicester City TRANSFER NEWS: We won’t spend big money, says Steve Walsh
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City are Premier League champions, but they are not about to start splashing the cash to bring in a raft of superstars, head of recruitment Steve Walsh has said. The man who has masterminded City’s incredible scouting of Riyad Mahrez, N’Golo …
Report: Riyad Mahrez to reject Barcelona transfer, stay at Leicester CityBarca Blaugranes (blog)
Arsenal set for £60m double raid on champions Leicester City – reportIrish Independent
Man United interested in Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez – reportThe Peoples Person
The Herald –GamesRadar (blog) –HITC
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Leicester City and other champions show how to celebrate – BBC Sport

Monday, May 9th, 2016

BBC Sport
Leicester City and other champions show how to celebrate
BBC Sport
Yes, they might have flashier cars and a few more tattoos, but they also enjoy a party. And who doesn’t? Footballers celebrating is nothing new. But it seems this season, more than ever, we’ve been able to get an insight into what happens after the
Leicester City dreams come true, Barcelona we’re coming for you – our top stories todayLeicester Mercury
Christian Fuchs: Why Would Anyone Want to Leave Leicester City?90min
Slate on Soccer: On Leicester City, Bayern Munich, Europa League FinalMetro.us
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Italy chief wants Ranieri for Azzurri

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Italian Football Federation president Carlo Tavecchio wants Leicester’s Claudio Ranieri to coach Italy to a World Cup win.

Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri wins the Enzo Bearzot Award – Daily Mail

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Daily Mail
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri wins the Enzo Bearzot Award
Daily Mail
It’s been a season to remember for Claudio Ranieri after helping Leicester lift the Premier League and now the charismatic 64-year-old has collected the Enzo Bearzot Award. The highly-coveted accolade is awarded to the Italian manager of the year, as

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Landlord paints pub in Leicester City’s colours after bet – Telegraph.co.uk

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Telegraph.co.uk
Landlord paints pub in Leicester City’s colours after bet
Telegraph.co.uk
A landlord transformed his pub into a giant Leicester City football shirt after promising his customers he would paint the building if the club won the Premier League. Lifelong Foxes fan Brian Priest, 61, who owns the Chequers pub, in Swinford, Leics
Leicester City fan paints his pub blue in tribute to Premier League successLeicester Mercury

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