Matt Davis brings us the latest news from Belvoir Drive:
Prior to today’s 1-1 draw against Spurs, Leicester City under 18’s had made it nine wins out of eleven with an emphatic 4-0 win against Wimbledon (sadly now officially known as MK Dons) last Saturday (4th November 2006). Leicester City were 1-0 up at the break with a goal from England under 17 international Ashley Chambers. The second half saw Leicester City take full control with goals for Billy McKay, Joe Mattock (who is another England under 17 international) and Scott Lycett. The win also achieved without influential midfielder Andy King who was away on International duty with Wales.
Leicester City were five points clear of the pack in the Group B table after taking an incredible 28 points out of a maximum possible of 33 this season, (this lead was reduced to 3 points today) the highlight of which surely has to be the 4-1 triumph over last seasons champions Aston Villa. Three players that have particularly caught the eye with their goal scoring attributes are Billy McKay and Max Gradel with 9 goals each, and Eric Odhiambo who has scored ten goals this season. Eric of course made his first team debut recently in the Carling Cup match against Aston Villa.
Copyright rules do not permit us to publish full details of forthcoming under 18’s fixtures, but the next home game at Belvoir Drive is against Bristol City on 18 November with a kick off time of 12:00 pm (leaving enough time to get to the first team match against Preston straight afterwards!). A full list of fixtures can be found on the Leicester City web site.
I’m sure Jon Rudkin and his team consisting of Steve Beaglehole, Trevor Peake & several part time coaches would love to see you there supporting our players of the future.
Coming soon – an exclusive Foxes Trust in depth interview with Jon Rudkin.