Leicester City Wants Iheanacho To Improve

Leicester City have insisted that Kelechi Iheanacho will stay this month but the club wants the big-money striker to work harder according to reports from Mirror Sport. The Super Eagles forward cost Leicester £25million in August from Manchester City and is currently one of the club’s top earners. The 21-year-old Iheanacho has looked a shadow

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Kelechi Iheanacho Shuns Monaco’ N1.7b Bid Per Year, For British Passport

Super Eagles and Manchester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho has turned down an offer from French Ligue 1 champions Monaco according to report.Express reports that Kelechi Iheanacho was interested in moving to Monaco but said it can only be possible when he gets his British passport.” The source further reported that “Monaco were ready to bid

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Leicester City Is England’s Last Hope As City Crashes Out!!!

Manchester City crashed out yesterday after losing to Monaco on 6-6 aggregate with the away goal rule sending the last year semifinalist out of the competition. Their exit leaves Leicester City to become the burden bearer of England in the Champions league. Leicester City may be seen as a defending champion that is not doing

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Leicester City Ends Sevilla’s Hope of Quarterfinal On 3-2 Aggregate

Leicester City made history yesterday night thrashing Sevilla 2-0 and scaling through to their first ever champions league quarterfinal on debut. By reaching the quarterfinal, the Foxes also made England the nation that have reached the quarterfinals with highest number. Though the Foxes were defeated in the first-leg by 2-1, but it became obvious that

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Ranieri Beats Zidane To Win FIFA’s Best Men Coach Of The Year

Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri emerged as the Best Men Coach of the year 2016, beating Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane who was runner-up to the Italian manager. The 65-year-old Italian manager got rewarded for picking a relegation battling-zone-club to win the English premier league title for 2016. Prior to the begin of the 2015/2016

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