Tag Archives: Thomas Muller

Leicester sign Poland winger Kapustka

3 Aug

Kapustka (left) was impressive for Poland in their 1-0 win over Northern Ireland at Euro 2016 Leicester have signed Poland winger Bartosz Kapustka from Cracovia, subject to Football Association, Premier League and international clearance. The 19-year-old has cost a reported £7.5m and has signed a five-year deal with the top-flight champions. Kapustka impressed for his […]

Leeds United scrap ‘pie tax’ on tickets

24 Jul

Leeds United introduced the ticket price increases in December 2015 Leeds have scrapped a controversial “pie tax” that had been introduced on some match-day tickets at Elland Road. The club raised the price of adult tickets in the South Stand by £5, which also included a “meal deal” voucher. A statement on the club website […]

The 2016/17 home and away kits for Europe’s elite ranked including Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United

16 Jul

A new season and everyone knows what that means – new kits! Most of Europe’s top sides have released their new ensembles for the forthcoming season as they prepare to wear them for the first time on their preseason tours. CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE CONFIRMED AND RUMOURED PREMIER LEAGUE KITS FOR THE 2016/17 […]

Another Foxes star linked

7 Jun

Arsenal also want to sign N’Golo Kante from Leicester as they await Jamie Vardy’s decision, reports in France have claimed. Arsenal have triggered the release clause in Vardy’s deal and the striker is now deciding whether to accept a reported £120,000-a-week offer from the Emirates Stadium. The Foxes could be set to lose two […]

Is this the big clue Roberto Di Matteo is set to be named Aston Villa’s next boss?

20 May

Di Matteo, 45, is the front-runner to succeed Remi Garde in the Villa Park hot-seat ahead of Nigel Pearson. The Italian has experience of the Championship and led West Brom to promotion in 2010. He has been out of work since leaving German club Schalke last year.

New Cardiff boss Paul Trollope insists he won’t be distracted by Wales role

20 May

New Cardiff boss Paul Trollope insists being part of the Wales coaching staff at Euro 2016 will not hinder the Championship club. Trollope was confirmed as Russell Slade’s successor on Wednesday, although Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman declined to disclose the length of the contract at a hastily-arranged press conference. The 43-year-old joined Wales manager Chris […]

Is Match of the Day biased? See how your club fared in this season’s running order

17 May

Despite a third successive top-half finish, Mark Hughes’ side closed the BBC’s Premier League highlights show on nine occasions. West Brom were next on the list, on last eight times, while Bournemouth, Everton and Swansea all received bottom billing on seven occasions. Every club except Arsenal and Manchester City ended the programme at least once. […]

No Rooney, Deeney in: How England’s Euro 2016 squad would look if it was picked on stats

13 May

CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE WHO WOULD BE IN ROY HODGSON’S ENGLAND SQUAD IF IT WAS BASED ON STATS Meanwhile, Troy Deeney, Simon Francis and Mark Noble should all be on the plane according to their average match ratings on WhoScored. Roy Hodgson announces his squad for the competition on Monday.

Chelsea v Leicester City

13 May

Claudio Ranieri has won his first league title, 12 years after finishing second with Chelsea TEAM NEWS Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois could return from illness for the visit of champions Leicester City. Willian is a doubt with a hamstring strain, while Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic are unlikely to be risked and John Terry is […]

Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester City

19 Mar

Leicester have opened up an eight-point gap at the top of the Premier League after sealing a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace. The Foxes made a bright start to the match against an out-of-form Palace, who have now gone 13 league matches without a win and have lost their last six at home. Shinji Okazaki […]