Posts Tagged "Leicester City"

On Financial Fair Play & Legal Threats

On Financial Fair Play & Legal Threats

By on Feb 27, 2014 in Finance, Latest | 1 comment

It was always likely to only be a matter of time before somebody issued a legal challenge to somebody’s Financial Fair Play rules somewhere in this country. After all, the acquisition of debt has become one of the defining characteristics of football in this country from the very top of the professional game down in recent years. Indeed, in some respects it...

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Match Of The Past: Leicester City

By on Oct 5, 2012 in Latest, Video | 1 comment

We continue our series of archive videos of the clubs of the Football League Championship with Leicester City, and six matches from the years between 1947 and 1992. Our first match is from the 1947 FA Cup, and sees Leicester travel to a snowbound St James Park for an FA Cup Fifth Round match against Newcastle United. The second match, meanwhile, comes from the...

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Eriksson’s Departure Hints At Another Transitional Season For Leicester

By on Oct 24, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

Like many celebrities these days, Sven Goran Eriksson has come to be known by his first name alone. Eriksson has one other thing in common with many others at the bottom end of that particular part of the food chain, as well – he has become rather better known in recent times for proclivities that have little to do with his day job than for for what he is...

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One Leicester Shuffle: The Continuing Adventures Of Milan Mandaric

One Leicester Shuffle: The Continuing Adventures Of Milan Mandaric

By on Aug 28, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 5 comments

At first glance, Leicester City’s latest takeover looks like the standard modern football ownership deal. A heady mix of over-ambition, multi-million pound transfer budget promises and “the Premiership within five years” (its been the Premier League for over three years now and still some of them get it wrong). On closer inspection, though, differences emerge. The...

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