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Leicester City boss Ranieri backing Juventus to win Champions League – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City boss Ranieri backing Juventus to win Champions League
Leicester Mercury
Claudio Ranieri was awarded the Nils Liedholm Prize for his contributions both on and off the field. Leicester City boss Ranieri backing Juventus to win Champions League. X. Share Tweet Share Pin It Email. Copy link to paste in your message.
Leicester City’s Premier League title success still sinking in – Claudio RanieriESPN.co.uk
Ranieri not getting carried away | Leicester City – EatSleepSportEatSleepSport
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri considering Daniel Amartey tactical switch ahead of Chelsea tripGhanasoccernet.com

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Leicester City international stars to travel 78000 miles – more than three times around world – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City international stars to travel 78000 miles – more than three times around world
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City stars will travel approximately 78,000 miles during this international break – the equivalent of more than three times around the world. Twelve of Claudio Ranieri’s first-team squad have been selected to represent their countries during

Leicester City’s former head of recruitment Steve Walsh has revealed how he created Foxes’ title-winning side – The Sun

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

The Sun

Leicester City’s former head of recruitment Steve Walsh has revealed how he created Foxes’ title-winning side
The Sun
LEICESTER CITY’s former head of recruitment Steve Walsh has revealed how he wheeled and dealed to create the Foxes famous title-winning side. Walsh – now in a similar role at Everton – worked with both Nigel Pearson and Claudio Ranieri to sculpt a …

Leicester City’s Gray scores for England U21s as Okazaki helps Japan to World Cup qualifying win – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City’s Gray scores for England U21s as Okazaki helps Japan to World Cup qualifying win
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City forward Demarai Gray scored the winner as England’s under-21s secured their place at the European Championships with a 1-0 win in Kazakhstan. Gray scored the only goal of the qualifying game in Aktobe, slotting home a cross from …

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Former Leicester City transfer chief reveals how he built Premier League champions squad – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester Mercury

Former Leicester City transfer chief reveals how he built Premier League champions squad
Leicester Mercury
Former Leicester City head of recruitment Steve Walsh has explained how he helped build the club’s Premier League title-winning side. Walsh, who took up the director of football role at Everton this summer, was responsible for putting together the
Leicester City legend Steve Walsh explains how he build Premier League winning squadThe Sun

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Leicester City victory parade makes tourism awards shortlist – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester MercuryLeicester City victory parade makes tourism awards shortlistLeicester MercuryIt seems like yesterday when an estimated 250,000 Foxes fans descended on the city centre on May 16 to hail their heroes. Crowds lined the streets for an open…

Former Leicester City striker has left United already – getwestlondon

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

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Former Leicester City striker has left United already
getwestlondon
Hayes & Yeading have already waved goodbye to new striker Keenan King – but hope to have top scorer Lloyd Macklin back within the next fortnight. United boss Mickey Lewis last week signed former Leicester City U21 hot shot King, who two years ago was …

Leicester City star on why his faith is so important to him – Leicester Mercury

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Leicester MercuryLeicester City star on why his faith is so important to himLeicester MercuryDaniel Amartey was just 16 when he was spotted playing for International Allies in the second tier of Ghanaian football, writes Rob Tanner. Five years later, t…

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