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Leicester City: Premier League champions the toast of Thailand – CNN International

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

CNN International

Leicester City: Premier League champions the toast of Thailand
CNN International
Leicester City players and staff went on an open-top bus tour of Bangkok, Thailand, after winning this season’s English Premier League title. More from Sport – Football. BASEL, SWITZERLAND – MAY 18: Captian Jose Antonio Reyes (C) of Sevilla …

First Person: The Leicester City parade, a bottle-throwing moron and a late night in A&E – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

First Person: The Leicester City parade, a bottle-throwing moron and a late night in A&E
Leicester Mercury
Take a look at that photo. Amazing, isn’t it? You’ll be in there somewhere, I’d guess. Me too. And my daughter. Plus, some distance behind, whoever it was that hurled the glass bottle that smacked into her head as Kasabian finished their set. And that

Crowds of a million, Vichai backs Leicester City stars to stay and other stories you may have missed – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Crowds of a million, Vichai backs Leicester City stars to stay and other stories you may have missed
Leicester Mercury
Anything you can do, Thailand can do better. Thought the sight of nearly a quarter of a million Leicester City fans crammed into the streets and into Victoria Park to celebrate the party to end all parties was grand? Think again. Claudio Ranieri’s band
Leicester City cast net for Irish sponsorsIrish Examiner
Leicester City parade Premier League trophy through packed streetsThe Guardian
Leicester City Premier League winners’ parade: thousands flock to watch the championsTelegraph.co.uk
BBC News –SkySports
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Leicester City: Premier League champions the toast of Thailand – CNN International

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

CNN International

Leicester City: Premier League champions the toast of Thailand
CNN International
Leicester City players and staff went on an open-top bus tour of Bangkok, Thailand, after winning this season’s English Premier League title. More from Sport – Football. BASEL, SWITZERLAND – MAY 18: Captian Jose Antonio Reyes (C) of Sevilla …

Leicester City owners’ polo team to unveil ‘secret weapon’ – Telegraph.co.uk

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Telegraph.co.uk

Leicester City owners’ polo team to unveil ‘secret weapon’
Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph Sport rounds up the action and behind-the-scenes news as the 2016 UK polo season kicks off with the Cartier Queen’s Cup. Apes Hill continue to make noises. The Cartier Queen’s Cup is underway with a dozen strong teams in 2016. It is about …

Leicester City enjoy Bangkok Premier League champions parade – Daily Mail

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Daily Mail

Leicester City enjoy Bangkok Premier League champions parade
Daily Mail
Fresh from their fairytale title campaign, the Foxes are in Asia basking in their success in the homeland of Thai owners Vichai and Aiyawatt ‘Top’ Srivaddhanaprabha. Claudio Ranieri’s squad were given a warm welcome from the club’s adopted country as …
Leicester City’s Premier League title celebrations hit streets of BangkokThe Guardian
11 amazing pictures of Leicester City’s Thailand paradeLeicester Mercury
Thousands of people line Bangkok streets to welcome Leicester City players on second bus paradeMirror.co.uk
BBC News –Telegraph.co.uk –ESPN FC
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Palace and parade for Leicester City on Thai tour – World Soccer Talk

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Palace and parade for Leicester City on Thai tour
World Soccer Talk
Bangkok (AFP) – Newly crowned English Premier League champions Leicester City received a royal seal of approval Thursday at Bangkok’s Grand Palace, with the Thai-owned team presenting its trophy to a portrait of the king before a bus parade through …

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Leicester City shirt signed by whole team up for auction – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City shirt signed by whole team up for auction
Leicester Mercury
A Leicester City shirt signed by the whole team is being auctioned to raise money for a children’s cancer charity. The XL home jersey, which comes complete with a certificate of authenticity, has already attracted a lot of attention from bidders and is

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