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李斯特城足球俱樂部(英語:Leicester City Football Club,/ˌlɛstər ˈsɪti/),綽號「狐狸」,是英格蘭萊斯特的職業足球俱樂部,以皇權球場(King Power Stadium)為主場。 俱樂部目前於英格蘭足球超級聯賽比賽,在2013至2014年度球季,萊斯特城奪得英冠冠軍,自十年前降級後再次升上英超比賽。
萊斯特城的前身「萊斯特福斯」(Leicester Fosse FC)於1884年成立  ,並於福斯路(Fosse Road)附近的球場比賽。俱樂部於1891年移到費拔街球場,並於1894年被選入英格蘭足球聯賽。球隊其後於1919年易名為「李斯特城」。於2002年,球隊離開費拔街球場,並搬入附近的華克球場, 並因易權而於2011年將其改名為皇權球場。
李斯特城奇跡地贏得了2015年至2016年英格蘭足球超級聯賽,亦是他們首個頂級聯賽冠軍。對於博彩公司而言,這是體育界長久之來最慘痛的經驗,因為他們因當初的高賠率要付出高昂的金錢。  在獲得英超冠軍前,李斯特城最佳的成績是於1928年至1929年球季獲得的亞軍。歷史上俱樂部只有一季降至第三級聯賽,並隨即於下一季升回第二級聯賽。俱樂部曾經七次贏得第二級聯賽冠軍(六次英乙及一次英冠),為數於英格蘭俱樂部中最多。
李斯特城曾四次於1948-49、1960-61、1962-63及1968-69進入英格蘭足總盃決賽,但都未能獲得冠軍,亦製造了足協盃最多於決賽落敗的紀錄。俱樂部在1971年取得了英格蘭社區盾,並於2016年屈居亞軍。俱樂部亦曾於1964年、1997年及2000年共三次贏得英格蘭聯賽盃。李斯特城於2016–17球季首次亮相於歐洲冠軍聯賽,亦是俱樂部第四次於歐洲賽事中參賽。

indiscernible 2017-10-25 11:12 PM

李斯特城:永無所懼——
李斯特城是一隊英格蘭聯賽球隊,創立於 1884 年,現已有超過 125 年的歷史。
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Honours

Domestic
League
First Division / Premier League
Champions (1): 2015–16
Runners up (1): 1928–29
Second Division / Football League Championship
Champions (7): 1924–25, 1936–37, 1953–54, 1956–57, 1970–71, 1979–80, 2013–14
Runners up (2): 1907–08, 2002–03
Play-off winners (2): 1993–94, 1995–96
Football League One
Champions (1): 2008–09
Cup[edit]
Football League Cup
Winners (3): 1963–64, 1996–97, 1999–2000
Runners up (2): 1964–65, 1998–99
FA Charity Shield / FA Community Shield
Winners (1): 1971
Runners up (1): 2016
FA Cup
Runners up (4): 1948–49, 1960–61, 1962–63, 1968–69
Regional competitions
War League South
Champions (1): 1942[112]
Football League War Cup
Winners (1): 1941
Other[edit]
BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year
Winners (1): 2016

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Current Squad
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No.                Position        Player
1        Denmark        GK        Kasper Schmeichel (vice-captain)
2        England        DF        Danny Simpson
3        England        DF        Ben Chilwell
5        Jamaica        DF        Wes Morgan (captain)
6        Germany        DF        Robert Huth
7        England        MF        Demarai Gray
8        Nigeria        FW        Kelechi Iheanacho
9        England        FW        Jamie Vardy
10        Wales        MF        Andy King
11        England        MF        Marc Albrighton
12        England        GK        Ben Hamer
13        Nigeria        FW        Ahmed Musa
15        England        DF        Harry Maguire
No.                Position        Player
16        Austria        DF        Aleksandar Dragović (on loan from Bayer Leverkusen)
17        Switzerland        GK        Eldin Jakupović
18        Ghana        MF        Daniel Amartey
19        Algeria        FW        Islam Slimani
20        Japan        FW        Shinji Okazaki
21        Spain        MF        Vicente Iborra
22        England        MF        Matty James
23        Argentina        FW        Leonardo Ulloa
25        Nigeria        MF        Wilfred Ndidi
26        Algeria        MF        Riyad Mahrez
28        Austria        DF        Christian Fuchs
29        Tunisia        DF        Yohan Benalouane
—        Portugal        MF        Adrien Silva (ineligible until January)


No.                Position        Player
14        Poland        MF        Bartosz Kapustka (at SC Freiburg until the end of the season)
24        France        MF        Nampalys Mendy (at OGC Nice until the end of the season)
31        Australia        DF        Callum Elder (at Wigan Athletic until the end of the season)
32        England        MF        Harvey Barnes (at Barnsley until the end of the season)
33        England        DF        Elliott Moore (at OHL until January 2018)

