Special final of the season against West Ham as Paul Konchesky has his words on former club Leicester

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Leicester will play West Ham in their last game of the season, as their manager Paul Konchesky will be in the opposite dugout. He is the current manager of West Ham and do have a good period of time in both camps previously being with the two clubs as a player.

Konchesky had a long travel in his career, also making him a full internatinal, being capped twice. He had five good years with Leicester from 2011 to 2016, adding up 138 apperances, scoring 5 goals, one of them an important one against Aston Villa as Leicester made their 2014/15 great escape.

This time Konchesky will return in a different role, coaching his team to try to get another win but it will a difficult task. Leicester are fighitng for their survival being just 2 points in front of Reading.

Leicester on the other hand have a few good results at home this season, of course thinking of the 4-0 win over Liverpool in April. Since then two expected defeats to high flying Chelsea and Arsenal.

We still hope for a Leicester survival, but also having grand respect for Paul Konchesky as he returns to his previuos home arena and could pull off a victory with his West Ham playing without pressure. They are on 17 points in a an 8th position and have little or nothing to fear with two games left.

Leicester will finish the season away to Brighton and can climb in the league ladder if they find their form back having a goal difference that equales or are better than teams above them.

There are a few excting days left to find out how this difficult season could end, hopefully being able to extend their stay in the WSL also for 2023/24.

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