In Both Camps, Birmingham City

These two clubs have a history of many players who have been in both camps and had great careers both at Leicester City and Birmingham City. Frank Worthington might be most famous for his career as a “fox”, but his presence at St Andrews will never be forgotten with some great games being part of…

In both camps, Brentford

Picture: Jeffrey Schlupp / Tommy Wright Jeffrey Schlupp is one of few players to have been at both clubs. Schlupp went to Brentford on loan back in 2011, scoring impressive 6 goals in 9 league appearances. Since then the PL winner has moved to Crystal Palace. Former Leicester City manager Ian Holloway spent time at…

In both camps, West Ham United

Picture: Brian Deane / Tony Cottee Brian Deane is of course to mention, talking about players in both camps, joining West Ham from Leicester back in 2003, Tony Cottee certainly is another, real legend at West Ham being an iconic figure at the club, also doing his business brightly with Leicester winning the Worthington Cup…

In both camps, Manchester City

Picture: Riyad Mahrez / Paul Dickov Riyad Mahrez showed yesterday that he still can troll the best players, turning Ben Chilwell inside out and upside down. He is a brilliant player, never underestimate him, even if we no longer can see him in a Leicester City shirt. Paul Dickov is a bit classic as he…

In both camps, Norwich City

Picture: James Maddison / Dion Dublin James Maddison is of course one who comes to mind as he was signed by Leicester City from Norwich City in front of the 2018/19 season and has since been in sensational form and also taken the step into the England team. A great success story of a young…

In both camps, Aston Villa

Picture: Ritchie De Laet / Julian Joachim Richie De Laet is today back were it all started at Royal Antwerpen in his native Belgium. His time with Leicester City was a successful one, playing 115 league games in four seasons winning promotion and also being part of the 2015/16 squad and collecting a PL winner…

In both camps, Watford

Picture: Jordan Stewart / Steve Sims Jordan Stewart is a player that had good spells in both camps. Jordan started his professional career at Leicester City adding a total of 110 league games to his name, in which he scored 6 goals. Jordan played mostly in midfield and out on the flank during his six…

In both camps, Everton

Picture: Peter Eastoe / Gary Lineker Peter Eastoe is probably not the most famous of those former Everton and Leicester City players around, but he is rare in the sense that he has been Leicester City twice, both times on loan in the mid 80’s. He probably spent his best years in football while at…

In both camps, Brighton & Hove Albion

Picture: Anthony Knockaert Anthony Knockaert is the one most recent former fox to also have played for Brighton & Hove Albion, still on their books but at the moment a loan player at Fulham FC. Knockaert had a great period at Leicester under Nigel Pearson, and influential in that Premier League return season, not able…

In both camps, Arsenal

Picture: Jon Sammels Jon Sammels joined Leicester City from Arsenal back in 1971, coming in to strengthen a newly promoted team and together with Keith Weller and Alan Birchenall bringing top flight quality to secure a life at the top. Sammels had a good career at Arsenal but at the time joining Leicester not a…