賽事        時間        場        對陣
英超        2017-10-30 00:00        主        愛華頓
英超        2017-11-04 20:30        客        史篤城
英超        2017-11-18 23:00        主        曼城
英超        2017-11-25 04:00        客        韋斯咸
英超        2017-11-29 03:45        主        熱刺
英超        2017-12-02 23:00        主        般尼
英超        2017-12-10 01:30        客        紐卡素
英超        2017-12-14 03:45        客        修咸頓
英超        2017-12-16 20:30        主        水晶宮
英超        2017-12-24 03:45        主        曼聯
英超        2017-12-26 23:00        客        屈福特
英超        2017-12-30 23:00        客        利物浦
英超        2018-01-01 23:00        主        哈德斯菲爾德
英超        2018-01-13 23:00        客        車路士
英超        2018-01-20 23:00        主        屈福特
英超        2018-02-01 03:45        客        愛華頓
英超        2018-02-03 23:00        主        史雲斯
英超        2018-02-10 23:00        客        曼城
英超        2018-02-24 23:00        主        史篤城
英超        2018-03-03 23:00        主        般尼茅夫
英超        2018-03-10 23:00        客        西布朗
英超        2018-03-17 23:00        主        阿仙奴
英超        2018-03-31 22:00        客        白禮頓
英超        2018-04-07 22:00        主        紐卡素
英超        2018-04-14 22:00        客        般尼
英超        2018-04-21 22:00        主        修咸頓
英超        2018-04-28 22:00        客        水晶宮
英超        2018-05-05 22:00        主        韋斯咸
英超        2018-05-13 22:00        客        熱刺

indiscernible 2017-10-25 11:19 PM

-Photography-

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indiscernible 2017-10-25 11:20 PM

Hamer: Brilliant Blue Army Drive Us On

Ben Hamer has dedicated Leicester City’s 3-1 Carabao Cup victory over Leeds United on Tuesday night to the Blue Army.

- Leicester City goalkeeper Ben Hamer was pleased with the 3-1 success over Leeds United on Tuesday
- The Foxes overturned a one-goal deficit to book their place in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup
- Hamer also credited the Club's supporters for their loyal backing at King Power Stadium

Kelechi Iheanacho, Islam Slimani and Riyad Mahrez struck for City following Pablo Hernández’s opener for the visitors in front of a capacity King Power Stadium crowd.

A typically raucous atmosphere was created once again on Filbert Way for the Round 4 tie and Hamer revealed at full-time just how greatly the Foxes squad value the Club’s supporters.

During his briefing with LCFC TV, City goalkeeper Hamer said: “We’ve got great support, haven’t we? You see that every week, they are loud and they come out in their numbers.


FIRST TEAM Video duration 5 hrs 7 mins ago Video duration 04:21
Hamer Delighted With Cup Progress
City shot-stopper Ben Hamer spoke to LCFC TV after the Foxes' 3-1 victory over Leeds in the Carabao Cup.
“Our fans are brilliant and the boys do really enjoy it when we play here because they get behind us and they drive us on.”

Hamer went largely untested for large periods late on but he was called upon during the early stages by the Sky Bet Championship outfit.

After Hernández’s strike from distance in the 26th minute, the Foxes settled and were level just four minutes later through Iheanacho’s composed finish.


Algerian duo Slimani and Mahrez completed the turnaround and Hamer says he was relieved to see his team-mates take control of the tie.

He added: “They came out and posed a bit of a threat in the first 25 minutes. They got an early shot off which I thought may have been a sign of things to come.

“But we turned it on, we played with tempo and showed our quality. In the end we were quite comfortable.


“You don’t want to concede goals but it gave us a kick which forced us into action and we had a couple of good chances in the second half.

“It’s a pleasing 3-1 win, we’re into the next round and we look forward to facing whoever we get next.”
[url]https://www.lcfc.com/news/500782/hamer-brilliant-blue-army-drive-us-on[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-25 11:26 PM

Leicester City v Leeds United - Carabao Cup Fourth Round

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indiscernible 2017-10-25 11:27 PM

傑斯想去英超執教:對這兩隊有意思

根據天空體育報導,傑斯表示對愛華頓和李斯特城的帥位有意。

  「我覺得,你看看這兩支球隊,李斯特城兩年前是英超冠軍,愛華頓是一家很棒的球會,有著非凡的歷史,對我而言,我對這兩支球隊都有興趣。」傑斯表示。

  「不過,很多教練也會對這些帥位有意,我一直都說,我對有野心的球會持開放態度,我想提高球會成績,也提高球員實力,也想要享受為球會和球員們工作,並享受挑戰。」

  「除了英超球會之外,一些英冠和英甲球會也不錯,跟球隊規模無關,我更看中足球哲學。」

  被問及對愛華頓和李斯特城如此早換帥是否驚訝時,傑斯表示:「現在換教練普遍很快,你在這種氛圍里不會感到驚訝。」

  「顯然,愛華頓在轉會窗花了很多錢,而李斯特城的老闆在球隊奪冠之後期望更高。」
[url]http://soccer.sina.com.hk/news/3124/20171024/8045144/[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-26 02:06 AM

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indiscernible 2017-10-26 02:14 AM

RIYAD MAHREZ - Magic Skills, Passes, Goals & Assists - 2017 (HD)
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Jamie Vardy 2016/17 - Goals and Skills | Record breaker | Leicester City
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Marc Albrighton • Leicester • Magic Skills, Passes & Goals • HD 720p
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Shinji Okazaki - 岡崎慎司 - Japanese Beast - Leicester City - 2016
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Kasper Schmeichel - Best Saves - Leicester City | 2016 HD
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Kelechi Iheanacho - Welcome to Leicester City? - Goals, Assists, Attacking Skills - 2016/17
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Ahmed Musa - Goals and Assists - Leicester City - 2016/17
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Islam Slimani - "The Beginning" - Amazing Goals Show 2016/2017
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Wilfred Ndidi ● Welcome to Leicester City || HD
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DEMARAI GRAY | Leicester CIty | Goals & Skills | 2016/2017 (HD)
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indiscernible 2017-10-27 02:05 AM

Foxes To Face Manchester City In Carabao Cup

Leicester City will face Manchester City at King Power Stadium in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup.
- Manchester City to visit King Power Stadium in Round 5 of the Carabao Cup
- The tie will take place the week commencing Monday 18 December
- Leicester City have defeated Sheffield United, Liverpool and Leeds United so far in the competition

The Foxes reached Round 5 following a 3-1 victory over Leeds United at King Power Stadium on Tuesday.

