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 Posted by Ben Jacobs
3 days ago

Defeat at Crystal Palace is a necessary wake-up call for plucky Leicester

Leicester City couldn't muster up the same gusto they showed against United, as Crystal Palace easily handled the visitors.

A small part of me is actually glad Leicester lost to Crystal Palace. After all, it serves as a reminder not to get carried away by an otherwise encouraging start to the season. It would be all too easy, after the astonishing 5-3 victory over Manchester United, to get carried away. A 2-0 defeat at Selhurst Park just might keep the Foxes grounded.

Leicester looked a shadow of the team that shocked the 13-time Premier League champions last weekend. They lacked the hunger and intensity from their...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
4 days ago

Leicester must refocus at Crystal Palace after Man United comeback

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson looks at the fantasy impact of Adam Lallana, Leonardo Ulloa and Peter Crouch ahead of some easy fixtures for them in the weeks ahead.

Topping the sensational 5-3 comeback victory over Manchester United last weekend is going to be tough. Whatever now happens, that astonishing win will be talked about for years to come. However, Leicester's trip to Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park on Saturday is equally as important. It's the first chance to take points off another relegation-threatened side.

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Based on the opening five games, it might seem a bit harsh to dub the Foxes candidates for demotion, but until they reach 40 points (or 37 if...

 Posted by Tim Vickery
5 days ago

Leicester City's Leonardo Ulloa makes a case for South American signings

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson looks at the fantasy impact of Adam Lallana, Leonardo Ulloa and Peter Crouch ahead of some easy fixtures for them in the weeks ahead.

In just five Premier League matches, Leicester City center forward Leonardo Ulloa has already scored five goals -- more than half the number he managed in almost four years playing for San Lorenzo, Arsenal and Olimpo in Argentina's first division.

He has even got himself on the international radar. Argentina have plenty of top quality strikers, but they do lack backup options for Gonzalo Higuain in the tall, target man slot. New coach Gerardo Martino has said that Ulloa is being observed, although...

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Despite Chelsea's dominance, Swans, Villa, Saints and Leicester surprise

In Saturday's Premier League action, it is a day of derbies as Arsenal host Tottenham and Liverpool take on Everton at home.

While it is Chelsea's lightning-quick start to the season that means they are clear early title favourites, it bears significance that three of the Premier League's present top five were tipped in some quarters for the drop. Southampton, Aston Villa and Swansea all had tumultuous summers in their own ways. Their seasons could well still go either way, but going by performances thus far, they look set for successful campaigns, while Leicester City -- Manchester United's conquerors last weekend...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
Sep 21, 2014

Relentless Leicester's win vs. Man United proves they belong in the Prem

ESPN FC's Craig Burley explains why United faltered again as they lost to Leicester City for the first time since 1998.

Leicester's jaw-dropping 5-3 comeback victory over Manchester United was as slapstick as it was sensational. The final 30 minutes wouldn't have been out of place in a Laurel and Hardy skit.

When Manchester United were still at their pomp under Sir Alex Ferguson, Jamie Vardy was toiling for nonleague nobodies Stocksbridge Park Steels. Four years on, the 27-year-old found himself up against 151 million pounds of United firepower, including Radamel Falcao, Angel Di Maria and Marcos Rojo.

But not...

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Sep 21, 2014

Three Points: Man United fall apart at Leicester

ESPN FC's Craig Burley explains why United faltered again as they lost to Leicester City for the first time since 1998.

LEICESTER, England -- What a day: Manchester United had a 3-1 lead in the second half but conceded four goals in 20 dizzying minutes to lose 5-3 to Leicester. Here are three thoughts from their Premier League clash.

1. Foxes hunt down United

If it was excitement that Manchester United wanted when the Glazer family finally opened the piggy bank, they have it. The stultifying, ponderous fare of the season's opening weeks has gone, only to be replaced by chaos. Results are proving far harder...