Leicester City’s Best Summer Signing is… ( YOU DECIDE!)

Goood Morning Fellow 100%LCFC Fans!!

We are 8 games in to the Premier League season and what a rollercoaster of a ride we have had so far!  The Foxes have Gained 9 points with 2 wins (Against Stoke City and Manchester United) 3 Draws (Against Everton, Arsenal and Burnley) And have 3 losses (Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Newcastle) Scoring 11 goals in the process but conceding 13 goals also leaving the foxes in 15th just 2 points ahead of the relegation zone.

Our Next 8 Premier League Games come against Swansea City (A) , West Brom (H)  , Southampton (A) , Sunderland (H)   QPR(A) , Liverpool (H) , Aston Villa (A) , Manchester City (H)  . Realistically we should be able to gain atleast another 8-10 points to keep our points total ticking over…

From our 11 goals scored Club Record, Summer signing Leonardo Ulloa has scored 5 Premier League Goals so far this season, with Jamie Vardy, Jeffery Schlupp, Esteban Cambiasso, Riyad Mahez, David Nugent and Chris Wood all scoring one Premier League Goal so far..

We have also had the chance to watch all but TWO first team summer signings. With Matthew Upson still on the injury table (unlikely to see him till january) and Nick Powell Yet to play. We want to know who has been Leicester’s Best Summer Signing or are we yet to see the best player in terms of Matthew Upson and Nick Powell.

Transfer GOSSIP….

Neither of the Premier League heavyweights have yet made a move for the England U21 international but are both keen on the centre-half

Young Leicester City defender Liam Moore is being scouted by Arsenal and Manchester City both are monitoring the England Under-21 international.

The Leicester City Defender has been hugely impressive during the foxes promotion campaign last season and they tied him down to a new three-year deal in the summer.

But that may not dissuade either the Gunners or champions City from making a move after compiling their scouting reports on the 6ft 1in defender, who can play right-back and centre-half.

Manuel Pellegrini want to boost their number of home-grown players so Moore could appeal to them as a long-term prospect. Where as Arsenal are also determined to strengthen their defensive options in January after leaving themselves short at the back.

It remains to be seen whether either club will follow up on their recent scouting missions to check on Moore.

Are You Going To Swansea On Saturday?!?

By Car     Postcode (SA1 2FA)
Leave the M4 at Junction 45 and take the A4067 towards the City Centre (sign posted A4067 South). Stay on the A4067 for around two and half miles and you will reach the stadium on your left. Car parking at the stadium is for permit holders only and most of the immediate residential areas around the stadium now have ‘residents only’ parking schemes in place.

There is no matchday car parking available at the stadium or surrounding area for visiting supporters in cars. Visiting supporters in cars are advised to park in the signposted Park and Ride car park off Junction 45 of the M4 at a cost of £5 per vehicle.

Shuttle coaches will take you to and from the stadium. Visiting supporters in coaches and mini buses are able to park at the stadium (under police instructions) at a cost of £10 per vehicle. Don’t be tempted to park on the nearby Retail Park as you may well end up with a ticket for your trouble!

By Train
Swansea High Street Station is on the main line route from London Paddington. It is about two miles from the stadium. Regular local bus services (routes 4, 4a,  and others) and taxis  are available from the train station to the stadium. Otherwise if you have time on your hands and wish to embark on the 25-30 minute walk, then as you come out of the station turn right and go up the High Street. At the traffic lights turn right into Neath Road. Proceed straight along Neath Road and you will eventually reach the stadium on your right. Train takes 4 hours 30mins cost £74-90 for off peak return but you will not get back until Sunday.

Poll/Quiz/Debate of the Day!! – Tuesday 21st September 2014

Check This Out!!

Each day we will add a poll, a quick 5 question quiz or a debate about the past week events!

Today, We have got a short 5 question quiz for you guys!! Leave you answers in the comment section below and share with your fellow LCFC fans!! Or, Wait till 7pm where the questions will be shared on our Facebook page!


1) Which SIX players have worn Leicester City’s number NINE shirt in the Premier League?

2) Which SIX players have worn Leicester City’s number ONE shirt in the Premier League?

