Foxes Sunday Shorts, Harry for England, The Ventriloquist and
possible use of fortune tellers ?
DATE: 08.10.2017 - THE CUNNING FOX - NEWSDESK
England are qualified
for the World Cup, so the game away to Lithuania had no real impact.
But the name Harry was one to really remember, with two making their
debuts and one scoring the winner
To have three players in a team with the first name Harry is a bit
special, and according to the BBC, 10 % of all players with the first
name Harry to have played for England during history.
Harry Kane scored the winner and only goal, his teammate Harry Winks
made his full international debut so did Harry Maguire, all of the
Harry's did well and were among the best England players in a game
that was played on an artificial turf.
Maguire had no company from Jamie Vardy who was left out of the
England squad and was the only member this time representing
Leicester City, but of course great joy to see a new fox being
handed his full international debut.
Being a fan of Leicester and a supporter of football in general you
often see strange things on the terraces but never seen a
ventriloquist with a dummy as this one. Norwegian TV2 made notice of
this happening in their programme
The dummy doll is following the game and really looks as if he is
part of the fanbase and making notice of what is happening. Don't
know what was said during the game and what songs the dummy sang
during the 90 minutes.
Among most strange things I have seen in the terraces during my
years watching football this is one on top of the list. To bring a
doll and actually interact with it is one you would take notice of,
maybe a way to troll things around for the club.
The recent appointment of Nigel Pearson at Leuvens and rise of
performance for Claudio Ranieri at Nantes is of course both very
surprising but as if things are going in circle. The recent Silva
case makes life hard for Shakespeare, Nididi injured, and this could
surely be a problem.
The two former City managers are making miracle acts at the moment.
After Nigel Pearson took over at Leuvens things have really turned.
Three games won, one draw, and currently second in the table, only
two points behind leaders Beerschot-Wilrijk.
Ranieri are on a great run with his Nantes and currently fourth in
the French league. While Pearson is under "Leicester Wings" and
manager of a club owned by the King Power owners, Ranieri is on a
remarkable run in a league that is one of the best in Europe.
So can the impossible happen, what will the fortune teller say ?.
Sacking and appointing Nigel Pearson is one strange habit of the
City owners, and the effect is one remarkable now for the third
Ranieri loves Leicester, fans love Ranieri, we all respect
Shakespeare and the way he has handled a very difficult situation.
Then there is Steve Walsh who must be under a terrible pressure at
Everton after a very difficult start this season.
Things tends to go in circle for the Leicester City owners and they
are spiritual people, so in a way this all looks strange and
spiritual in a way, but will the impossible again happen, could it
all be a "sign".
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