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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2016 9:09 pm 
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Leicester City’s title hopes have been dealt a major setback after the Football Association confirmed that Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct following his reaction to the red card he received against West Ham United on Sunday, meaning the club’s leading goalscorer is likely to have his mandatory one-match suspension extended by another game.

Vardy is automatically banned for Swansea City’s visit on Sunday but the England international now faces the prospect of sitting out the trip to Manchester United the following week after Jon Moss, the referee at the centre of so many controversial decisions at the King Power Stadium, mentioned in his match report the 29-year-old’s response to his dismissal as he left the pitch.

Moss, whose handling of the game has been widely criticised, has effectively thrown the book at the league leaders. As well as bringing the case against Vardy, the FA has charged Leicester with failure to control their players following the 83rd-minute penalty that Moss awarded West Ham. Both Vardy and Leicester have until 6pm on Thursday to reply to their charge.

The real concern for Leicester, however, surrounds Vardy. Already booked for a foul on Cheikhou Kouyaté – a decision that television replays would show to be harsh – Vardy received a second yellow card in the 56th minute for alleged diving, after he went to ground following a tangle with Angelo Ogbonna.

Vardy was clearly shocked and incensed when Moss brandished a red card, and his reaction to that decision may well mean that for the next two matches Leicester will be without a player who has scored 22 league goals this season and set up another six.

Vardy’s case will be examined by a three-person independent disciplinary commission, who will have the use of video evidence to decide whether the player should be punished further. If found guilty, the likelihood is that Vardy will not play again until Leicester host Everton in their final home game of the season on 7 May.

Diego Costa, the Chelsea striker, found himself in a similar position this month, after he was sent off at Goodison Park, and had his suspension increased by one match for his reaction to the referee’s decision and reluctance to leave the pitch.


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Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association after screaming “f***ing c***” in the face of referee Jon Moss.

Leicester have also been charged with failing to control their players after referee Jon Moss awarded the Hammers an 83rd-minute penalty in the Foxes’ 2-2 draw with West Ham.

Vardy angrily confronted Moss after his second yellow card, awarded for diving following a tangle with Angelo Ogbonna.

The FA was waiting for the official’s report into the incident but have now decided to charge the England striker, who is already due to miss Sunday’s visit of Swansea.

He could be hit with a further ban as Chelsea’s Diego Costa was given an additional one-game suspension for his reaction after he was dismissed in their FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Everton last month.

He was also handed a £20,000 fine and a warning as to his future conduct.

The Foxes players were also furious with Moss after he gave the Hammers a spot-kick after Wes Morgan and Winston Reid came together with seven minutes left.

The FA are also still studying comments from West Ham’s Andy Carroll after the forward hit out at Moss following his decision to award Leicester a stoppage-time penalty.

Leonardo Ulloa scored to rescue a draw and extend Leicester’s lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League to eight points, which Tottenham will cut if they beat Stoke on Monday.

Vardy and Leicester have until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge.


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3 points away from winning the title

Vardy banned for Utd game


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Chelsea to hand Leicester the title next week ..

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Well Leicester can win it before Spurs even play as they play Utd on Sunday whereas Spurs don't play Chelsea until Monday.

Obviously I hope they have to wait until Monday.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:34 pm 
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Riyad Mahrez has ruled out a summer transfer to home-town club and Ligue 1 champions PSG because he loves playing in the Premier League.

Mahrez has been one of the stand out players this season in the Premier League - he was announced PFA Player of the Year on Sunday evening after amassing 17 goals and 11 assists this season.

The 25-year-old has been linked with various clubs over the season and is sure to be a top transfer target for some of Europe's biggest clubs over the summer transfer window.

"Even today I am not too excited about the prospect of PSG. It is my town, but I do not see myself going back," Mahrez said.

"I don't really want to go back to France. France does not really excite me, I love England."

Leicester took a step closer to the Premier League title last night as Tottenham dropped two points against West Brom in their 1-1 draw.

Mahrez has been crucial to Leicester's fairytale season but the Algerian international has credited the fighters among the squad for their title push.

"We are fighters. And when I say to you 'fighters', I have never seen anything like this in my life. The guys are hungry like crazy and they let nothing go," Mahrez told French magazine Onze Mondial.

"You blast a shot straight into a guy's face and he doesn't even flinch."

Leicester only need three points from their final three games to win the Premier League title and could win it this Sunday when they travel to Old Trafford to play fifth place Manchester United, live on Sky Sports 1.


