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Supporters Club Programme Event

The Leicester City Supporters Club programme fair is being held on Saturday May 21st at 10am in the Rowley Suite at the King Power Stadium

Entry is through the main reception.

 

LCFC programmes from through the years will be on sale!!

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A fitting end to a fabulous season

Chelsea 1  City 1

Report by Kate Thompson

Like all Leicester City fans, it is only now beginning to sink in that we are the Premier League champions, after being tipped for relegation by practically every so-called pundit.  They have won with style and panache, and won millions of friends all over the world as a result.  However, this report is about the final match – there will no doubt be another opportunity to wax lyrical!

The City fans had a lovely welcome from Chelsea football club, being congratulated and given a postcard; there were posters in the stadium also congratulating the team.  We had yet another goody bag from the club containing a wig, two blow-up ‘batons’, a large flag, together with another flag to wave. 

To my astonishment we were sitting very near the vice chairman who chose (presumably) to watch the last game with the fans – together with his very large entourage, two of whom were huge! 

As expected, the team walked onto the pitch through a guard of honour provided by the Chelsea players and Ranieri was presented with what looked like a silver plate.

There were two changes to the usual team, with Okasaki dropped to the bench and Demarai Gray up front with Vardy; we were willing the latter to score at least one goal to draw level with Harry Kane.  Wasolowski deputised for the suspended Robert Huth and Andy King was preferred to Marc Albrighton, no doubt because of his excellent performance against Everton.

I was pleased to hear Ranieri say that he wanted the team to show why they are champions and, although they did not start at the same cracking pace that we have got used to, they still looked as if they wanted to win the match.  Chelsea seemed the more likely for the first part of the game but City gradually grew into the match and began to show why they have won the league by ten points

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View from the opposition – Chelsea

View from the opposition – Chelsea

A bit about you:

Name: Shaun Deacon

Current home town:  Leicester

Birthplace: London

How long have you supported your team?  Since 1970

Overview of your club:

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View from the opposition – Chelsea 15 May 2016

View from the opposition – Chelsea 15 May 2016

A bit about you: 

Name: Tim Rolls 

Current home town: Teddington 

Birthplace: Winslow, Bucks 

How long have you supported your team? 1st game v Stoke Sept 1967 

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Next Up Chelsea 15 May 2016

Next Up Chelsea 15 May 2016

Manager        Guus Hiddink         Founded       1905

Ground   Stamford Bridge          Address   Fulham Rd, London SW6 1HS  

Capacity      41,663          

Squad: 

1              GK        Asmir Begović

2              DF    … Continue reading

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