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The taming of the Shrews?

Leicester Aug 26, 2014
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 Posted by Ben Jacobs
19 hours ago

Leonardo Ulloa propels Leicester City to first Premier League win since 2004

Nigel Pearson reacts to Leicester City's squad defeated Stoke City 1-0, where Esteban Cambiasso made his Foxes debut.

When Leicester forked out a club-record 8 million pounds for Leonardo Ulloa, eyebrows were raised. Fans were wary about paying so much for a Championship striker, especially after the fiasco that was Ade "Akinbadbiyi" in 2000.

Yet the Argentine now has three goals in four games, including a deft finish in Saturday's 1-0 victory at Stoke City. Intelligent Ulloa showed strong instincts to check his run before firing in Paul Konchesky's cross with his left foot.

The 28-year-old possesses deceptive pace,...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
3 days ago

Leicester to return to scene of dark day as they prepare for Stoke clash

Leicester fans look on dejected on the final day of the 2007-08 season as their relegation was confirmed at Stoke, who were promoted to the Premier League.

Leicester's darkest moment in recent history came at Stoke, the place they return to this weekend. The bad memory of that dreary stalemate on the final day of the 2007-08 Championship season still lingers, as that meant the Foxes were relegated to League One. It was the end of Ian Holloway's doomed tenure and prompted Nigel Pearson's first spell at the club.

- Palmer: Cambiasso to make Prem bow

The Leicester boss will gain most of his plaudits for last season's 102-point cruise to the Premier League,...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
3 days ago

Welbeck, Falcao, Blind, Cambiasso, Mangala debut for new Prem squads

As the international break comes to a close, the ESPN FC men give their most anticipated matches this weekend with Chelsea taking on Swansea City, Manchester United versus Queens Park Rangers, Manchester City versus Arsenal and the Madrid derby.

The break for international fixtures delayed a host of high-profile debuts in the Premier League, so this weekend's fixtures should include first appearances for these five players who moved in the final days of the summer transfer window.

Danny Welbeck
Club: Arsenal
Cost: 16 million pounds
Burning question: Can he add consistent goals to his obvious attributes?

Arsenal knew what they were getting when they signed up for a hastily arranged deadline-day deal to sign Welbeck from Manchester...



Sep 3, 2014

How did Leicester do in the window?

Leicester City's new signing, Esteban Cambiasso, is happy to play in England and now awaits for international clearance before he can take part in the Premier League.

Ins and Outs

Players in: Matt Upson (Brighton, free), Marc Albrighton (Aston Villa, free), Leonardo Ulloa (Brighton, undisclosed), Esteban Cambiasso (free agent), Jack Barmby (Manchester United, free), Ben Hamer (Charlton, free), Danny Simpson (QPR, undisclosed), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United, undisclosed), Nick Powell (Manchester United, loan)

Players out: Zak Whitbread (Derby, free); Lloyd Dyer (Watford, free), Sean St Ledger (released), Marko Futacs (released)

Summing up the transfer...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
Aug 31, 2014

Leicetser's draw vs. Arsenal should have been much more

A point against Arsenal -- a team Leicester hasn't beaten in the league since 1994 -- is clearly a superb result but one that will probably disappoint manager Nigel Pearson.

Once again, Leicester will get branded "resilient" and "well organised," but let's be honest, these are backhanded compliments -- ways for the media, or opposition managers, to imply the underdog successfully bridged the gulf in class. That doesn't mean they are not accurate adjectives, but you rarely hear the Premier League's...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
Aug 31, 2014

Three Points: Leicester vs. Arsenal

LEICESTER, England -- A trio of thoughts from Leicester and Arsenal's 1-1 draw in the Premier League.

1. Striker wanted: apply within

"Sign a striker" is the polite version of what travelling Gunners fans sang toward Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who glowered in a fashion as only he can. After a 2-2 result at Everton last weekend, this was another away draw. Just desserts too; Leicester deserved their point and might even have had more. After Alexis Sanchez's goal, Arsenal were punchless.

Early...