I really hope Leicester manage to keep the band together and have another go next year it will be harder as they'll be a scalp to all clubs as they'll want to beat the Champions and teams will also adjust to them to stop them but I'd love to see them have a proper go at things in Europe.

Mahrez will be a target to the top English sides though you take Utd as an example he'd be perfect on the right of our front 3 you could probably say the same for Arsenal or Chelsea but could they manage to get him out of Leicester?

There are rumours that Kante has a release clause in his contract which could be an issue if they can't re-negotiate with him.

Vardy has already signed a new deal so he's not going anywhere and to be honest I'm not sure the rest of them would be of much interest to the bigger clubs maybe Drinkwater.

Can see a the agents lining up at Leicester for new contracts for their clients though could be a busy summer for the chief exec.


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Will there hunger be there next season? They chase down every ball and give 100% every game. It's not as easy to do that as champions.

Would love to see them draw a Real Madrid or something in the group stages. An absolutely massive tie for the fans and be interesting seeing how they lined up. They play very much on a counter anyway and the pace of their counter could actually trouble Madrid. Think it would be s good watch.

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Will there hunger be there next season? They chase down every ball and give 100% every game. It's not as easy to do that as champions.

Would love to see them draw a Real Madrid or something in the group stages. An absolutely massive tie for the fans and be interesting seeing how they lined up. They play very much on a counter anyway and the pace of their counter could actually trouble Madrid. Think it would be s good watch.


You would imagine it will be but they'll need to rotate the team because you can't play at the intensity they do Saturday/Tuesday every week plus more of the players have become internationals this season. The same will happen at Spurs you look at the 4 teams who went into CL from England this season they were all blitzed by injuries around Xmas and run out of steam in the league as a result.

Leicester assuming they win it will be a top seed team due to the way the seedings work now so it's unlikely they'll get a giant but they could feasibly get Dortmund/Madrid/Napoli/Atletico Madrid in their group.


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 Post subject: Re: Leicester's Crispy Capers
PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2016 1:28 pm 
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The Leicester forward Jamie Vardy has been voted the 2016 Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers’ Association.

The England international topped the poll of 290 journalists with 36% of the vote, a clear winner ahead of his team-mates Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kanté

The 29-year-old striker has scored 24 goals for club and country so far this season as the Foxes close in on what would be a remarkable Premier League title triumph. They will be crowned champions should their closest rivals Tottenham fail to beat Chelsea on Monday evening.

Seven Leicester players received votes in the FWA poll, with the captain Danny Drinkwater, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, and defenders Wes Morgan and Danny Simpson being recognised by the voters.

Vardy will be honoured with the prestigious FWA accolade, which has been running since 1948, at a gala dinner in London on 12 May.

The FWA chairman, Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror, said: “It is testament to their all-round excellence that so many Leicester players polled votes from our members. The Jamie Vardy story, though, clearly captured the imagination of so many writers.

“His record-breaking feat of scoring in 11 consecutive matches is the jewel in what will surely be Leicester’s Premier League crown.

“And the Footballer of the Year award is not just a reflection of his fantastic season, but recognition of a remarkable journey from non-league to the international stage.”

Other players to receive votes from FWA members were the Tottenham striker Harry Kane, West Ham playmaker Dimitri Payet, Manchester City duo Sergio Agüero and Kevin De Bruyne as well as Spurs midfielder Dele Alli.

Vardy said: “It’s a great honour to win such a prestigious award and to have my name added to a list of previous winners that includes some unbelievable players. Thank you to the Football Writers’ Association and to everyone that voted.

“Thank you also to my team-mates, who are the reason I’ve been able to achieve anything. It’s been an amazing season for all of us at Leicester, based on teamwork not individuals, which you can see in the voting. Thanks also to the manager, all the staff and the fans for their support.

“We’re all totally focused on getting over the line in the final two weeks of the season and turning a great season into one we’ll never forget. Hopefully I can contribute to that and, if selected, carry some good form into the Euros this summer.”


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It was either him or mahrez .. Good to see both picking POTY ..

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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What an amazing achievement.

Ranieri will get his gaurd of honour at Stamford Bridge

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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2016 1:53 pm 
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Jamie Vardy would regularly attend Leicester training “still drunk” when he joined the club, according to their owner.

