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  1. Premier League Saturday night football

    I’m not keen either but Fans want more games on tv and this is their way of answering fans wishes of putting more games on tv as we are never going to get the Saturday 3pms
  2. Bidding Begins For Signed, Match-Worn Poppy Shirts The Blue Army can now bid on the signed, poppy-adorned Leicester City shirts worn by the Club’s stars during the Premier League fixtures against Everton and Stoke City! - Signed, poppy-adorned shirts worn against Everton and Stoke City are now up for auction - The Foxes collected four points from Claude Puel's opening two matches at the Club - Last season, over £16,000 was raised by the Blue Army on shirt auctions - Proceeds raised will go directly to the Royal British Legion Donning poppy shirts in a mark of respect to British servicemen and women who have lost their lives in conflicts all over the world, City collected four points from Claude Puel’s opening two matches. With all proceeds raised going directly to the Royal British Legion, bidding on match-worn shirts is the perfect opportunity to secure a piece of Foxes history while also contributing to a worthy cause. Last season, supporters helped raise over £16,000 from shirt auctions alone and now this season’s have been added to eBay to once again support the Legion’s tireless fundraising efforts. The successful bidder will be sent their shirts shortly after confirmation with a certificate of authenticity from Leicester City. Simply click on your favourite player below to place your bid! Wes Morgan Jamie Vardy Riyad Mahrez Harry Maguire Andy King Wilfred Ndidi Kasper Schmeichel* Kasper Schmeichel Demarai Gray Christian Fuchs* Christian Fuchs Marc Albrighton Danny Simpson* Danny Simpson Shinji Okazaki Islam Slimani Vicente Iborra Ben Chilwell Ben Hamer* Ben Hamer Daniel Amartey Alternatively, click HERE to go to a full list on eBay. * Two shirts are available for these players.
  3. New training ground

    Correct they do but it’s only open on selected dates, predominantly when the international breaks are in operation im not saying we have “revolutionary” training methods that we should hide but having a private secluded Training ground can only surely be a positive change
  4. New training ground

    It’s not just that, they have no privacy at Belvoir drive with the houses over looking the place
  5. Busy Christmas - 4 games in 213 hours

    Yep seen this mentioned the other day 21 televised games over these 13 days 17 on Sky, 4 on BT
  6. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Yeah token payment best describes it, that payment covers nearly everything Undersoil heating and floodlighting. Ticket office and turnstiles. Drug testing and medical facilities. Concession areas cleared of snow and ice as required. Team changing rooms, plus changing rooms for ball persons and officials. Security, cleaning, pest control. Stadium tannoy, generator, CCTV surveillance system and monitors. LED pitch-side signage, scoreboards and jumbo video screens at each end of the pitch they only have to make additional payments if any of the following happens Extra payments West Ham could have to make annually £1m if they win the Champions League £100,000 if they win the FA Cup or Europa League, or qualify for it £250,000 if they qualify for the Champions League group stages (All payments linked to inflation) £375,000 if they finish in the top five in the Premier League, with smaller payments for other lower positions in the top 10
  7. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Won’t be homeless if they get relegated there “rent” reduces from £2.5 million a year to under a £1 million pound a year
  8. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    So when asked Alan Smith agrees with the match sponsors that de bruyne should be MOTM but then gives it to David Silva
  9. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Thought I must of been missing something with Alan Smith keep stating he was onside
  10. Man City - League Cup

    https://www.efl.com/news/2017/november/round-five-draw/ The Carabao Cup Round Five draw was made on Thursday 26th October, revealing the four ties that make up this year's Quarter-Finals. Bristol City, who have knocked out three Premier League sides en route to this stage, were handed a plum tie against champions Manchester United at Ashton Gate, which will be played in the week commencing 18th December. West Ham United fought back to win a thrilling London derby at Tottenham Hotspur in Round Four, and they face another capital clash when they travel to Arsenal, who themselves made a late comeback to advance. Chelsea were the first ball drawn out, and the five-time winners will welcome AFC Bournemouth to Stamford Bridge in their last-eight tie. The other tie will see two teams with seven Cup wins between them face off. Leicester City, winners in 1964, 1997 and 2000, host four-time winners Manchester City at the King Power Stadium. Round Five fixtures Tuesday 19th December Arsenal v West Ham United (7:45pm) Leicester City v Manchester City (7:45pm - live on Sky Sports) Wednesday 20th December Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth (7:45pm) Bristol City v Manchester United (8pm - live on Sky Sports)
  11. Michael Carrick - Interest

    Always thought it was a strange decision for Jose to make him captain at the start of the season
  12. The Living Wage at LCFC

    Wonder if this includes the food kiosk staff on the concourses as most clubs are not responsible for their wages
  13. Match vs Stoke on Skysports Mix

    It’s 121 on sky
  14. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    More TV game selection issues
  15. Carry On Cup QF - Man City at Home

    The EFL would like to apologise for a number of third party technical issues that affected coverage of today’s previously advertised Carabao Cup Round Five live draw at Twitter HQ. The EFL has received an apology from Twitter UK for the delay which is believed to have occurred as a result of a faulty encoder. The EFL has requested a full explanation into the events that led to this afternoon’s unacceptable delay. Twitter has also apologised to supporters via their UK Twitter account. A Twitter spokesman said: "We're sorry for the issues that led to the delay of today's Round Five draw. We would also like to apologise to the thousands of supporters who had been patiently awaiting news of who their team would be playing.” The draw had been scheduled to go live at 4pm UK time but in the end the draw was pre-recorded and published to @Carabao_Cup Twitter channel at 5.45pm. The ties drawn are as follows and will be played week commencing 18th December. Carabao Cup Round Five draw: Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Arsenal v West Ham United Leicester City v Manchester City Bristol City v Manchester United