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Leicester City

Relegation candidates by the numbers

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Premier League season in a sentence - how did your team do this term?

The ESPN FC talk about the Premier League team of the year.

As the dust settles on another Premier League season, it is time to reflect on the campaign and how it went for each club. Was it a success or failure? We asked our Premier League bloggers to assess their season in a sentence.

1. Chelsea

Worthy champions from start to finish -- "boring" is just a jealous state of mind.

2. Manchester City

Taken to the cleaners by Arsenal in the Community Shield, ill-prepared City did not heed that wake up call and suffered for most of the season.

3. Arsenal

Although...

 By John Duerden

Why a Premier League relegation scrap is not the best move for Shinji Okazaki

Japan striker Shinji Okazaki has been the main man for Bundesliga club Mainz over the past two seasons.

How long can you be underrated when you are continually described that way? Perhaps Shinji Okazaki knows, even if that phase of the Japanese forward's career is behind him. The Mainz man, who is now one of Bundesliga's best, has been the club's go-to-guy for goals over the past two seasons. Fans in Germany as well as Asia know what Okazaki has to offer, but it looks like it is time for him to move on.

There is talk of Leicester City readying a bid of around $12 million for the striker. There is...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester finale versus QPR one to savour for supporters

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson commends his side for the impressive run that led to securing safety from relegation.

By late February fans feared Leicester would have nothing to play for by the time the season finale versus Queens Park Rangers came around. Leicester looked certain for a swift return to the Championship, but manager Nigel Pearson had other ideas.

Leicester's bullish boss -- who claims to be "touchy feely" behind closed doors -- masterminded six late-season wins, starting with April's 2-1 victory over West Ham, to somehow survive with a game to spare. Leicester have taken 19 points from their...

 By Chris Wright

Free beer laid on for Leicester City fans after relegation avoided

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson commends his side for the impressive run that led to securing safety from relegation.

Having risen phoenix-like from the relegation zone's murky depths -- with six wins from eight games -- to secure their Premier League status for another year, spirits are understandably high at Leicester City at the moment.

As such, the club's owners are hoping to facilitate a party atmosphere at the King Power Stadium for the final game of the season against QPR on Sunday by laying on free beer for the fans in attendance.

Leicester vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has announced that every...

 By Ben Jacobs

Jamie Vardy deserves England call-up after sparking Leicester revival

Jamie Vardy (right) has been called up tp Roy Hodgson's latest England squad.

Jamie Vardy's England career is likely to be short, so he should enjoy his surprise call up.

The 28-year-old will savour featuring for the Three Lions in June's friendly with the Republic of Ireland and the Euro 2016 qualifier with Slovenia.

Only three years ago Vardy was playing non-league football for Fleetwood, while flash back five years and he was turning out in front of fewer than 500 fans for Stocksbridge Park Steels. Now, in an astonishing fairytale, he's on Roy Hodgson's radar.

In reality...

 By Ben Jacobs

Like or loathe him, Nigel Pearson deserves respect for Leicester escape

Leicester boss Nigel Pearson was delighted after securing Premier League survival following Saturday's draw at Sunderland.

Armed with only a walking pole, Nigel Pearson once fought off wild dogs in the Carpathian mountains, yet even that tale of raw survival pales into insignificance compared to Leicester's great escape.

Two months ago the Leicester boss had totally lost the plot. City were rooted to the foot of the table and Pearson's reputation was plummeting. Rumours regarding his departure were unfounded in the end but it was clear he was under threat.

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