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- Leicester City 0 Manchester City 2 – 18 November 2017 Report by Tish Krokosz Could we repeat last season’s outstanding performance? Could we inflict the first league defeat of the season on the leaders? The team selection for both sides was substantially different to last year so it did not seem likely that the flow […]

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- ?Former Leicester City defender Marcin Wasilewski has found himself a new club, having been released by the Foxes six months ago, per the ?Leicester Mercury. The Polish centre-back has returned to his homeland and signed for Wisla Krakow in his hometown. His contract runs up until the end of the season, but he does have the option of a renewal for next term. Wasilewski spent four years at Leiceste

- Sunderland U23s picked up a point this evening on their travels as they escaped from Leicester unscathed, with promising forward Josh Maja completing 45 minutes on his comeback from injury. Here's how the game went, and how the lads rated. Leicester U23s 0-0 SAFC U23sSunderland moved off the bottom of the Premier League 2 table as they managed to earn a hard-fought draw against high fliers Leicest

- Tottenham and Manchester United are considering an approach for a young Athletic Bilbao attacker, while Chelsea have tabled a €70m bid for a top Italy star, according to Monday’s European papers. TOTTENHAM, ARSENAL AND MAN UTD KEEP WATCH ON YOUNG BILBAO FORWARDTottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United are among the clubs being credited with an interest in Athletic Bilbao star Gorka Guruzeta.The 21-

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