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  1. Premier League Arsenal - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Aston Villa - Tier 3 Brighton & Hove Albion - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Burnley - Tier 3 Chelsea - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Crystal Palace - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Everton - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Fulham - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Leeds United - Tier 3 Leicester City - Tier 3 Liverpool - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Manchester City - Tier 3 Manchester United - Tier 3 Newcastle United - Tier 3 Sheffield Unit
  2. I'm sure it'll look better when they update the other 3 stands to blend in with this one. At the moment it's lipstick on a pig, wait until they've done the rest the make up before deciding. Besides this may not be how it's going to be.
  3. https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/update-leicester-city-plans-move-4736340 Update on when Leicester City plans to move into new £100m training ground The clubs wants in before Christmas and is in talks with the council ByDan MartinPolitics Reporter 16:33, 25 NOV 2020 Leicester City FC are to move into a new training ground near Seagrave Leicester City are planning to move into their new training ground next month now work on the £100 million complex is all but complete. The club has been developing a 185 acre former golf course si
  4. I was/wasn't there when we beat Man U 4-3 with Ken Keyworth and Denis Law scoring hat-tricks in April 1963. https://www.foxestalk.co.uk/history/matches/?mid=2603 I was there but was locked out, my brother managed to get in so I spent the game outside along with 1000s of fans with people sat on the gates letting us know what was happening. Looking back at the attendances I'm not sure why because there was 37002 people there yet a few weeks earlier there was 41622 for the Spurs match (Figures according to Foxestalk History) Not the biggest disappo
  5. This is Klopp's way of ensuring he'' get preferential treatment, He's just taking a leaf out of Pep's book.
  6. https://www.lutontoday.co.uk/sport/football/luton-town/luton-boss-labels-loan-foxes-midfielders-performance-against-blues-one-best-he-has-ever-seen-3046977 Luton chief Nathan Jones labelled midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s outstanding performance against Birmingham City last night as one of the best he has ever seen during his time as manager of the Hatters. It was high praise from the Town manager indeed, but worthy adulation too, with the Leicester City youngster superb throughout, looking every inch of the Premier League player his parent club hope he will become during h
  7. https://www.footballinsider247.com/exclusive-sheffield-wednesday-line-up-swoop-for-28-yr-old-leicester-city-signed-for-18m-in-16/ Exclusive: Sheffield Wednesday line up swoop for star Foxes signed for £18m in ’16 By Wayne Veysey Sheffield Wednesday are lining up a move for Leicester City flop Ahmed Musa, Football Insider can exclusively reveal. The 28-year-old forward has been released by Al Nassr and is now available on a free transfer after he helped them win the Saudi league. A Wednesday source has told Football Insider the club are keeping close tabs on
  8. Not really against it as I don't use them but just questioning if it's actual new jobs.
  9. Are they new or just taken from some other business near there that then goes but? There's only so much food that can be sold. I don't know but it seems possible.
  10. https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league-december-tv-row-23064445 Confirmation of the December TV games is expected later this week but a number of clubs are fuming that they face the prospect of playing three times in seven days ByMatt MaltbySports Journalist 07:55, 25 NOV 2020UPDATED07:57, 25 NOV 2020 The December TV fixture list announcement has been delayed as Premier League clubs are locked in crisis talks with broadcasters. The TV giants were hoping to announce next month's games on Tuesday but clubs have been contesting the pile-up of fix
  11. Kindhearted Foxes fans donate £162,000 in season ticket rebates to hospital The club paid a rebate out after the fans were banned from matches - but thousands donated some of the money for good causes https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/kindhearted-foxes-fans-donate-162000-4732082
  12. If you don't like the city shitty food here's an alternative coming soon. Although a drive thru when a match is on sounds like a recipe for disaster. https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/mcdonalds-plan-new-drive-thru-4733446 McDonalds is planning to open a new drive-thru restaurant near Leicester City’s King Power Stadium. The two-storey restaurant is proposed on a car park off Almond Road a short walk from the football ground at Freemen’s Common. Plans lodged with Leicester City Council say the new restaurant, also close t
  13. I think Joe Baler went in goal for them.
  14. https://worldfootballindex.com/2020/11/football-against-the-odds-leicester-city-and-english-footballs-greatest-achievement/ Football Against The Odds: Leicester City And English Football’s Greatest Achievement
  15. Merc - https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/handball-wasnt-given-what-schmeichel-4728167 Rank the Premier League clubs for fouls per game, and you could argue that City are one of the cleanest sides in the division. Their 88 fouls in nine games ranks them 19th, with Arsenal, on 87 fouls, the only side below them. But when it comes to yellow cards, City top the charts on 21. That’s already more than double their total tally of 41 from last season, which was the second fewest in the division. As for why City are picking up a disproportionate numbe
  16. Also Fellow full-back Ricardo Pereira is set to start his comeback with the Under-23s on Monday night after eight months out, while Caglar Soyuncu and Wilfred Ndidi are back in training, albeit a few weeks away from returning to action. No timescale has been set on Daniel Amartey’s return after his serious hamstring injury.
  17. Merc - https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/castagne-pereira-suyunci-ndidi-latest-4727564 Timothy Castagne’s return to action has been delayed following a “slight twinge” in his hamstring. After missing four games prior to the international break, Castagne had been declared fit by Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers in the run up to Sunday’s clash with Liverpool, but the Belgian international was then absent from the matchday squad. Rodgers said in his post-match press conference that while Castagne had been training, pain in his hamstring retur
  18. If the East Stand and Training Centre replaces a lot of the 'business' accommodation they could eventually knock it down and rebuild, I wouldn't be surprised.
  19. The new bits the lipstick the old bits the pig. I'm sure the pig will be eventually replaced by a Stallion.
  20. I hear they've just bought this marble quarry
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