While Leicester have defeated Sheffield United, Liverpool and Leeds to reach this stage of the competition, Manchester City have overcome West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The tie will take place on Filbert Way during the week commencing Monday 18 December.
[url]https://www.lcfc.com/news/501262/foxes-to-face-manchester-city-in-carabao-cup[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-27 02:06 AM

Leicester City Confirm Claude Puel As First Team Manager

Leicester City are delighted to announce the appointment of Claude Puel as the Club’s new First Team Manager.
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- Claude Puel named as Leicester City’s new First Team Manager
- The Frenchman will take charge of the Foxes for the first time for Sunday’s Premier League visit of Everton
- Puel has previously managed AS Monaco, Lille, Lyon, Nice and Southampton
- Michael Appleton to retain role as Assistant Manager

The 56-year-old Frenchman arrives at King Power Stadium with a wealth of experience at elite levels of the game, having managed teams in France’s Ligue 1, the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. He has signed a contract to June 2020.

The former AS Monaco, Lyon and Southampton manager will take charge of his first Leicester City fixture this coming Sunday as the Foxes host Everton at King Power Stadium in the Premier League.

Claude will be supported by Michael Appleton, who retains his role as Assistant Manager.

Leicester City Vice Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha said: “When we began the process of identifying a new manager, the Board quickly established the profile of candidate we needed to take the Club forward and Claude Puel was a perfect fit.

“Upon meeting Claude, his attention to detail, knowledge of our squad, understanding of our potential and his vision to help us realise it were extremely impressive. He quickly emerged as the outstanding candidate and I am delighted we will have the opportunity to reinforce our long-term vision, aided significantly by his expertise.”

Claude Puel said: “It’s a great privilege to become the new manager of Leicester City – a club whose values and ambitions are closely aligned to my own. The opportunity to help the Club build on its remarkable recent achievements is a truly exciting one and I’m looking forward to working with the owners, players, staff and supporters to deliver further lasting success.”

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Claude Puel Set To Appear On Thursday Night Live!
Leicester City’s new First Team Manager Claude Puel will join Club legends Gerry Taggart and Matt Elliott on Thursday Night Live on LCFC Radio today!

Claude is familiar with the challenges of Premier League football, having led Southampton to an eighth-placed finish during the 2016/17 season, while managing both a UEFA Europa League campaign and a run to the EFL Cup Final against Manchester United.

He began his managerial career with AS Monaco – the club he represented nearly 500 times in Ligue 1 as a combative midfielder – taking the reins in 1999 and winning Le Championnat a year later, adding to the two titles he won in the principality as a player.

After 24 years with Monaco, Puel began a six-year spell with Lille, whom he guided to a highest-ever Ligue 1 finish as runners-up in 2005, followed by third place in 2006.

That success persuaded Lyon to come calling for his services in 2008 and he continued to build his impressive reputation with a top-three finish in each of his three seasons in charge of the French giants.

While impressing domestically, it was in the UEFA Champions League where Puel’s tactical acumen was turning heads across Europe. Having locked horns with Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in the competition during his time at Lille, Puel steered Lyon into the semi-finals in 2010 – masterminding a 2-1 aggregate win over Real Madrid along the way.

Immediately prior to joining Southampton, Puel was able to deliver two fourth-placed finishes in four seasons as manager of Nice, with current City midfielder Nampalys Mendy among the ranks.

Claude will be formally introduced to the media on Friday ahead of Sunday’s visit of Everton.
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indiscernible 2017-10-27 02:07 AM

Five Things You May Not Know About Claude Puel

After Leicester City confirmed the appointment of Claude Puel as its new first team manager on Wednesday, LCFC.com runs you through five facts you may not have known about the Frenchman.
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One club man
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The Castres-born midfielder spent his entire career at AS Monaco.
After spending seven years at youth level at his hometown club of Castres, located in the Midi-Pyrénées region of France, the 56-year-old made the switch to Monaco in 1977. Two years later, he made his professional debut for the club and, over a 17-year period, played over 450 games as a defensive midfielder. He was a Ligue 1 champion on two occasions, won the Coupe de France three times and also lifted the Trophée des Champions during his spell at Monaco.

A familiar face
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Puel amassed over 450 league appearances in the principality, including a seven-year spell playing under current Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger. He also lined-up alongside the likes of Jürgen Klinsmann and Youri Djorkaeff during a fabled time at the club.
It is inevitable that after such a long and successful playing career, Puel would run into some old friends in the footballing world during his time as a manager. The former midfielder played under the Premier League’s longest serving active manager, Arsene Wenger, for seven years at Monaco. He won Ligue 1 in Wenger’s debut season in charge and also lifted the Coupe de France under the current Arsenal boss.

From manager to opponent
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The 56-year-old spent six years at Lille.
The French leagues have produced some talented players over the years, with City reaping the rewards of signing to likes of Riyad Mahrez, N’Golo Kanté and Anthony Knockaert from there in recent seasons. Scorer of the goal that confirmed the Foxes’ status as Premier League champions in 2016, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard worked his way up through the ranks at Ligue 1 outfit Lille, where he was managed by Puel for two seasons. Puel has also previously handed senior debuts to Premier League stars Yohan Cabaye (Lille) and Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon).

