Foxes A to Z, Keith Weller, bright talent with heroic influence

A marvellously talented, sometimes temperamental individualist who lent £100.000 worth of forceful right-flank panache to Jimmy Bloomfield’s elegant teams of the early 70’s, Keith could usually be relied up on to deliver a tellingly spectacular contribution to the most mundane of games. Leicester City fans were treated to regular displays of both his midfield and…

Foxes A to Z, Muzzy Izzet, World Cup bronze medalist and Leicester legend

Unblooded by Chelsea, and utterly unknown elsewhere at the time Martin O’Neill made him a deadline day loanee, midfielder Muzzy Izzet took next to no time to make his mark as City’s promotion drive took off sleeply following the nadir of his debut day defeat (the infamous occasion when MON was almost prematurely booed out…

Foxes A to Z, Len Glover, The best never capped winger in England

A series of injuries marred both the beginning and the end of Lenny’s City career, but in the interim seasons his left-wing skills and pace bemused many an opposing full-back, and it was a genuine tribute to both his ability and personality that he became such a firm favorite of the usually highly critical popular…