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Leicester brought to a standstill as thousands turn out to greet Premier League heroes

Express
03/05
20 Points
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FAIRYTALE ENDING: Tears of joy as Leicester City beat all odds to WIN the Premier League

https://t.co/AsgZGQHLQt pic.twitter.com/AFrAYKXPDVProud to be part of Leicester City Champions. The biggest sporting shock of my lifetime, and it's only my team.Many congratulations to Leicester. My heart has been going some every time we play."We've been through it all - the play-offs, relegations and promotions and it will just be fantastic when we win it."Jag Sandher, 24, also of Leicester, said: "Tonight will be a draw I think."It will be the best feeling when we know we've got the title.
Express
03/05
7 Points
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Sports Leicester's Thai owners have led the Foxes to the Premier League title in their own way

It is a feat the Thai has achieved in only 12 months.The investment has also been of a kind that has shown his commitment to the club, which is an indication that Leicester may well not be just a one-season wonder, despite Claudio Ranieri's wariness. If Khun's enthusiasm does not wane, they could be here for some time.'Top', often seen at the training ground, is the man charged with the day-to-day running of the club by his father.
Express
03/05
3 Points
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Furious Leicester City fan banned from last home match after being caught with e-cig

Meanwhile Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been voted the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Yea, with Leicester City players dominating the top three positions.Vardy beat PFA Players' Player of the Year winner Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante in the voting, picking up 36 per cent of the votes from the FWA members.Seven City players were amongst the voting, with Kasper Schmeichel, Danny Drinkwater, Danny Simpson and captain Wes Morgan.
Express
02/05
4 Points
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Sports Hard-fought Man Utd draw leaves Leicester tantalisingly close to Premier League glory

 But it is tantalisingly close now.MAN UTD (4-2-3-1): De Gea 6; Valencia 8, Smalling 7, Blind 7, Rojo 6; Carrick 7, Fellaini 7; Lingard 5 (Mata 61, 6), Rooney 7, Martial 7; Rashford 5 (Memphis 82, 5).NEXT UP: Norwich PL (a) ­ Saturday.LEICESTER (4-4-2): Schmeichel 7; Simpson 6, Morgan 8, Huth 7, Fuchs 7; Mahrez 6 (King  88), Kanté 6, Drinkwater 7, Schlupp 6 (Albrighton 77, 5); Okazaki 5 (Gray 67, 5), Ulloa 5.NEXT UP: Everton PL (h) Saturday.Referee: M.
Express
02/05
23 Points
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Sports Hard work which has taken Ranieri's Leicester so far will carry them to immortality

There appeared to be at least two.He will miss his midfield partner Drinkwater against Everton but somehow you suspect that, whatever they need to do on Saturday, Leicester will find a way.Ranieri, the sideline conductor yesterday, has made precious few mistakes this season but in claiming he does not have the best team in the Premier League he is wrong.
Express
02/05
5 Points
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Sports Leicester and Ranieri have proved their doubters wrong: now they sit on the cusp of glory

How could Claudio Ranieri conjure such a charming miracle of sport. Midfielder Jeff Schlupp remembers the moment vividly, saying: "All the players were in a room and we didn't know who was going to walk in as the next manager. It was like The X Factor."He walked through the door and it was, 'Yeah, wow, it's Ranieri'. Every pundit, led by club legend Gary Lineker, reckoned his appointment last summer was a catastrophic blunder by Leicester.
Express
01/05
17 Points
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Sports Arsenal Transfer News: £8.2m deal confirmed, Leicester striker bid, shock Newcastle move

Arsenal have missed out on the signing of Gabon international Mario Lemina, who today agreed a deal to join Juventus after a successful loan spell.The Gunners were linked with a summer move for the 22-year-old, but he'll now join Juve on a permanent basis for £8.2million on a four-year deal.A club statement read: "Juventus can today confirm that Mario Lemina’s season-long loan spell has been made permanent with the midfielder signing a four-year deal from Marseilles."A fee of .
Express
30/04
18 Points
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Sports Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri desperate for 'happy ending' to real life Robin Hood tale

I am dilly ding dilly dong" he said. "I am a bell.""Hey," he added. "Don't write, 'Ranieri says: 'I am a bell. " joked Ranieri.The laughs kept on coming. He was asked in Italian if he could sing."No. ' For this reason I am relaxed," he said.With that Ranieri, the mastermind behind what would be the most stunning Premier League title in history, departed. Only to return 30 seconds later having forgotten his coat.
Express
29/04
4 Points
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Sports Leicester to battle Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd for 'next Jamie Vardy' following trial

He is just one of a number of good young players we have here.”The English youngster has often been compared to Leicester's star striker Vardy, who joined from Fleetwood in 2012 for a non-league record fee of £1million.The 29-year-old initially struggled at the King Power Stadium but has enjoyed tremendous success this season.Vardy is in contention for England's Euro 2016 campaign and is on the verge of helping Leicester to the Premier League title with 22 goals to his name.
Express
29/04
4 Points
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Sports Revealed: Claudio Ranieri to receive £6.7m in bonuses if Leicester beat Tottenham to title

Express
29/04
4 Points
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Sports Leicester TV showings banned by Premier League: Man Utd and Chelsea pleas denied

Express
26/04
12 Points
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