A fair stint
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Claude Puel also guided Nice to two fourth-placed finishes.
The Castres-born manager’s six consecutive seasons at Lille saw him become one of the French Ligue 1’s longest serving managers of all time. He also spent two years at Monaco, three seasons at Lyon and four years at Nice, before making the switch from France to England to manage Southampton in 2016.

Puel’s Wembley bow
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Puel watches on from the Wembley technical area.
Having previously managed in the French league for the entirety of his career, Puel’s one year spent in the Premier League last season proved to be a productive one. He guided Southampton to an eighth-place finish alongside a campaign in the Europa League in which they beat Italian giants Internazionale. But it was the League Cup that the Saints were most successful in, as they defeated Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Arsenal and Liverpool en route to a final appearance against Manchester United. They were eventually beaten 3-2 at Wembley Stadium, but will no doubt be hoping to go one better with City, who advanced to the quarter-finals on Tuesday night.
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indiscernible 2017-10-28 02:23 PM

Date Set For Carabao Cup Quarter-Final

Leicester City’s Carabao Cup Quarter-Final against Manchester City will take place at King Power Stadium on Tuesday 19 December (7:45pm kick-off).

- Manchester City will visit Filbert Way on Tuesday 19 December
- The Quarter-Final tie kicks off at 7:45pm and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports
- Ticket prices and sales dates will be confirmed by the Club in due course

The 113th encounter between the two sides will be screened live on Sky Sports and falls between home Premier League clashes against Crystal Palace and Manchester United.

City reached Round 5 courtesy of victories over Sheffield United, Liverpool and Leeds United while Pep Guardiola's men have defeated West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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indiscernible 2017-10-28 02:25 PM

Puel: A Fantastic Opportunity

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Pascal Plancque Added To Claude Puel’s Management Staff

During his first press conference as Leicester City manager, Claude Puel confirmed that Pascal Plancque will join the Club as Assistant Manager alongside Michael Appleton.
- Claude Puel confirms Pascal Plancque as Assistant Manager alongside Michael Appleton at Leicester City
- Plancque has previously worked with Puel at Southampton
- The 54-year-old enjoyed a lengthy playing career in France

Following a 15-year playing career as a midfielder for French outfits Lille, Auxerre, Laval and Pau, Plancque took on his first coaching role in 1995 and has since gone on to manage at four teams – Arin Luzien, Pau, Lille B and Boulogne.

The 54-year-old Frenchman was also part of Puel’s coaching staff at Southampton during the 2016/17 season.

Puel told the media on Friday: “It is important to have a trainer (Michael Appleton) with the players who can help me have a relationship with the players.

"It is very, very important to prepare and make decisions. I speak about Appleton and Pascal will come in as assistant manager. He brings the same things as Michael.

"He is a good person, like Michael, and a good trainer also.”
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indiscernible 2017-10-28 02:27 PM

Puel Happy To Be A Fox

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indiscernible 2017-10-28 06:59 PM

Morgan Out To Impress

Skipper Wes Morgan says every member of the Leicester City squad will be aiming to showcase their strengths to Claude Puel prior to Sunday’s clash with Everton.
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Puel Happy To Be A Fox
First Team Training: Everton
- Wes Morgan says his side will aim to show what they’re about when Claude Puel takes charge of his first game on Sunday (4pm kick-off)
- The Foxes welcome Everton to the King Power Stadium in the Premier League
- Morgan believes City must be wary of Everton’s style of play

City will play under Puel for the first time at King Power Stadium this weekend after the Frenchman took training at Belvoir Drive on Friday.

For Morgan, the encounter with Everton is a chance for the Foxes to prove to the new manager that they are more than capable of getting results in the Premier League.  

“From a neutral point of view, it’s a clean slate for everyone," said Morgan. "Everyone wants to impress and everyone wants to show the manager what they can do so that they make it into the first XI.

“It’s an opportunity for everyone to show what they’re about and prove a point to the new manager. It’s up to the manager to see what he’s got and choose his best XI based on what he sees.”

Maybe the personnel might change on the pitch, but Everton have an identity and I can’t see there being much of a change to that.
Wes Morgan
Morgan was pleased to see Michael Appleton remain as the Club’s Assistant Manager, alongside Pascal Plancque, having built up a positive relationship with the former Oxford United manager.

City’s No.5 said: “He’s joined us in the off season and he’s been with us in pre-season and the beginning of the season.

“He knows what we’re about, so hopefully he can pass on his knowledge of the team and his knowledge of the game in general to the manager and help in that sense.

“He’s been very good. He’s come with some new ideas and he’s implemented his thoughts on the team. He’s here to support the manager and help out the best he can and that’s exactly what he’s done.”

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All smiles from the City defender.
Everton visit Filbert Way having not won in their previous six games in all competitions, but Morgan believes they will still try and stamp their authority on the game.  

He added: “I think if you look at their games in general, I’m sure there’s not going to be too much change in terms of how they play and the style they play.

“Maybe the personnel might change on the pitch, but Everton have an identity and I can’t see there being much of a change to that.

“You can’t really expect anything in football, but you can have an idea of what to expect and you can try and counteract that.”
[url]https://www.lcfc.com/news/501513/morgan-out-to-impress[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-28 07:00 PM

PL2 Preview: Foxes Tackle Leaders Liverpool


Leicester City’s Development Squad face their sternest test of the season when they travel to Premier League 2 leaders Liverpool on Sunday.
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Beaglehole Elated With Adaptable Under-23s
Choudhury Praises Team Performance
Leicester City U23s 2 Swansea City U23s 0
While the Foxes have made a brilliant start to the new season, the Reds have been even better, winning all but one of their eight Division 1 fixtures so far this term.