Vardy was voted FWA Footballer of the Year on Monday after a remarkable season in which he has scored 22 goals for Premier League champions Leicester.

The England international joined the Foxes from then-non-league Fleetwood Town in 2012 for £1million, with Leicester a Championship club at that point.

According to club owner Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, Vardy was so overwhelmed by the move that he would “start drinking booze every day”.

Srivaddhanaprabha added that Vardy would also turn up to training “still drunk,” and that it required a talk with the 29-year-old to curb his behaviour.

“He went straight from the bottom to the Championship, which eventually led him to start drinking booze every single day. We had no idea what to do,” Srivaddhanaprabha told Thailand’s a day magazine.

“I didn’t even know about this until someone told me that he came to train while he was still drunk.

“So I went to talk to him myself, I asked ‘do you wish to end your career like this? Do you want to stay here like this? We’ll let your contract run out then release you. Don’t expect a better career path.’

“He said he didn’t know what to do with his life. He’d never earned such a large amount of money. So I asked him ‘What’s your dream? How do you think your life should be? Just think carefully about what would you do for the club. I invested in you, do you have something in return?’

“After that he simply quit drinking and started working hard in training. His physicality wasn’t as good as it is now.

“We know he had explosive acceleration, but we simply had no idea he could be this good.

“He’s adapting, working on fitness training, he’s turned into a new person. And that’s better.”


Hard to say he's quit when last season he was caught racially abusing somone while drunk in a casino.


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Premier League champions Leicester City have signed goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler from Hannover 96 for an undisclosed fee.

The 27-year-old, who was part of the Germany squad that won the 2014 World Cup, has agreed a four-year deal.

"I heard about the great atmosphere and the fans, so my first impression is very good," he told the club website.

Zieler began his professional career at Manchester United, but never played a first-team game.

He was sent out loan to League One side Northampton in 2009, for whom he played two games.


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Watford have rejected a bid in excess of £15m from Leicester City for the striker Troy Deeney.

Watford are determined to keep their captain and have told the Premier League champions he is not for sale, it is understood.

Leicester are looking to increase their firepower and the club have held a long-standing interest in Deeney.

Deeney, who signed a five-year contract last summer, is understood to be happy at Vicarage Road with the club dismissing Leicester’s offer last week; Watford value the 27-year-old much higher than the Foxes’ offer.

Leicester also had offers rejected for Deeney two years ago as they prepared for the Premier League after promotion. But the Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri is not trying to replace Jamie Vardy with Deeney: the former Walsall striker is targeted to complement last season’s 24-goal top scorer.

Leicester are waiting on Vardy to decide whether he will join Arsenal after the Gunners activated his release clause. The England striker, currently preparing for Euro 2016, is not expected to make a decision until after the tournament.

It is understood Leicester have made a counter offer to Vardy but have not matched Arsenal’s deal.

Ranieri is looking for an additional goal threat having sold Andrej Kramaric to Hoffenheim, with Shinji Okazaki and Leonardo Ulloa scoring 11 league goals between them last season.

Deeney joined Watford from Walsall in 2010 in a deal that rose to 650,000 after their promotion to the Premier League in 2015. The League One club would be due a significant chunk of the money should Deeney leave after negotiating a sell-on clause when he left the Banks’s Stadium six years ago.

He has scored 90 goals in 243 league games for Watford, including five in his last five games of the 2015-16 campaign, as his team finished 13th.


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Leicester City have signed Nampalys Mendy from Nice on a four-year contract. The 24-year-old becomes the Premier League champions’ third summer signing, following Ron-Robert Zieler and Luis Hernández.

Although the fee is undisclosed, Leicester are understood to have paid around £10m for the midfielder, who said: “I am very happy to come to Leicester. The team have just enjoyed a great season and it’s excellent to be here. For me I want to play at this level. I like the Premier League and I follow every match. It’s fast and physical and I want to impose myself on the league.

“I know the coach [Claudio Ranieri], I know his mentality and I know his philosophy. When he speaks it’s direct and clear and I like this.”

Mendy began his career with Monaco, where he played every game under Ranieri during the 2012-13 season en route to winning the Ligue 2 title. Mendy is regarded as a similar player to N’Golo Kanté, who has a £20m release clause in his contract and has attracted interest from Chelsea and Paris-Saint Germain.

The central midfielder, who has been capped by France at under-21 level, helped Nice to fourth in Ligue 1 last season and played in every match for Claude Puel’s side.


