Two TV Games In February

Foxes On TV Twice In February

Posted: Fri 19 Dec 2014
Author: Leicester City

Leicester City’s Barclays Premier League fixtures against Chelsea and Everton in February 2015 have been selected for live television coverage.

The Foxes travel to take on Roberto Martinez’s Toffees, which will now kick-off at 2.05pm on Sunday 22 February – a change to the initial date of Saturday 21 February.

Then, Nigel Pearson’s side return to King Power Stadium to host Chelsea
This match will still take place on Saturday 28 February, but will be pushed back from 3pm to 5.30pm.
*Please note that the date of the Chelsea fixture is subject to possible Capital One Cup final participation.

Team News – West Ham United Vs Leicester

Nigel pearson will be aware that he needs to find a way to end Leicester City’s Winless run in the Premier League quickly!  The foxes haven’t recorded a Premier League win since their 5-3 win over Manchester United on the 21st September. Leaving the Foxes 5 points from safety

Leicester City Team News.

Leicester will be without first-choice goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel who is out until the New Year with a broken metatarsal. Defender Matthew Upson is also a few games away from full fitness
Striker Leonardo Ulloa could return to the starting lineup after Jamie Vardy was preferred in attack against Manchester City. David Nugent is another attacking threat for Leicester after returning to training.

West Ham Team News

Allardyce has a near fully-fit squad but West Ham vice-captain Mark Noble is out with injury but could return in time for the Boxing Day clash at Chelsea.

Match Facts

  • Leicester City are winless in their last 11 Barclays Premier League fixtures (L9 D2) – the longest such run in the competition so far in 2014-15.
  • No BPL player has created more goalscoring opportunities than Stewart Downing (50) this term.
  • No side have had a larger spread of goalscorers than West Ham United (12) in the league this season (Chelsea also have 12).
  • Anything less than a win in this match will ensure Leicester are bottom at Christmas. Only two teams (West Brom in 2004 and Sunderland in 2013) have been in this position on 25 December and avoided relegation.
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Liverpool… A Big Night Needed


Dust down your scarf’s, wet your voice with a beer… wrap up warm and get down to the King Power stadium for one of the BIG BIG nights this season. Boy oh Boy do Leicester City need a win… a massive win !!

It’s been 8 games since we last picked up a win, and what was a fantastic start to the season has soon turned into a nightmare… But we all know this is Leicester City, it IS the best roller coaster ride out there, forget The Smiler at Alton Towers… that simply doesn’t compare to the highs of seeing City thrash Man United to the lows as we score own goals and loose at home to The Baggies….

Disappointing games against Sunderland, Palace, Swansea, Saints and Newcastle… and then a desperate defeat at relegation rivals QPR see’s us somehow now propping up the table. Still there are plenty of games coming up in December will give us a chance to pick up points, and the table is so close, that we could be back up to mid table in a few games…

And we all know Leicester City… we will probably beat Liverpool at home !! Well let us all pray and hope so… get your Lucky Pants on and let’s hope we DONT score an Own Goal…. or miss any more sitters… We CAN win this !

So let’s fill the KP, under the lights it will be rocking, and we just think another “Man U” could happen…. well you know us, we are 100%LCFC… so we ALWAYS Believe !!

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Don’t take OUR word for it… listen to the Leicester City Fans who gave us their thoughts pre match !!

Neil Barnett
“We need to make the stadium as loud as hell tonight. No negativity so let’s all get behind the team as they need us ” ALL BEHIND THEM” COYB”

Daniel Green

“I’m all ways behind the foxes this is a must win game for Pearson”

Lynette Fuller
“Let’s make the KP rock tonight !!!”

Ashley Wiltshire
“Abso-blooming-lutely!!! It needs to be so loud that you can’t hear those scousers with their you’ll never walk alone nonsense! Let’s rock the kp stadium like we did at the end of last season #foxesneverquit #keepthefaith #COYB”

Grahame Lcfc Perry
“cant be there but will be watching on tv from the south coast ! COYB”

Thomas Preston
“i hope someone tells the players we can win.”

Craig Dickins
If we are gonna win 1 of our next 2 games if rather we win on Sunday. It’s the teams around us we need points from”

Daniel Rawlinson
“We need more balanced midfield id give knockaart a run down right mahrez on left Nugent as attacking mid between vardy and Ulloa”

Adam Callaghan
“Just have a go, go down fighting if you have to but at least attack them, we have quality and pace which can threaten teams so use it!”

Do YOU agree !!?? Comment your thoughts….


Leicester City … next up SUNDERLAND



Chief editor Phil Holloway and regular show contributor and Radio pundit Dave Sullivan chat all things Leicester City….


So Leicester City are NOT in the best of form, but hey this is the Premier League, and perhaps after such a great start including wins against Man U and Stoke, and Draws with Everton and Arsenal we were all starting to expect too much

We have said since day 1 that 4th from bottom would be a massive success in the first season in the EPL… and we still think that.

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The NEXT two games will be vital, at home against Sunderland and then away at QPR…. we need some points to turn things back around.

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Can Leicester get points at Southampton ?


It will be tough. VERY TOUGH ! But the team here at 100%LCFC still think we can get some points from the game. Do YOU Agree ? Former City Legend ALAN YOUNG, part of the 100%LCFC team and Editor, Phil Holloway chat about the West Brom defeat and look forward to the Southampton trip….

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Emile HESKEY Rejoins Leicester City

He was a legend for Leicester and part of a very successful period at the club, and now years after being sold to Liverpool for £11m the big fella is rejoining the Foxes.