Ahead of the Prenton Park clash (1pm kick-off), here are five things you may not already know…

Last time out…

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Watch all the highlights from the Development Squad’s Premier League 2 victory over Swansea on Monday evening.
Admiral Muskwe struck twice as City’s Under-23s rose to fourth in Premier League 2 with a 2-0 success over Swansea City at Holmes Park on Monday night.

Muskwe’s brace bookended a red card for Swans centre back Jack Bainbridge and further cements what has been a hugely encouraging start to the new season.

The Foxes are now unbeaten in six in all competitions - winning five of those - ahead of Sunday's showdown with early leaders Liverpool at Tranmere.

Muskwe finding his form
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Admiral Muskwe celebrates his opener against Swansea.
During his LCFC TV debrief on Monday, Steve Beaglehole praised Muskwe, City’s top goal scorer last term and their hottest attacking force once again this season too.

“I’m very, very pleased for Ade,” Beaglehole said. “He got a bad injury while he was playing well and scoring goals. He’s taken his time to get over that injury.

“He’s looking strong, he’s winning headers, his support play is good and he’s getting goals. Overall it was a big team performance.”

Confident Choudhury

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Choudhury: Signs Are Good For Under-23s
Leicester City Under-23s captain Hamza Choudhury reflects on their 2-0 success over Swansea City in Premier League 2.
Development Squad captain Hamza Choudhury says City should approach Sunday’s visit to Liverpool with confidence after their wonderful start to the new season.

He said: “I definitely think it'll be tough but it's nothing that fazes us. We've been to City away at the Etihad and we should have got at least a point at Arsenal.

“It's nothing to faze us. We've got a good bunch of lads in that changing room and I know we've got enough about us to get something there.”

Previous meeting
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Josh Gordon found the net in a 3-1 defeat.
Josh Gordon scored his maiden goal for City as they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in Premier League 2 in front of a crowd of 1,030 at Holmes Park on Easter Monday.

Rhian Brewster, Matt Virtue and captain Harry Wilson struck in the second half for the Reds to overturn a one-goal deficit which left City needing another victory to secure their survival.

“It was a good crowd here and it was a really good game to be at,” Beaglehole said. “it was very disappointing in the end. We’re a big Premier League club, we expect quality.”

Liverpool riding high
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Trent Alexander-Arnold is one of many to have played in Liverpool's first team.
Neil Critchley's Liverpool have enjoyed a magnificent start to the new Premier League 2 campaign, sitting two points clear of champions Everton.

On Monday, they defeated Manchester United 3-1 at Leigh Sports Village, courtesy of Ovie Ejaria, Marko Grujić and Harry Wilson strikes.

Among their line-up in Manchester were the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jon Flanagan, Grujić, Danny Ings and Ben Woodburn – showing the strength Critchley possesses.
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indiscernible 2017-10-28 09:43 PM

Puel on #lcfc captaincy: "Wes Morgan is the captain for me. He has the respect of the players. I want many captains on the pitch."

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Puel on #LeiEve: “It’s a difficult game. A special game. It’s important to keep this good memory from the two last games.”

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indiscernible 2017-10-28 11:23 PM

雲格盛讚李斯特城新帥:選對人!他能帶好李斯特城


據《電訊報》報導,日前李斯特城新帥普埃爾已經帶著球隊進行了第一堂訓練課。在他上任之後,雲格也是對昔日弟子讚不絕口。

  李斯特城非常確信法國人能帶領他們重返歐洲賽場。據悉,56歲的普埃爾已經向藍狐的董事會,評估了球隊的陣容,包括他們的強項和弱點,希望能「藥到病除」。

  李斯特城也非常信任普埃爾此前在歐洲賽場上的執教能力,尤其是在他執教里爾和里昂時建立起的好口碑。另外,普埃爾還非常擅長培養年輕球員。以上一系列優點,才讓普埃爾從李斯特城的選帥中脫穎而出。

  之前,儘管普埃爾帶領修咸頓進入了聯賽盃的決賽,並且獲得了聯賽第8,但是是否有能力鎮住這個比較強硬的更衣室,還是個疑問。

  當普埃爾還在摩納哥踢球時,雲格曾執教過他。雲格表示:「克勞德能勝任,他是個‘實幹家’,非常專注。我確定他在李斯特城會繼續發展。他們做了一個很好的任命。」
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indiscernible 2017-10-30 11:16 AM

2️⃣ goals. 3️⃣ points! 💪
#LeiEve

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indiscernible 2017-10-30 11:18 AM

Puel Hails City's 'Fantastic Attitude'
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After Claude Puel’s Leicester City roared to a 2-0 Premier League win over Everton, the new manager praised the character of his players during his first game at the helm.
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Victory Delights Chilwell
Leicester City 2 Everton 0
Three Wins On The Spin For City
- Leicester City beat Everton 2-0 in the Premier League at King Power Stadium
- The match was manager Claude Puel’s first in charge since his appointment last week
- Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray scored in the first half to put City in control
- The Foxes move up to 11th place in the table with their third straight win in all competitions

In a changed 4-2-3-1 system, City flew out of the blocks and took a brilliant lead inside 20 minutes when Demarai Gray tore through the Everton defence, allowing Riyad Mahrez to put the ball on a plate for Jamie Vardy.

