Former foxes, latest talk and updates, where are they now ?
DATE: 16.08.2017 - THE CUNNING FOX - NEWSDESK
We are trying to follow up on all the
movements done by former foxes. A number of them are out finding new
clubs other's are starting a new season where they were last season
Alex Bruce is one of those finding a new club, and will this season
play for Bury after being released by Hull. Bruce, is the son of
Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce, and has played for his father at
several club, but this time it will be different.
Bury is currently managed by Lee Clark, and the two has
previously been working together, Alex was once on loan at
Huddersfield during the days of Clark, and the two will probably
build up a good relation again.
Bruce will turn 33 in September and his experience from
almost every angle of football, including being capped by both N
Ireland and Ireland, makes him hopefully a valuable asset for Bury
and Lee Clark.
Former fox Tommy Wright is in charge of Nuneaton Town, currently
struggling at level 6 in English football. Former Leicester players
Ashley Chambers and Jon Ashton are also at the club, but so far the
three with EFL experience has not managed to get everything right.
Chambers became the youngest player ever to appear in a City first
team, when Craig Levein gave him his debut at 15 years and 203 days,
in a EFL cup game v. Blackpool, in 2005, 12 years ago.
Chambers still not older than 27, left City back in 2011 after only
being involved in 6 league games for Leicester. He joined York City
where he is also spent a while on loan before the move became
permanent. He had a good period at Botham Crescent.
Ashton is also one that had a short lived first team career at City,
but has since leaving in 2003 build up an impressive cv as a player,
and now also a coach working as assistant for Tommy Wright, both
being at The Academy at City at the same time.
Ashton joined Oxford, and has later played for EFL clubs such as
Crawley, Stevenage and Rushden. He has been around a number of clubs
and played almost 500 first team games for his former clubs. Great
to see him joining Wright and Chambers at Nuneaton.
Andrej Kramaric might be in a different World than the other four
mentioned above, being involved for Hoffenheim in the Champions
League qualifier v. Liverpool last night.
Might be remembered for the negative reasons yesterday after missing
a penalty and jeopordising the chances for his club to get into the
final stages of the tournament.
Kramaric has since leaving Leicester, been a great player for his
new club and scored regularly, He is also involved in the Croatia
national team and so far played 21 times for his country, in which
he has scored 5 goals.
Also looking up City's former boss Claudio Ranieri. The start at
Nantes has not been one to talk about, two defeats in the first two
league games and no goals scored, four let in.
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where are they now section.
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