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Leicester City ‘will not be distracted by Atletico game,’ says Danny Simpson – Leicester Mercury

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City ‘will not be distracted by Atletico game,’ says Danny Simpson
Leicester Mercury
The Champions League will not be a distraction for Leicester City at Everton tomorrow, Danny Simpson has promised. City have suffered some terrible defeats in the Premier League this season on the eve of Champions League ties. They were heavily …
Everton v Leicester City: Team newsDaily Mail
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan to miss games against Everton and Atletico Madrid with back injurytalkSPORT.com
Leicester City midfielder Marc Albrighton insists Premier League safety is still the priority as Foxes prepare for …The Sun
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Leicester City’s Ahmed Musa in my thoughts for Everton game– Shakespeare – Leicester Mercury

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City’s Ahmed Musa in my thoughts for Everton game– Shakespeare
Leicester Mercury
Ahmed Musa is in the thoughts of Leicester City boss Craig Shakespeare for the clash with Everton tomorrow. The Nigerian has had a difficult week after being questioned by police earlier this week. In the FA Cup in January, City’s £16million striker
Ahmed Musa arrested after altercation with his wife hours after …The Independent
Ahmed Musa: Leicester City star questioned over wife assaultDaily Star
£16m Leicester City star Ahmed Musa arrested on suspicion of beating his wifeThe Sun
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Leicester City news recap: Morgan likely to miss Atletico; Shakey talks Musa arrest, Ndidi rumours – Leicester Mercury

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Leicester Mercury

Leicester City news recap: Morgan likely to miss Atletico; Shakey talks Musa arrest, Ndidi rumours
Leicester Mercury
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is likely to miss the club’s historic Champions League quarter-final first leg against Atletico Madrid, Craig Shakespeare has revealed. The centre-back is definitely unavailable for this weekend’s trip to Everton, and

Dream come true for Stoke boy Josh Gordon after signing Leicester … – Stoke Sentinel

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Stoke Sentinel

Dream come true for Stoke boy Josh Gordon after signing Leicester …
Stoke Sentinel
Josh Gordon completed his move to Premier League champions Leicester City today and admits it’s a dream come true. The 22-year-old former Birches Head …
Josh Gordon completes move to Leicester City from Stafford RangersStaff Newsletter
Leicester City sign ‘new Jamie Vardy’ after landing non-league …Mirror.co.uk
Watch the goals that convinced Leicester City to sign Josh Gordon …expressandstar.com
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Leicester City sign ‘new Jamie Vardy’ after landing non-league hotshot Josh Gordon from Stafford Rangers – Mirror.co.uk

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Mirror.co.uk

Leicester City sign ‘new Jamie Vardy’ after landing non-league hotshot Josh Gordon from Stafford Rangers
Mirror.co.uk
Leicester City hope to have found the next Jamie Vardy after signing up a non-league hotshot. Stafford Rangers winger Josh Gordon has signed for the Foxes after a successful trial at the Premier League champions. Gordon had been plying his trade in the …
Watch the goals that convinced Leicester City to sign Josh Gordon from Stafford Rangersexpressandstar.com

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Leicester City set to make changes for Everton clash – Leicester Mercury

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Leicester MercuryLeicester City set to make changes for Everton clashLeicester MercuryLeicester City boss Craig Shakespeare has hinted at squad rotation at Everton with the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Atletico Madrid on the horizon…

Lukaku is now four goals clear of Tottenham’s Harry Kane in the Premier League scoring stakes – BBC Sport

Friday, April 7th, 2017

BBC Sport

Lukaku is now four goals clear of Tottenham’s Harry Kane in the Premier League scoring stakes
BBC Sport
Everton registered their seventh straight home league win as Romelu Lukaku scored twice to check Leicester’s renaissance under boss Craig Shakespeare. Tom Davies poked in for the hosts after 30 seconds, before Leicester rallied with a slick …
Romelu Lukaku revives Everton as Leicester City lose way in a thrillerThe Guardian
Everton 4 Leicester City 2: Romelu Lukaku double helps hosts to thrilling winTelegraph.co.uk
Leicester City were killed off by clever football, says Everton boss KoemanLeicester Mercury
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Everton 4-2 Leicester City

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Everton move within goal difference of Arsenal in sixth as Romelu Lukaku scores twice to check Leicester’s recent renaissance.

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