The excellent Gray then doubled the lead before half time as his cross was sliced into the Everton net by defender Jonjoe Kenny for 2-0 in front of a jubilant King Power Stadium crowd.

The Foxes had further chances to extend the lead but eventually saw out the game and a clean sheet which moves them up to 11th place in the table and marked a third consecutive victory.

Speaking afterwards, a thrilled Puel said: “Of course it is very good to start with a good result. I was impressed to see my players with quality in the first half with the ball. It was very interesting to see this. They tried to play good football.

“The first goal is fantastic and I like this. In the second half it was more difficult because some of the players were tired. It was difficult to keep the same intensity. We played a good team in Everton and they tried to get back into the game. But we there was some solid work from the players in the second half with a fantastic attitude. We had a good structure and the character was fantastic.”

There were seven changes to the starting XI for the Foxes from the team that beat Leeds United in the Carabao Cup, with Ben Chilwell and Gray both joining Riyad Mahrez in a midfield three behind lone striker Vardy.

“I discussed this with my assistant Michael Appleton,” said Puel. “Also I know Gray for example from England Under-21s. I like this player and I took my responsibility with the feeling I could help but it was important to make this decision to help us tactically.

“We put in place a new system and these players listened a lot. It was important to keep them with this concentration and confidence from the last game, winning as against Swansea and Leeds. It was important to keep this good work. It was chance to bring in some information without disturbing them.

“Of course when you choose the starting line-up it is difficult. We tried something about a feeling, about a balance for the team. I know Shinji Okazaki scored last week. Marc Albrighton has played well also and he was a starting player. But it was important to see all the team and other players.

“I was interested to see the attitude of the players because they had a good spirit, a good attitude and worked hard without showing some frustration. This is very important for the squad for the future.”
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indiscernible 2017-10-30 11:22 AM

Three Wins On The Spin For City

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The Frenchman made seven changes to the side that beat Leeds United on Tuesday, deploying a 4-2-3-1 stratagem against the Merseyside outfit at King Power Stadium.

Puel’s men were rampant in the first half as Gray, Wes Morgan and Ben Chilwell all went close inside the opening 10 minutes.

The Foxes’ first goal came not long after, courtesy of a stunning run from Gray. He sprinted with the ball from inside his own half and surged past the Everton midfield before offloading to Riyad Mahrez – the Algerian calmly squared to Vardy to fire home for 1-0.

Mahrez had an effort saved by Jordan Pickford shortly after, while at the other end, Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed a big chance to equalise, but couldn’t connect with Aaron Lennon’s cross.

A stroke of luck saw the Foxes double their lead just before the half-hour mark. Jonjoe Kenny attempted to clear Gray’s cross, but sliced the ball into his own net past Pickford.

Two attempts from Kevin Mirallas came just before the break. The first flew wide, while Kasper Schmeichel had to get down low to tip the second behind as Everton put the hosts under pressure.

A spell of defending for City followed after the interval, with the Leicester back line standing strong on a number of occasions to halt the Toffees attack.

Everton continued to flow forward but Puel’s outfit matched them and looked dangerous on the break. With four minutes to go, Vicente Iborra played a one-two with Vardy, only for the impressive Spanish midfielder to poke wide from inside the area.

Toffees left back Leighton Baines hammered a half-volley towards goal with a minute to play, but Schmeichel watched the strike fly harmlessly over the bar.

Major moment
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The Leicester City duo congratulate each other after combining for the first goal of the evening.
A rampant start to the game yielded numerous goalscoring opportunities for Leicester City and it was only a matter of time before they would take one of them.

The build-up to the goal was brilliant and Demarai Gray deserves plenty of credit for his role in it. He ran from his own half to play in Riyad Mahrez, who tee up Jamie Vardy for the opener.

Vardy’s strike set the tone in the first period and while Everton were much-improved after the break, they couldn’t breach City’s solid defensive unit.

Who impressed?
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The former Birmingham man scores his second goal of the season.
Demarai Gray put in an excellent all-round performance against Everton. He showed lethal pace on the break and put in a good defensive shift to help City maintain their 2-0 lead in the second half.

However fortunate his goal may have been, Gray certainly deserved to get on the scoresheet following his contribution on Sunday.
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Where do we stand?
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The manager passes on instructions from the touchline.
A second straight Premier League victory for Leicester City sees them move up to 11th position in the table, four points off the bottom three.

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indiscernible 2017-10-30 11:24 AM

Claude Puel has huge hopes for Leicester's Demarai Gray to develop into a 'great player'

Claude Puel thinks Leicester City youngster Demarai Gray has all the attributes to become a "great player".

Puel started life at Leicester with a 2-0 win over Everton on Super Sunday, which left the Toffees marooned in the relegation zone after a dismal start to the season.

Puel showed huge faith in 21-year-old Gray by preferring him to the in-form Shinji Okazaki and he rewarded his manager with a man-of-the-match display.



This was just his second start of the season in what's been a frustrating period where he's made 39 Premier League substitute appearances since the start of the 2015/16 season, which is more than any other player in that period.

Puel is confident that under his guidance Gray can become a Premier League star.



Unsworth disappointed with loss
Everton manager David Unsworth says his side didn't perform in the first half of their 2-0 defeat to Leicester.
Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth says his side didn't perform in the first half of their 2-0 defeat to Leicester
"He has the quality to become a great player," he said.

"Today it was interesting to see his technical quality - but in the second half he also did good work for the team."

Everton were punished by Leicester's pace on the break as Jamie Vardy (18) and a heavily deflected Gray effort off Jonjoe Kenny (28) gave them an early advantage, which Everton couldn't claw back.


