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Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option – This Is Lancashire

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

This Is Lancashire
Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option
This Is Lancashire
SELLING Michael Keane to Premier League champions Leicester City was never an option for Burnley this summer, boss Sean Dyche has revealed. The Foxes, who host the Clarets tomorrow, failed with a £15million bid for the 23-year-old during the transfer …
Burnley boss Sean Dyche believes Leicester City’s owners deserve credit for Foxes successLancashire Telegraph

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Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option – Lancashire Telegraph

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Lancashire Telegraph
Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option
Lancashire Telegraph
SELLING Michael Keane to Premier League champions Leicester City was never an option for Burnley this summer, boss Sean Dyche has revealed. The Foxes, who host the Clarets tomorrow, failed with a £15million bid for the 23-year-old during the transfer …

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Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option – Lancashire Telegraph

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Lancashire Telegraph
Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option
Lancashire Telegraph
SELLING Michael Keane to Premier League champions Leicester City was never an option for Burnley this summer, boss Sean Dyche has revealed. The Foxes, who host the Clarets tomorrow, failed with a £15million bid for the 23-year-old during the transfer …

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Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option – Lancashire Telegraph

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

This Is Lancashire
Sean Dyche: Selling Michael Keane to Leicester City was never an option
Lancashire Telegraph
SELLING Michael Keane to Premier League champions Leicester City was never an option for Burnley this summer, boss Sean Dyche has revealed. The Foxes, who host the Clarets tomorrow, failed with a £15million bid for the 23-year-old during the transfer …
Burnley boss Sean Dyche believes Leicester City’s owners deserve credit for Foxes successThis Is Lancashire

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Burnley boss Sean Dyche believes Leicester City’s owners deserve credit for Foxes success – Lancashire Telegraph

Thursday, September 15th, 2016
Burnley boss Sean Dyche believes Leicester City’s owners deserve credit for Foxes success
Lancashire Telegraph
Don’t be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche believes Leicester’s foreign owners deserve their share of credit for the remarkable story that has unfolded at the King Power Stadium.

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Leicester could well do better in Europe than the Premier League this season – TACKLE KEOWN – Daily Mail

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Daily Mail
Leicester could well do better in Europe than the Premier League this season – TACKLE KEOWN
Daily Mail
With the Champions League ties over, Sportsmail columnist MARTIN KEOWN answered your questions ahead of this weekend’s Premier League matches. All eyes will be on the crunch game on Friday night when Chelsea and Liverpool go head-to-head at …

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Leicester City news and transfer rumours – LIVE! – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Leicester MercuryLeicester City news and transfer rumours – LIVE!Leicester MercuryThe 3-0 win over Club Brugge in Belgium was achieved at a canter and there could have been few arguments had the eventual winning margin been double that amount. But does…

Leicester City: Champions League theme tune woke up Riyad Mahrez – Claudio Ranieri – BBC Sport

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

BBC Sport
Leicester City: Champions League theme tune woke up Riyad Mahrez – Claudio Ranieri
BBC Sport
Claudio Ranieri said “the Champions League music woke up” Riyad Mahrez, who scored twice as Leicester beat Club Brugge 3-0 on their competition debut. “It was good because he scored twice, including a fantastic free-kick, and he worked so hard,” the …
Leicester City ease to victory over Club Brugge on Champions League debutThe Guardian
Bruges 0-3 Leicester City: Foxes off to the perfect start on Champions League debutDaily Mail
Brugge vs Leicester City player ratings: Was Riyad Mahrez the main man in Champions League opener?The Independent
Leicester Mercury –Telegraph.co.uk
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