3) Which Player Has The Most Premier League Appreances For Leicester?

3a) How many Leicester Premier League Appearences does this player have?

4) Which TWO players have scored the most Premier League Goals for Leicester City?

4a) How Many Leicester Premier League Goals Does These Players Have?

5) Who Scored Leicester City’s Last Sky Bet Championship Goal?

Tie Breaker… Who Scored Leicester City’s First Premier League Goal Of 2014/2015 Season?

Match Report : Sunderland U21 1-0 Leicester City U21

Liam Agnew’s late penalty proved decisive as Leicester City U21 Lost to Sunderland.

Agnew converted from the spot two minutes from time after sub Rees Greenwood was brought down by Foxes defender Joe Davis.

The Black Cats – who included senior men Costel Pantilimon, Cabral, Danny Graham and Charis Mavrias – moved up to seventh in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League table as a result.

Mavrias saw a shot cleared off the line and Graham spurned a golden chance when he sidefooted wide from seven yards, both in the first half.

Leicester’s best chance fell to Joe Dodoo five minutes before the break, but he headed wide.

Duncan Watmore was denied by the legs of the goalkeeper early in the second half and he also volleyed against the post, before the penalty settled matters.

SUNDERLAND U21: Pantilimon, Cartwright, McNamee, Ferguson, T Robson, Watmore, Agnew, Oliver, Cabral (Smith 71), Mavrias (Lawson 65), Graham (Greenwood 71). Not used: Dixon, Sukar

Booked: Cartwright

LEICESTER CITY U21: Smith, Davis, Sesay, Elder, Pearson, Dodoo, McCourt, Choudury (Kennedy 90), Barmby, Chillwell (Scott 32), Hopper (Stankevicius 67). Not used: Kennedy, Maddison, Miles

Booked: Choudury, Barmby, Scott, Pearson

Referee: A Fearn

Pearson : Selecting Mahrez Too Much Of A Risk

Nigel Pearson claims he could not risk Riyad Mahrez at Newcastle on Saturday but expects him to feature in Leicester’s next game against Swansea on Saturday

Mahrez selection a risk - PearsonMahrez was left at home at the weekend as the Foxes went down to a 1-0 defeat at St James’ Park, with Pearson deciding he would have risked injury had he taken him to Tyneside.

The winger played twice for Algeria during the recent international break and only returned to Leicester on Thursday, with the City squad travelling to Newcastle on Friday. Pearson believes it was the best decision in the long term to leave Mahrez behind and hopes to have the 23-year-old back firing on all cylinders by the time they face Swansea on Saturday.


Swansea City Vs Leicester City

Leicester City will travel to Swansea on Saturday, Hoping to win which will end a three-game winless run! Since Leicester beat Manchester United at the King Power Stadium last month, The foxes have just picked up one point from a possible 9. Drawing with Burnley, Loosing to Crystal Palace and Newcastle.

Swansea have fared a little better in their last three outings, Taking just 2 points from a possible 9. With two draws and a defeat in the last 3 games. However, the last time swansea won a Premier League Game you have to go back to the end of August where they won 3-0 against West Bromwich Albion… At Home.

If you can’t get to the match, 100%Lcfc will be covering the game live with Interactive Updates on all of our Social Media!!

Port Vale loan Leicester City striker Harry Panayiotou

Port Vale have signed teenage Leicester City striker Harry Panayiotou on a 28-day youth loan.

The 19-year-old Saint Kitts and Nevis international is now tied to Vale Park until 16 November, which will take in the next four League One matches.

“We only bring players in who we think are going to add that little bit of quality and something different,” said Vale interim manager Rob Page.

“We just think it’s an opportunity to bring him in and get him in the squad.”

He will be eligible to make his Vale debut in Tuesday night’s League One home fixture against Scunthorpe United.

Newcastle Utd v Leicester City

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So Leicester City have had a positive start to their first season back in the Big time in 10 years, sat with 9 points which some would have said was a fantastic start, most city fans probably think we should now have 11 points after the last minute injury time goal conceded against Burnley.