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Leicester 2-0 Everton
Despite the impressive start to his Leicester career, Puel still saw room for improvement.

When asked if it was the perfect performance, he said: "Perfect? I don't know but it was very interesting. It was impressive because they played very well. It was very good first half with good combination and relationships between the players for a fantastic first goal.

"It was a little more difficult in the second half because they are a very good team and they tried to get back in the game. But we had a good attitude, good structure and a lot of solidarity.

"It's a very good result and I wanted to say thanks to our fantastic fans and their warm welcome. It was a fantastic atmosphere and I'm happy for my players."
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indiscernible 2017-10-30 11:26 AM

Leicester 2-0 Everton: Claude Puel earns first win as visitors' problems mount

Claude Puel started life at Leicester with a 2-0 win over Everton, with the visitors remaining marooned in the relegation zone.

With David Unsworth in caretaker charge following the sacking of Ronald Koeman, Everton were punished by Leicester's pace on the break as Jamie Vardy (18) and a heavily deflected Demarai Gray effort off Jonjoe Kenny (28) gave them an early advantage.

Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring Leicester's opener against Everton
Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring Leicester's opener against Everton
Puel, who was appointed as Leicester's third manager of 2017 on Wednesday, had to watch his side defend deep for the majority of the second period - but the visitors lacked the imagination or variation in their play to trouble the scorers.

Stoke v Leicester
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Saturday 4th, 20:30
FULL TIME RESULT
Stoke City
7/5
Draw
23/10
Leicester City
15/8
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This latest defeat leaves Everton in the relegation zone having taken just eight points from their opening 10 games, while Leicester climbed to 11th.

Player Ratings
Leicester: Schmeichel (7), Simpson (7), Chilwell (7), Morgan (7), Maguire (7), Fuchs (7), Gray (8), Iborra (7), Ndidi (7), Mahrez (7), Vardy (7).

Subs: Okazaki (6), Albrighton (6), Iheanacho (6)

Everton: Pickford (6), Kenny (5), Williams (6), Jagielka (5), Baines (6), Lennon (6), Mirallas (6), Gueye (6), Davies (6), Rooney (6), Calvert-Lewin (6).

Subs: Niasse (6), Baningime (6), Sigurdsson (6)

Man of the match: Demarai Gray
Leicester came out of the blocks flying for their new boss and were ahead inside 18 minutes.

The goal was everything Everton lacked; pure pace and aggression. The flowing move was instigated by a 70-yard counter attacking surge by Gray. He released Riyad Mahrez, who crossed for Vardy to sweep home from close range.

Leicester doubled their lead on 28 minutes - although they were given a huge helping hand by the unfortunate Kenny, whose attempted clearance from a Gray centre comically flew beyond his own goalkeeper.

Team news
Ben Chilwell and Demarai Gray replaced Shinji Okazaki and Marc Albrighton for Leicester while Aaron Lennon made his first Premier League start since January for Everton in one of three changes from the defeat against Arsenal.
Unsworth handed a Premier League debut to 19-year-old Beni Baningime at the break and he looked composed at the base of Everton's midfield, but the visitors remained unimaginative in possession when in the final third.

Fellow substitute Oumar Niasse broke into some appealing positions but his finish was distinctly lacking as Leicester saw out the game relatively comfortably.

Everton's Phil Jagielka attempts an overhead kick
Everton's Phil Jagielka attempts an overhead kick
As the final whistle sounded, the home fans cheekily chanted: "All that money, and you're going down."

         
Stoke vs Leicester
November 4, 2017, 11:30am
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Man of the match: Demarai Gray

His lung bursting run tipped the game in Leicester's favour and he earned the luck he received with his goal, which owed a huge amount to Kenny's wild clearance.

Jamie Carragher said: "He's been spoken about a lot these last couple of years in terms of potential. He's never quite nailed down a position but he's made a great start under the new manager. He'll be thinking he could be a mainstay, especially if Riyad Mahrez becomes a No 10 behind Jamie Vardy."



Perfect start for Puel
New Leicester manager Claude Puel praised his side's attitude and solidarity following their 2-0 win against Everton.
New Leicester manager Claude Puel praised his side's attitude and solidarity
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Leicester have won three games in a row in all competitions since Craig Shakespeare's departure, having won just three of Shakespeare's last 13 matches in charge.
Vardy has been involved in 13 goals in his last 15 Premier League games at the King Power Stadium (11 goals, 2 assists).
Mahrez has assisted nine of Jamie Vardy's Premier League goals - more than any other player.
Everton named eight English players in their starting XI, the second time they've done so in the space of nine Premier League games (also against Man City); prior to this, they hadn't done so in any of their previous 780 Premier League games, since naming eight in the starting XI against Manchester United on Boxing Day 1997.
Everton have now conceded 20 goals in the Premier League this season, their most after 10 matches of a league season since 1994-95 (22).
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indiscernible 2017-10-31 12:18 AM

#lcfc fans heading to #StoLei on Saturday will receive a free ‘Be Fearless’ scarf! 🦊
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"The first half performance was mesmerising at times."
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"We want to try and make this place a fortress." 🏟💪
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Top performance by the team & a big 3 points 💪🏼 #LCFC #EPL
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indiscernible 2017-10-31 12:20 AM

