In Both Camps; MK Dons

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Leicester will play MK Dons in the next round of the Carabao Cup. We have made a dive into the archives to try to bring forward most players in both camps.

David Martin is of course one to count. The goalkeeper is back at MK Dons for his second spell, this time also hired in as a goalkeeper coach. We all know his presence at Leicester during the 08/09 season being the one with most games among six different goalkeepers that season.

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In Both Camps; Newport County

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Leicester played Newport in the Carabao Cup coming out as 3-0 winners after great goals from James Justin and Jamie Vardy. Lookng back in history for both clubs we have found a number of players with a life at Leicester and Newport.

One to address is of course Kevin Ellison who spent his last years of professional life at Rodney Parade. Another forward who had experiences from both clubs is Alan Waddle.

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In Both Camps; Wigan Athletic

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Emile Heskey is a legend at Leicester, and he also had a brief spell at Wigan Athletic. Heskey joined Wigan from Birmingham in 2006. A transfer fee of £5.5million took him to DW Stadium and he stayed until 2009. During his days at Wigan he scored 15 goals in 82 league games. He was sold to Aston Villa for fee of £3.5million. Heskey holds the record of the most capped England player at the club, playing 7 full internationals while at The Latics.

Steve Walsh is another special player at Leicester spending a period from 1986 to 2000 at Filbert Street. His life at Leicester is well documented, joining at the age of 21 for a fee of £100.000. He had added up 126 league games at Wigan before joining, a grand tally for such a young age.

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