Next up is an away day to the Toon… Newcastle, as ever under delivering and giving their massive home support precious little to cheer about, and without a win this season, looks like it could be a match with two radical different ends…

Option 1, Leicester carry on their great start, and snatch an away win and Alan Pardew gets the boot. Its been on the cards, and Toon owner Mike Ashley has given Pardew the dreaded “vote of confidence” followed by “if we don’t win at Stoke he is out” threats…. If a newly promoted team such as the Foxes arrived at St James’ they could deliver a killer blow to Pards tenure at the helm.

“Ok, so that’s what all the Blue Army is hoping will happen, and I think it will !” says 100%LCFC Phil Holloway

Option2, Leicester can beat Man U, get draws against Everton, Arsenal and win away at stoke…. Yet “slip” on banana skins such as Palace away and Burnley at home, games most fans would hope we picked more points up…. “One point from six, not good enough”. So the Foxes can be erratic so far this season, most would say a City away win is another brilliant performance, but with Newcastle struggling we honestly expect to pick up a point at least. But we all know Leicester.

So if you want a flutter, we think you are not going to want to invest in either result, as it is one of those matches which really could go either way. The bookies don’t get it wrong very often and Leicester’s very own Mark Jarvis has it a Newcastle to win at 11/10 , a Leicester win at 9/4 and the draw looking favourite at 12/5. If you fancy a flutter with Mark Jarvis Click on the link below

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What does YOUN9Y think, well we asked him what he thought pre match, and the Big Man said….

“it will be tough, when the Newcastle fans get behind their team, St James’s Park can be a formidable stadium, but they will turn quickly if City take the initiative. I expect the lads to play with that #fearless attitude again, and if we can get our noses in front, then the anti-Pardew crowd will be in full voice, which will only help our lads get a win. For me, I see a Leicester Away win !”

We tend to agree with Alan Young, if Leicester can whether the early storm, then Newcastle, who have only won 5 Premier league matches out of 27 in 2014, then a great away day is on the card.

The Recent FORM guide for the match is :

Newcastle: DLDDLD

Leicester: DLWWDL

Possible starting lineups

Newcastle: Krul; Janmaat, Williamson, Coloccini, Dummett; Tiote, Colback; Cabella, Sissoko, Obertan; Cisse

Leicester: Schmeichel; De Laet, Moore, Morgan, Konchesky; Mahrez, Cambiasso, Hammond, Schlupp; Vardy, Ulloa


Who WILL Start for Leicester ? Will CAMBIASSO ?

Our ONLINE Fans poll is all about our Italian legend…. CAMBIASSO… we think he was missed in the Burnley game, we think we need his skill and experience in the middle to boss the midfield… do YOU agree ? Vote below and we will be chatting about the results during the LIVE radio show .


Online LIVE Leicester City Fans Radio Show – THE PODCAST !!

If you missed the LIVE show, then click on the link below and download the PODCAST… 60 minutes of Alan Young being hosted by John Sinclair !!

Alan Young chats with host John Sinclair in our special Big Match Podcast. Joined by Dave Sullivan of Sportingglasswera.com and 100%LCFC Editor Phil Holloway, the team debate all the big questions, starting line ups and formations before the big game. The show goes out LIVE every Friday 4-6pm, and this is the Podcast from the LIVE Show. CLICK HERE to listen to the PODCAST

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Is watching Leicester City “good Value” ?

The hot topic following on from a BBC report is a simple question – “is watching Leicester City good value for money?”

Us fans don’t have much of a choice, if we can scrape together the money to get there then we probably will, but long gone are the days when a quid would get you to stand in SK2 at Filbert Street….

Tune into Radio Leicester this Wednesday 9-10am to join the debate with Jim Davis and vote in our online fans poll….

The BBC report says

The average price of the cheapest tickets across English football has risen at almost twice the rate of the cost of living since 2011.

BBC Sport’s Price of Football study analysed how much fans are charged at 207 clubs.

The average price of the cheapest match-day ticket from the Premier League to League Two is now £21.49.

It has increased 13% since 2011, compared to a 6.8% rise in the cost of living.

Year-on-year it is up 4.4%, more than treble the 1.2% rate of inflation

To read more from the BBC please CLICK HERE