李斯特城新帥:球隊贏得不夠完美 1將可稱頂級球星

香港時間10月30日,在今天淩晨結束的一場英超聯賽中,李斯特城在主場以2-0的比數擊敗了愛華頓。

  新帥普埃爾給予21歲小將格雷正選出戰的機會,他也在比賽場上製造了一粒烏龍,鞏固了球隊的勝利果實。賽後普埃爾給予了格雷很高的評價,他還提到了李斯特城有很大的提升空間。

  普埃爾在接受天空體育採訪時說:「格雷具備成為頂尖球員的潛力。今天他在場上展示了自己的技術,下半場他為隊友們提供了很大的幫助。」

  「一場完美的比賽?我不知道用這個詞來評價這場勝利是否合適,但這確實是一場精彩的比賽。這場勝利非常來之不易,因為對手的表現也很出色。我們在上半場憑藉一次精妙的團隊配合建立起了領先優勢,那是一粒精彩的入球。」

  「下半場的比賽更加困難,對手一心想要扳平比數,所以他們加強了進攻。不過我們保持著一個積極的態度,大家齊心協力堅持到了最後。球隊收穫了一個理想的結果,我想要對球迷表示感謝,他們一直在支持著球隊。現場的氣氛非常棒,我對球員的表現感到非常高興。」
[url]http://soccer.sina.com.hk/news/3124/20171030/8067325/[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-31 12:22 AM

Free Scarves For City Fans Heading To Stoke

Leicester City supporters heading to bet365 Stadium on Saturday 4 November to watch the Premier League fixture against Stoke City will receive a free limited edition ‘Be Fearless’ scarf!
- Fans making the trip to Stoke City on Saturday (12:30pm kick-off) can claim a free ‘Be Fearless’ scarf
- Claude Puel’s men take on the Potters at bet365 Stadium in the Premier League
- Supporters can claim their scarf from the compound outside the away turnstiles by presenting their match ticket

The Foxes head to Staffordshire having recorded three wins on the spin in all competitions, with the latest coming against Everton on Sunday.

The Blue Army packed out King Power Stadium for Claude Puel’s first game in charge and watched on as a superb first-half performance saw Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray find the back of the net.

As a thank you to supporters making their way to the Potteries, they can lay claim to a free scarf by simply presenting their match ticket to members of Leicester City staff in the compound outside the away turnstiles at bet365 Stadium upon arrival.

Strictly one scarf per person.

Please ensure that you arrive early to collect your free scarf.

[url]https://www.lcfc.com/news/505410/free-scarves-for-city-fans-heading-to-stoke[/url]

indiscernible 2017-10-31 12:23 AM

Chilwell: Build On Filbert Way Form

Ben Chilwell has called on Leicester City to continue their productive Premier League form at King Power Stadium following Sunday’s 2-0 triumph over Everton.
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Three Wins On The Spin For City
Victory Delights Chilwell
Leicester City 2 Everton 0
- Ben Chilwell was thrilled to play over 80 minutes in Leicester City’s 2-0 Premier League win over Everton
- The Foxes moved up to 11th in the table thanks to goals from Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray at King Power Stadium
- Chilwell wants his side to continue capitalising on their solid home performances

The Foxes have lost only to Chelsea and Liverpool on home soil this term and in Claude Puel’s first game as manager, they made easy work of defeating the Toffees.

First-half strikes from Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray ultimately handed City the three points and for Chilwell, it was a job well done by his side.

“It was nice to get the start,” the Academy graduate told LCFC TV. “The manager showed confidence in me to start me in the first game which I was delighted.

“On a personal note, I wanted to prove to him that I can do the job in left midfield as well as in defence. It was a great win, especially at home in front of a crowd.

“That’s something that we really want to build on, like we have done over the past few years. We want to try and make this place a fortress and keep getting wins at home.”


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Chilwell: A Great Win
Ben Chilwell reflects on his involvement in Sunday's 2-0 win over Everton.
Gray, a team-mate of Chilwell’s at Under-21s level for England, added to Vardy’s 18th-minute strike to hand City a 2-0 lead heading into the interval.

Chilwell continued: “We always seem to play together, whether it’s him in front of me or today when we’re both on the wing.

“We’ve known each other for a few years and we’ve played together and we were both just happy to get the start today.

“We said to each other before the game just play how we play and be confident to try and secure our places in the team.”

Having already made six appearances in all competitions for City at left back this term, Chilwell took up a left midfield position against Everton and says he enjoyed playing in a more advanced role.

We got a clean sheet which is good, not just for the back four, but for the whole team too and we scored two good goals.
Ben Chilwell
“I don’t think I’ve actually played left wing before so high up the pitch since I was about 10 or 11 years-old,” he continued.

“It was something new, but obviously if I want to be playing there, then I’ve got to do a job there. I thought I did okay, but the important thing is that the team won.

“We got a clean sheet which is good, not just for the back four, but for the whole team too and we scored two good goals.”

Vardy’s sixth Premier League goal of the season came as a result of the Foxes being encouraged to play to their strengths on the counter attack by Puel, while City’s second came in somewhat fortunate circumstances.

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Ben Chilwell holds off the challenge of Everton's Beni Baningime.
Chilwell said: “We showed how could we can be on the counter attack so Claude has some in and said to us be solid in defence and then break how you have done.

“He’s seen how we can break so quickly so he’s really tried to drum that into us. The first goal was a great example of that.

“The second goal was maybe a bit lucky. We were high up the pitch and creating chances and we deserved the second goal.

“The way it came didn’t really bother us at all. The 2-0 lead going into half-time was massive. Going into the second half, if a team was going to score it was going to be us, but we didn’t have to. The clean sheet was important and the team defended well.”
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