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5 Nov 2019
Leicester City FC is currently showing many more promises as Liverpool FC fights back.
4 Nov 2018
Leicester City and Cardiff City players, team officials and fans paid their respects on Saturday (November 3) to the victims of last weekend's helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium which led to the deaths of Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others.
29 Oct 2018
Leicester City soccer club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, a Thai tycoon, was killed along with four others when his helicopter crashed and then exploded after a Premier League match on Saturday, the soccer club and police said on Sunday.
28 Oct 2018
Eyewitness footage shows a fire burning and emergency services at the aftermath of the crash.
17 Oct 2017
Media reports suggest Leicester City sack manager Craig Shakespeare.
18 Apr 2017
'We're here to have a right go', says Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare as his team attempt to overturn a 1-0 deficit against Atletico Madrid and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.
10 Apr 2017
Atletico madrid head coach Diego Simeone believes Leicester City are similar to his team.
24 Feb 2017
Some of the key stats from Claudio Ranieri's memorable reign as Leicester City manager.
20 Feb 2017
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri insisted he is not disappointed with his team's performance during his side's 1-0 to Millwall in the FA Cup.
12 Jan 2017
6 Jan 2017
Leicester City's Algerian playmaker Riyad Mahrez is awarded the African Footballer of the Year award at a ceremony in Abuja.
1 Jan 2017

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