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  • Emotional Mahrez seals City's win over Spurs

    Manchester City returned to the Premier League summit on goal difference with a 1-0 victory over fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur courtesy of an early goal by Riyad Mahrez at a subdued Wembley Stadium on Monday.

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    Thai court accepts $420 mn lawsuit against Leicester City owner

    A Thai anti-corruption court accepts a lawsuit accusing duty-free giant King Power, the company that owns Leicester City Football Club, of owing the state $420 million in unpaid taxes.

  • Mahrez says wants to leave Leicester

    Leicester City's Algeria forward Riyad Mahrez announces he wants to leave the 2016 Premier League champions, according to a statement reported by British media.

  • Mahrez reveals intention to move on

    Riyad Madrez has reveals his desire to move on from Leicester City.

  • Leicester plot Atletico downfall

    Leicester City remain a surprise guest at the top table of European football but a place in the Champions League semi-finals beckons if they can overturn a 1-0 first-leg deficit against Spanish heavyweights Atletico Madrid.

  • Simeone awaits pure night of football

    Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone believes his side face a "pure night" of football when they take a 1-0 to Leicester City's King Power for the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal.

  • Vardy got death threats over Ranieri sacking

    Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has said he was subjected to death threats and his wife targeted by aggressive motorists after allegations that he contributed to the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri.

  • I'm ready for Leicester job: Shakespeare

    Leicester City caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare said he was ready to take on the role full-time after overseeing an impressive 3-1 win against Liverpool in his first game.

  • Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is the bookmakers' favourite to replace compatriot Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager after the Italian was sacked by the Premier League champions on Thursday.

  • Premier League misery for Toure, Mahrez

    African stars Yaya Toure of Manchester City, Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City and Sadio Mane of Liverpool suffered English Premier League misery at the weekend.

  • Real, Leicester kept waiting

    Titleholders Real Madrid and English Premier League winners Leicester must both wait to take their place in the last 16 of the Champions League after they could only manage draws Wednesday on a night which saw just Dortmund advance.

  • Ranieri irked by Leicester's split personality

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri urges his side to take their fine European form into the Premier League after they closed on a place in the Champions League last 16.

  • Leicester right at home on Champions League bow

    The Leicester City fairytale has another chapter after they eased to a 3-0 away win in their Champions League debut on Wednesday, as Monaco beat Tottenham at Wembley in front of a record crowd for an English club.

  • Tigers maul Leicester

    Leicester's Premier League title defence gets off to an embarrassing start as the champions crash to 2-1 defeat at troubled Hull.

  • Drinkwater waiting for Leicester offer

    Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater admits he is still waiting for a new contract offer despite the Premier League champions moving to secure the futures of other stars.

  • Musa joins Leicester

    Nigerian international winger Ahmed Musa became Premier League champions Leicester City's second acquisition in a week on

  • Kante on his way to PSG?

    N'Golo Kante could leave Leicester City, reports Le Parisien.

  • Vardy wants Arsenal move, says Giroud

    France and Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud has fuelled speculation that Jamie Vardy is on his way to the Gunners by saying he has heard the Leicester City striker is keen to move.

  • Ranieri to get one of Italy’s highest honours?

    In the wake of Leicester City’s fairytale run to the English Premier League title, manager Claudio Ranieri is reportedly set to be named Grand Officer of the Italian Order of Merit, one of Italy’s highest honours.

  • Foxes jerseys in high demand

    German sportswear firm Puma has seen sales of Leicester City soccer jerseys rise fifteen-fold as a result of its winning the English Premier League title, chief executive Bjoern Gulden told a German paper.

  • Ranieri named best manager

    Leicester City's inspirational manager Claudio Ranieri picks up another piece of silverware after being elected Manager of the Year by England's League Managers Association (LMA).

  • Ranieri scoops LMA Manager of the Year award

    Claudio Ranieri collects another prestigious accolade after being named the League Managers Association's (LMA) Manager of the Year on Monday.

  • A security threat and a Spurs meltdown

    Manchester City secure fourth place and Arsenal overhaul their arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur to come second on a dramatic final day of the Premier League season when a bomb scare rocked Old Trafford.

  • Foxes steal a draw

    Danny Drinkwater struck a stunning late equaliser as Leicester City concluded their fairytale Premier League campaign with a 1-1 draw against outgoing champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

  • Ranieri comes full circle

    Claudio Ranieri's Premier League story comes full circle on Sunday as he returns in triumph to Chelsea for the final fixture of title-winners Leicester City's momentous and historic season.

  • Jamie vows to stay

    Jamie Vardy has given Leicester a huge boost by insisting he will stay with the Premier League champions next season.

  • Ranieri would 'love Italy job'

    Claudio Ranieri admits he would love to coach Italy one day but has committed his immediate future to a Leicester City side that, he believes, could spring a few surprises in next season's Champions League.

  • 'I almost quit coaching'

    New English Premier League champions Leicester City's coach Claudio Ranieri has revealed that a tough start to his career almost led him to quit coaching because of too much politics.


    Saturday was a day to remember for Ritchie de Laet, who managed the unprecedented feat of winning the Premier League and securing promotion to the Premier League on the exact same afternoon.

  • Ranieri is 'King of England', says mum

    Claudio Ranieri's triumph with Leicester City in England has more than made amends for his unsuccessful time at Roma, according to the Italian's 96-year-old mother.