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  1. It's me with the dark blue coat on waving my hands in this video. We swapped tickets last minute to allow a family of 3 to be together, we were lucky to be standing (the row in front and the rest of our row were all seated.) I think it is about being aware of your surroundings. I was flying down seats at Wolves surrounded by lads my age this season when we equalised but I'm not going to hurl myself into pensioners and women for the sake of atmosphere. I was still just as happy!
  2. Came away from the game at the weekend extremely disheartened not by the performance of the team but by a number of our 'supporters.' I think people often forget that footballers/managers, whilst living a privileged lifestyle, are human beings. Human beings respond best to praise and support, negativity breeds negativity. Booing isn't going to help anything and simply serves to make the situation worse. I understand the frustration in losing to a team like Cardiff at home, yes, we should be doing better in these games. The negativity shown towards what to me was a great effort and decent performance at the weekend against Man Utd was bizarre. We were undone by one error (from Ricardo who has been near faultless this season) and a piece of quality from a World Cup Winner and one of the best young talents in world football which was nothing to be ashamed of. Yes, we all know we need to improve our performance at the start of games. Booing substitutions however helps no one, not the player coming on or the team in general. Testament to Ghezzal for coming on and performing as well as he did in the circumstances, I do believe he will offer more and more for us moving forward. It really is coming to something when one of our own players (Chilwell) has to come out in the press and basically beg fans for support. - We are 11th in the Premier League, 3 pts off 8th. - We give the most minutes to young players in the League - We have a core of unbelievable young English talent including two of our own in Chillwell & Hamza. - We have a great youth team. - We are currently building what is touted as the most advanced training ground in European football. - This season saw the club beset by enormous tragedy, the club including the players have had to deal with that all in the public eye. A section of our 'supporters' really need a reality check, get behind the lads and support them during what is an exciting time for our club. Booing and general negativity isn't helping anything.
  3. He’s Dynamite, Running down the right Ricardo
  4. Vi - chai, Vi - chaiiiii He took us on our way The great escape in April, the champions in May And I know we'll keep on singing for you and we'll be backing top, backing top in June and repeat.
  5. Pearson's Tribute It is with extreme difficulty that I write to express and offer my sincere condolences and support to the Srivaddhanaprabha and wider King Power family. The tragic and shocking events of Saturday evening have impacted the football world in such a profound way with the news of Khun Vichai’s passing. His quiet yet authoritative aura, presence and personality have had an immeasurable influence on English football. The leadership and managerial processes he instilled and encouraged within Leicester City over a sustained period of time has borne fruit in such a way that people throughout the world witnessed the impossible by seeing a club win the Premier League in the most incredible circumstances. This most definitely ensured the belief that sporting miracles can happen. I have been privileged to manage both clubs owned by King Power, and at Oud-Heverlee Leuven in Belgium, have the task of building a club which can emulate King Power’s success in England. My regret is that he will not see the fruition of his vision. It is an important point to remember that, with both clubs, he chose to invest in clubs with potential, to nurture a club with a soul and culture founded on sound values, rather than achieving a ‘quick fix’. He has invested not just substantial financial support, but invested in the people and communities of these clubs. We here at Oud-Heverlee Leuven are still at an early stage, but the dual investment has been substantial. On a personal level, a manager could not have wished for a better boss. I have, through both good and difficult times, been afforded an unwavering support which has been a huge motivator and, in personally difficult times, a huge comfort. His warmth, humour and generosity have always been extended to my own family, something for which we will all be eternally grateful for. I will miss his guidance and wisdom – and certainly his mischievous sense of humour and singular chuckle! Our thoughts, of course, must now be with Khun Vichai’s immediate family, as well as the King Power family, and I’m sure the wider football world will offer some solace for his loved ones. I will miss 'The Boss'.
  6. Pearson's Message It is with extreme difficulty that I write to express and offer my sincere condolences and support to the Srivaddhanaprabha and wider King Power family. The tragic and shocking events of Saturday evening have impacted the football world in such a profound way with the news of Khun Vichai’s passing. His quiet yet authoritative aura, presence and personality have had an immeasurable influence on English football. The leadership and managerial processes he instilled and encouraged within Leicester City over a sustained period of time has borne fruit in such a way that people throughout the world witnessed the impossible by seeing a club win the Premier League in the most incredible circumstances. This most definitely ensured the belief that sporting miracles can happen. I have been privileged to manage both clubs owned by King Power, and at Oud-Heverlee Leuven in Belgium, have the task of building a club which can emulate King Power’s success in England. My regret is that he will not see the fruition of his vision. It is an important point to remember that, with both clubs, he chose to invest in clubs with potential, to nurture a club with a soul and culture founded on sound values, rather than achieving a ‘quick fix’. He has invested not just substantial financial support, but invested in the people and communities of these clubs. We here at Oud-Heverlee Leuven are still at an early stage, but the dual investment has been substantial. On a personal level, a manager could not have wished for a better boss. I have, through both good and difficult times, been afforded an unwavering support which has been a huge motivator and, in personally difficult times, a huge comfort. His warmth, humour and generosity have always been extended to my own family, something for which we will all be eternally grateful for. I will miss his guidance and wisdom – and certainly his mischievous sense of humour and singular chuckle! Our thoughts, of course, must now be with Khun Vichai’s immediate family, as well as the King Power family, and I’m sure the wider football world will offer some solace for his loved ones. I will miss 'The Boss'.
  7. We truly are global now! I have no idea why this is here, it's just at the bottom of the famous Escadaria Selaron. Thought I'd share it... Anyone else seen any LCFC references in odd places!?
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