It would probably be the most Leicester City thing ever- a kit switch done and shirt already on sale across the pond, but no official announcement made in the UK.
And that’s precisely what seems to have happened, with the Foxes allegedly set to swap Puma for Adidas. Wolves have done the same, announcing a four year deal after earning promotion to the Premier League.
Here is a pic of that rumoured Leicester City Adidas, via the Football Kit News site. We must admit that it looks simple, but very nice! Continue reading
Star Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy has been seen wearing Cristiano Ronaldo’s CR7 boots and even scored against Italy at Wembley in those cleats.
It’s been understood that Vardy has had a disagreement of sorts with his boot sponsors Nike, who wanted to give him a different type of boot after his original ones were damaged in Leicester’s recent league clash against Everton. Vardy wasn’t comfortable with the new ones and has therefore temporarily taken to wearing CR7 boots.
Almost exactly a year after his previous international goal against Lithuania (March 26, 2017), Jamie Vardy again netted in England colours as he scored for the Three Lions at Wembley against Italy. A quick piece of thinking from Jesse Lingard caught the Italian defence napping and Vardy scored from the quickly taken free kick. It was the Leicester City striker’s seventh international goal after previous efforts. against Germany, Netherlands, Turkey, Wales, Spain and Lithuania.
Italy equalised through a late penalty, but the usage of VAR while awarding Lorenzo Insigne’s spot kick had pundits and players puzzled, and Vardy himself admitted that “he didn’t know what it stood for”
Jamie Vardy’s strike saw Leicester end Sheffield United’s Cup run and saw the Foxes book a last eight tie against Antonio Conte’s Chelsea, who beat Hull City 4-0 in their fifth round tie at the Bridge.
Leicester have not won in seven previous FA Cup ties against Chelsea, almost dating back to a century (1920). This will be their eighth attempt, and the last time they reached the quarters of this tournament, it was the Blues who knocked them out.
The quarterfinals look set to ones involving only PL teams, unless Rochdale upset Spurs in their replay at Wembley, Wednesday beat Swansea, and Wigan pull off a dramatic result against in form Man City on Monday night. Apart from the Foxes and the Blues, Man Utd, Brighton and Southampton have booked their spots in the last eight.
Former Leicester City star Anthony Knockaert has been fined £20,000 after being found guilty of breaching the speed limit on the A27.
The French winger, who now plays for Brighton and Hove Albion, was caught speeding on the A27, and the police officer who pursued him described his driving as “the worst example of impatient, arrogant and intimidating driving he had ever seen”
Knockaert was given a nine point penalty on his licence and was also asked to pay £85 in costs and a £170 victim surcharge by the Crawley Magistrates’ Court in a hearing on Tuesday. Continue reading
Leonardo Ulloa will be back at the AMEX Stadium after a gap of three and a half years following Leicester’s decision to loan him to Brighton till the end of the season. The Argentine forward joined the Foxes from the Seagulls back in 2014, but has struggled for first team time this season, being left on the bench for important games, like their Cup quarterfinal against Man City. He has not started a single PL game in 2017/18, and has been restricted to a grand total of 18 minutes from the bench.
Ulloa was the first player to score a hat trick at the AMEX and is highly rated by Brighton supporters, who will be hoping that the 31 year old can have a similar impact in his second stint
Jamie Vardy’s first half penalty and Riyad Mahrez’s superb individual strike in second half stoppage time saw Leicester beat Watford 2-0 at the King Power yesterday afternoon. The win also saw the Foxes move ahead of Burnley, with Sean Dyche’s side going down to Manchester United at home.
The result has prompted the Watford board to part ways with Marco Silva. The Hornets have won only one of their last eleven and are 10th in the table at the time of Silva’s dismissal. However the board have said in an official statement that Everton’s approach for Silva had affected his focus, leading to the decision to part ways Continue reading
Leicester City will face Peterborough United in the fourth round of the FA Cup if they beat Fleetwood Town in their upcoming FA Cup replay. The original third round clash between the Foxes and FTFC ended in a goalless stalemate and the replay at the King Power Stadium will be televised, with the original clash also being one of 7 games that were on television last weekend Continue reading
Leicester City’s four game winning streak (wins against Spurs, Burnley, Newcastle and Southampton) was brought to an abrupt halt as they suffered a 3-0 loss at the King Power Stadium to Crystal Palace over the weekend. The Eagles have managed to resurrect themselves under new manager Roy Hodgson and beat the Foxes 3-0 thanks to goals from Benteke, Zaha and Sako. Ndidi saw red for the Foxes on the hour mark. Continue reading
Leicester City picked up their third straight win and moved up to eighth after a late own goal gave them victory at St.James Park against struggling Newcastle. The Magpies were celebrating the 125th anniversary of their founding in the build-up to the game, but the result gave them little to cheer for, with Ayoze Perez’s late own goal ensuring that manager Rafa Benitez suffered three Premier League defeats on the bounce for the first time in his career.
Newcastle’s strikes came through Joselu and Gayle while Leicester’s goals arrived from the boots of Mahrez and Gray Continue reading