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Premier League champions Leicester City have agreed a deal with CSKA Moscow to sign Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa, according to the player's agent.

The 23-year-old, who joined CSKA in 2012 and scored 54 goals in 168 games, is set to sign for a Foxes club-record fee of £16.6m.

"Everything has been finalised and Musa will be in England for his medical on Wednesday," Tony Harris told BBC Sport.

BBC Sport understands Musa turned down Southampton, Everton and West Ham.

CSKA Moscow coach Leonid Slutsky admitted the Nigerian, who can play as winger or striker, is on his way out of the club.

"He'll be leaving on Tuesday," Slutsky told the Russian media. "And if you look at the way things are done over there you'll see he is a player just made for English football."

Musa made his international debut against Madagascar in September 2010 and has scored 11 times in 58 appearances for the Super Eagles.

He scored twice in Nigeria's 3-2 loss to Argentina at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. In doing so he became the first Nigerian to score twice at a finals match and his first goal was his country's fastest goal at the tournament, coming after only four minutes.


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Leicester City have confirmed the signing of the Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa for an undisclosed fee, believed to be a club record £16m.

The Premier League champions have been seeking to strengthen their squad since the end of the season and had tried to sign Musa in January but saw a bid turned down by CSKA Moscow. But after finally making a breakthrough in negotiations, the 23-year-old is set to link up with Claudio Ranieri’s side before the new season.

“Leicester City is delighted to announce that they have reached an agreement for the transfer of striker Ahmed Musa from CSKA Moscow for an undisclosed fee, subject to Premier League and FA approval,” read a statement on Leicester’s website.

Musa, who began his career in Europe as a teenager with the Dutch side Venlo before moving to Russia in January 2012, has signed a four-year deal. He becomes Leicester’s fourth signing of the summer, following the arrivals of Nampalys Mendy, Ron-Robert Zieler and Luis Hernández.

“I feel very happy joining Leicester City, for me it’s one of the best clubs and I feel very happy,” he said.

“I joined because it’s one of the best clubs in the Premier League and they are like a family. That’s why I joined Leicester City and I’m very excited.

“I look forward to seeing the fans in the new season and I will do my best to make them happy.”

Musa scored 54 goals in 168 games for CSKA. The 2015-16 season was his most prolific, with 13 goals in 29 Russian Premier League matches.

He made his international debut for Nigeria against Madagascar in 2010 and has scored 11 times in 58 appearances for his country, including two goals in the 3-2 defeat by Argentina at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.


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Riyad Mahrez is set to reject Leicester City’s offer of a new contract after the Algeria forward decided he wants to pursue a new challenge away from the Premier League champions.

Mahrez, who joined Leicester in 2014 from the French side Le Havre for £375,000, has attracted widespread attention from clubs in England and overseas after his performances in their title-winning season.

The PFA Player of the Year still has three years to run of the contract he signed last August, in a deal which is believed to be worth £35,000 a week. However, having held talks with Leicester over a new deal believed to be worth in the region of £80,000 a week, Mahrez is understood to be unwilling to extend his stay at the King Power Stadium and has instructed his representatives to find him a new club this summer.

The news will come as a blow to Claudio Ranieri’s side, with the France midfielder N’Golo Kanté set to join Chelsea after a fee was agreed on Friday. The Italian had been optimistic about Mahrez’s future 24 hours earlier saying that he was confident the midfielder would stay at Leicester.

“He remains with us. He’s not the kind of man who will say: ‘Coach I want to leave.’ He is happy here,” said Ranieri at the club’s training camp in Austria.

The newspaper France Football stated that Mahrez has a desire to join a big European club, with Barcelona among the clubs to have been linked with him in the past.

In May Mahrez’s agent told the Guardian there was a possibility his client could leave the club after contributing 28 goals and assists in Leicester’s remarkable title-winning season.

“When you have been playing the way Riyad has this season it is bound to attract attention,” said Kamel Bengougam. “He is very happy with Leicester and of course it has been a fantastic season. They will play in the Champions League next year as well, so he would be happy to stay.

“But at his age, if the opportunity comes to play for a big team, then we would have to think about it. I’d say it’s 50/50 at the moment whether he stays or goes.”


He's not been linked with anyone since end of season guess with Kante off he's decided he wants his pay day as well he's PFA POTY never been a better time to cash in


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Ahmed Musa's two goals against Barca was briliant. may well be a bargain :thumbup:

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