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  1. https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/leicester-city-oneill-pierpoint-finance-5248687 Pierpoint recalls the early 90s.
  2. https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2021/03/18/running-a-football-club-amidst-covid-19-back-to-business-basics
  3. Looks like Pierpoint is backing Rodgers - Tribal Football Good to see this kind of mentality from an ex-boardroom POV- long term continuity in breeding footballing success!
  4. Foxes heroes including Emile Heskey and former captain Matt Heath have revealed how an innovative approach to reserve team fixtures at the club changed the footballing landscape. And the concept would go on to break attendance records at clubs across the country. Family Night Football (FNF) was a unique concept devised and developed by Leicester City’s club marketer Richard Hughes in the 90s. Alongside renowned chief executive Barrie Pierpoint, the duo aimed to revolutionise the way reserve team football was viewed, drawing inspiration from American sports games and family enter
  5. A new ‘tell it all’ book by one of Leicester City FC’s most renowned board members of the 90s promises to relive the glory days of The Foxes journey to the top. And it features contributions from over 40 prominent players, team managers and celebrity fans, including striker Emile Heskey, manager Brian Little and TV chef Rustie Lee. Minding My Own Football Business is the story from Barrie Pierpoint, LCFC’s first chief executive and director of marketing in the 90s. Promising to be a must read for any fan of The Foxes, the book, which includes a foreword by city legend Steve Wals
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