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    Kasper on sky sports

    We are incredibly lucky to have somebody of his charisma and integrity at our football club. The fact he is a tidy goalkeeper is a bonus really! I really hope he is around the club in one capacity or another for many years to come.
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    Car park

    Just roll up to the car park gates, your name will be down on a list
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    Vichai had a dream....

    I thought this worked really well last night at Fulham
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    Saturday 10th November- Walk for Vichai

    Looks incredible what a display of unity
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    Fulham Away

    Good to see this sell out,new ground for me.
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    Fulham Away

    Under 20 remaining now, heading for a sell out
  7. Would need to apply for a raffle license so auction quickest format
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    Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has died at the age of 60

    Assume it was taken Saturday morning before supporters coaches left for Cardiff?
  9. Would love a massive crowd for this one
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    Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has died at the age of 60

    Yesterday didn't seem real, I didn't find out until Sunday morning about the crash, today is sadly very real. The montage on TalkSport this morning, caught me unawares as I got in the car for the daily commute. The way that the club has been transformed under the stewardship of Vichai and of course the very obvious high's we all experienced in 2016 is only a small part of what he and his family have brought to the fans and the people of Leicester. His legacy runs so much deeper than that glorious season - the esteem in which he is held beyond Leicester is also becoming obvious with not only statements from football clubs all around the world but also the highest offices of power. To take a quote referring to someone elses passing, I feel can well be applied to Vichai - "I will not say we will not see his like again because I hope we will. His spirit does not belong to an age, it belongs to all ages." I will raise a glass of Singha this evening to the memory of the man and his family, the same way I toasted the title and on those wonderful Champions League nights that I was privileged to be part of. Thank you Khun Vichai, you will never be forgotten. Thought's with your family and the others who passed on Saturday.