In Both Camps; Blackburn Rovers

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Leicester will play Blackburn in the FA Cup this afternoon and memories goes back to a previous meeting from the past when Paul Dickov scored the 1-0 winner in the FA Cup quarter finals back in 2005, and sent his previous club, and new club to be, out of the tournament

This time we hope that Leicester can get through, thinking of another former fox from that game also in the line up as Keith Gillespie played the game at Ewood Park that day..

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In Both Camps; Middlesbrough

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There are several players who have been at both Middlesbrough and Leicester. Brian Deane is one that comes to mind. Deane played for Middlesbrough from 1998 to 2001. His tally of games and goals was 87/18. He joined Leicester from Boro’ and again joined up with “Harry” Bassett. He was a key player in the 2002/03 promotion season, a total of 52 league appearances and 19 goals before joining West Ham in the autumn of 2003.

David Mills, once the most expensive player in English footbal when moving from Middlesbrough to West Bromwich in the late 70’s. He later became a scout at Leicester and has been part of the system for a long period of time, known especially for discovering N’Golo Kantè.

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In Both Camps; Preston North End

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Leicester and Preston North End do have many players who have been in both camps. Daniel Iversen is the most recent to have played for The Lilywhites, being on loan for two seasons, adding up 67 league games while at Deepdale.

Going a number of years back you also find Graham Cross in this list, as he spent time with Preston from 1977 to 1979, playing a total of 45 league games, scoring one goal. Cross is the leading player regarding most appearances in all competitions at Leicester, on a total of 599 games from 1961 to 1976.

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