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  1. Protests over the penalty award https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47885860
  2. The following two matches after I was born were 0-0! First scorer there weeks later was Lenny Glover in a 1-1 draw with Norwich. First goal I saw live was Nicky Cross in a 1-0 win vs Man City. Mike Stowell was in goal for the the opposition
  3. As long as Ashley Barnes doesn’t score. Horrible whiny git, with a face you just want to slap
  4. Nathan Blake, one for the players you’d forgotten played for us thread!
  5. 4:30pm apparently https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/sport/17281330.bbc-pick-newport-county-or-wrexhams-fa-cup-clash-with-leicester/
  6. I really wish they could keep it there on Saturday although I realise that probably isn’t practical with thousands needing to access the stadium. Saturday’s match will be my first opportunity to be in Leicester since the tragedy, I’d love to see it and add to something myself.
  7. https://www.lcfc.com/news/895946/khun-vichai-tribute-t-shirts--free-breakfast-for-supporters-travelling-to-cardiff tribute t-shirts for Vichai 💙 Leicester City supporters attending Saturday’s Premier League fixture at Cardiff City will receive a free breakfast and a special tribute t-shirt in honour of the Club’s late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. - Leicester City supporters in attendance for our fixture at Cardiff City can collect a free t-shirt honouring Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha - The Premier League match kicks off at 3pm GMT at Cardiff City Stadium - T-shirts will be provided by LCFC staff inside the away concourse from 1:30pm GMT on Saturday - Travelling supporters can also receive a free breakfast, served at King Power Stadium from 6:30am to 9am GMT City’s fixture in Cardiff kicks-off at 3pm GMT on Saturday afternoon, with a free tribute t-shirt available to every travelling supporter with a valid match ticket. T-shirts can be collected from LCFC staff in the away concourse at Cardiff City Stadium from 1:30pm GMT on Saturday. Along with a t-shirt, fans can also claim a free breakfast in the Walkers Hall at King Power Stadium prior to leaving (served from 6:30am until 9am GMT) - a frequent gesture of Khun Vichai’s which was so popular among supporters during his Chairmanship. Fox Travel coaches are scheduled to depart King Power Stadium at 8:30am GMT. Breakfast will be available for every supporter with a valid match ticket. Supporters are kindly asked to wear their t-shirts in a demonstration of the affection felt for Khun Vichai and in gratitude for the love our Chairman extended to all members of the Leicester City family. Further details: Tickets for this fixture are now sold out. Supporters will be asked to produce a valid match ticket to receive a t-shirt and breakfast. Only one t-shirt will be available per ticket holder. The free breakfast provided will be: a bacon, egg and/or mushroom roll along with a choice of tea or coffee. Supporters with specific dietary requirements should email lcfchelp@lcfc.co.uk as soon as possible to arrange an alternative breakfast. Please note: The original intention of the Club was to provide free scarfs, but travelling fans will now receive a tribute t-shirt.
  8. According to this article they’ll be giving out t-shirts. I thought it was going to be scarves, but I guess not https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/special-tributes-leicester-city-cardiff-2177050?utm_source=messenger&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar
  9. Thanks, yes, I was about to do that 👍
  10. Just got one that came up online. There was just one. Keep checking. Hope they’ll let me pick up from the stadium in Cardiff as I’ll be travelling from Oxfordshire.
  11. During the Brighton v Fulham game, the commentator said that Brighton haven’t lost a home league match since January. Sure I was there watching Leicester win at Brighton in March
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