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  1. DerbyshireFox

    Lap of honour

    “Our spirit exists because of the love we share for each other and the energy it helps to create, both on and off the pitch, and in the years to come, it will continue to be our greatest asset” Vichai’s words have never felt more apt 💙. So much to be proud of. In time we will come through this and go again
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    New chants and songs

    Loved it, couldn’t catch the first part of it in C2, but can’t wait to get it going at Brighton
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    January Transfer Window Thoughts & Rumours

    Everton, West Ham (as usual 🙄) & Newcastle linked with Brahimi in the gossip columns today. Some may say not another one from Portugal, but pacey and skilful, and out of contract in the summer. Agree that Loftus-Cheek would compliment our midfield options
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    Souvenirs on ebay

    Burnley didn’t have the whole of the away end yesterday, probably 1000-1500, the rest of the ‘away’ section was given to home fans, hence the even bigger sea of white
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    Post match thread Leicester 0-0 Burnley

    For the second week running the game passed me by mostly. Pre and post match were wonderfully done, and the Walk whilst soggy 🤣 was a wonderful event. In football terms should have been comfortably ahead by half time, but with the events of the past few weeks we were bound to tire second half. How Top did that walk around the pitch at the end I will never know. Incredible to see Pearson, Ranieri, Esteban and co and to hear the appreciation. The players, the club, and the fans have been top drawer since the tragedy, Vichai would be proud. The world has had it’s eyes on Leicester, and we have led by example again 🦊💙
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    Souvenirs on ebay

    A few reports floating about of people returning to their seats after half time to find their bags had gone - in very poor taste if they’ve been taken.
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    Cardiff Away post match 1-0

    A special day, the scenes pre and post match will stay with me for a very long time 🦊💙
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    Away Supporters Today

    More than likely down to people not knowing how to feel, or struggling to get into things with everything that’s gone on this week. The game was just happening in the first half. I think we did the lads and ourselves proud yesterday, and they clearly appreciated it
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    Away Supporters Today

    Hands down best away end I’ve been in. Wonderful tributes, Grays goal and the 15 minutes at full time the players spent in front of the fans. Got caught with my scarf up on the post match video 🙈 then getting back to the KP to be serenaded by the gospel choir finished it all off 🦊💙🙏. Proud 😢
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    A Compilation of Tributes

    A friend who is a Mansfield fan sent me this tonight. Their directors laid this tonight at the KP to add to the overwhelming tributes. We played them in pre season the year we won the title 💙🦊😢
  11. I’m in the same boat unfortunately. The club are offering refunds to those unable to attend so presumably the tickets can be re-sold “Supporters that purchased tickets for the original date and are no longer able to attend the fixture can claim a refund by emailing ticketsinfo@lcfc.co.uk with supporter number, name, seat details and a contact telephone number. Refunds will be accepted until 6pm on Friday 16 November for tickets purchased before the game was taken off sale”
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    Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has died at the age of 60

    Puel's statement for Vichai Claude Puel began today’s press conference. “This has been without doubt one of the hardest weeks in this football club, the tragic loss of five lives has left us numb, with sadness and shock. “Our love is with Vichai’s family and the other families who have lost loved ones. “Vichai made Leicester what is is. He made it a family, he invested in the club, invested in the city, invested in the people. He truly was loved inside and outside the club. “Personally it was privilege to work for him, the belief he showed in me and the great moments we shared. “Seeing all of the messages, shirts, flowers, shows the amount of lives he touched. He leaves behind a legacy that will be remembered and a vision that the club and myself as manager will take forward. “I have never been prouder to be manager. In difficult circumstances, the togetherness shown by everyone, has shown what a special club this is. “The football has not been at the front of our minds, but we will play to remember the man that did so much for our club.”
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