Leicester City legend Emile Heskey is to make a return to the Club, as he takes up a dual ambassadorial role with the Foxes.

Emile has agreed to become an ambassador for the soon-to-be-launched Thailand International Academy, applying his experience as a successful Leicester City Academy graduate to delivering a valuable learning experience for young people from Thailand.

The former England international striker will also become an honorary ambassador for the LCFC Foxes Foundation, supplementing the charitable work of established Club Ambassador Alan Birchenall in the community.

Emile is currently in Bangkok as part of a Leicester City and King Power delegation, selecting 16 young players for the inaugural intake of the Thailand International Academy – a pilot project that will offer a Leicester-based learning experience for a group of 16-year-old Thai footballers.

Having been part of the selection team, Leicester-born Emile will call on his experience as a young footballer growing up in the city to help mentor the young players and assist in their adjustment to their new surroundings.


Leicester City v West Brom players ratings

So another defeat, the first at home this season, but how did we rate the players ?

01 Schmeichel
6/10 didn’t have too much to do, and did ok, no chance with the Own Goal.

02 de Laet
6/10 – some fan don’t seem to like him, he does some things well, but can give the ball away high up the pitch and then be way out of position. Could be time for a change

27 Wasilewski
7/10 – a great first game back, and our best defender, made lots of high commitment challenges but there it was, clear for all to see Wasa got the Elbow out. This week he got away with it…. Next week he will be off !! In this league Wasa you can’t do that !! Too many cameras !

05 Morgan
7/10 – did very little wrong and can’t be at fault for a diving clearing header that caused the own goal. Looked strong with Wasa.

03 Konchesky
5/10 – not Koncheskys best game, some ok play at times but also some giving the ball away causing frowns from the fans

19 Cambiasso
7/10- first ever own goal in 300+ matches and we saw it ! Nothing he could do, just wrong place at the wrong time… He still bosses the midfield

04 Drinkwater (Powell – 81′ )
5/10 – not the usual Drinky we all love, at times looked poor and out of place. Not sure a diamond formation suited him

08 James
7/10 – solid and hard tackling performance

10 King
6/10 – solid and un dramatic, no real creativity and he had the best chance of the game with a second half header from 8 yards straight at the keeper. Needed to score. We can’t miss those chances at this level.

35 Nugent (Ulloa – 68′ )
4/10 – the bench beckons for Nuge next game we think. At times he rushed around. At times he stood and watch. A frustrating performance from Nugent. He perhaps just isn’t premier league quality !?

09 Vardy (Wood – 81′ )
7/10 – great effort, endeavour as ever but only had a couple of chances, with a over head kick and second half shot, but again at this level we need to score one of those clear chances !!!

Powell – 6/10 – first sight of the ex Man U starlet and he flashed some quality, we would like to see some more please Mr P…..

Ulloa – 6/10 – caused some pressure around the west Brom area but didn’t get a clear chance to score

Wood – 6/10 – pressed hard but in 9 minutes could come on and be the hero this time

So do YOU agree with our ratings and comments ? Let us know YOUR thoughts below….

West Brom, Transfers & Leicester City Gossip


100%LCFC TV Pre Match Show, So it’s time for a City win, we think it is as simple as that. Defeats away at Palace, Newcastle and Swansea with a disappointing 2-2 draw at home against Burnley has seen Leicester City pick up only 1 point from 12 and a healthy start has soon slipped away…. so time for a home win at the King Power this week !


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Latest Leicester City News

Leicester City put their unbeaten home Premier League record on the line on Saturday when they host in-form West Brom.

City have one win and three draws to their name at the King Power Stadium, but they will welcome a Baggies side full of confidence after leaping above Nigel Pearson’s men in the table.

Alan Irvine’s side are up to 13th place after a run of form that has seen them lose only once in the last six matches, all kick-started by a 1-0 win at Tottenham

Do YOU think we can win ? Join our FACEBOOK debate HERE

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Transfers, News & Leicester City Gossip This Week

Taylor-Fletcher loaned to Owls Sheffield Wednesday have signed Leicester striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher on an emergency loan deal.
Walsall able to grab Cain Walsall have signed Michael Cain from Premier League outfit Leicester on a month’s loan.
Panayiotou joins Port Vale Port Vale have signed teenage forward Harry Panayiotou on loan from Premier League Leicester.

LIAM MOORE Rumours we hope DONT happen of Arsenal and Man City sniffing around Liam Moore as well !

Jermain Defoe Remains a target for Leicester City in the January window

Leicester City fans urged to join tribute to West Brom legend Jeff Astle
Leicester City fans are invited to join their West Brom counterparts in a minute’s applause during this weekend’s Premier League clash in tribute to former England striker Jeff Astle. The family of the Baggies legend, most of whom live in Leicestershire, will be in the away end at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Jeff, who played 361 games for the Black Country club – scoring 174 goals – died in 2002, aged 59. Daughter Dawn Astle, of Measham, said they will unveil a large banner reading ‘Justice for Jeff’ to begin a minute’s applause in the ninth minute of the game – in recognition of the famous number nine

So come on Leicester Fans, let’s show our support for a once great Legend #9thminute

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Swansea v Leicester AFTERMATH show

So Leicester lost at Swansea. A disappointing first half was followed by a better second, but not enough for Leicester City to get any points. 100%LCFC Chief Editor, Phil Holloway and City Fan Dave Sullivan from Sporting Glassware discuss the match in detail… do YOU agree with their thoughts ? Comment YOUR thoughts below… let us know what YOU think !

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