In Both Camps, NASL

Picture: Frank Worthington NASL had been established a number of years before Pelè arrived, with former Leicester City stars Howard Riley, Frank Large and Tony Knapp among those early arrivals. They played in the NASL during a time when little or nothing was known about “soccer” in the States, appearing for Atltanta Chiefs (Riley), Los…

In Both Camps, MLS

Picture: Kasey Keller A number of former and current foxes have  played over the pond in the MLS. The league in North America started in 1996, 24 years ago. A number of clubs have appeared and we will find a great number of foxes who have also appeared in the MLS. Kasey Keller played his…

In Both Camps, Fulham

Picture: Barry Hayles Fulham is back in the best party and several “foxes” has also been at “the cottage” during the years, with players from the past such as Allan Clarke and Steve Earle coming to mind. They had good careers in both camps, and became favorites among fans. Allan Clarke became the most expensive…

In Both Camps, Mansfield Town

Picture: Conrad Logan Mansfield Town might be a bit in the shadows from the footballing limelight, but a nice club playing their home games at Field Mill and their manager at present is no other than Nigel Clough. Despite being a club in a modest setting, they have over the years had a few Leicester…

In Both Camps, Nottingham Forest

Picture: Wes Morgan Nottingham Forest are at present in the Championship, and over the years a number of foxes have been seen in red and white as the two clubs have swopped players and managers during the years having great era’s and also competed in the same divisions. Going back to the 1977/78 season when…

In Both Camps, Notts County

Picture: Trevor Christie Notts County is today a team outside the top four leagues of English football, but a few decades ago they were in the top flight while Leicester City competed in the league below, and a number of players have of course been both camps. Trevor Christie is a player that made the…

In Both Camps, Derby County

Picture: Roger Davies Roger Davies joined Leicester City from Club Brugge and his move was a club record transfer, being said to have cost the club in total £250.000, and with that crashed the former record,  happening ten years earlier with the £150 000 move of Allan Clarke from Fulham being made in 1968. Roger’s…

In Both Camps, Portsmouth

Steve Claridge did, in a relatively short period at Leicester City, become an iconic player scoring two vital goals that had great importance. First the winning goal v. Crystal Palace in the 1995/96 play-off’s and then a few months later scoring the winner at Hillsborough in that 1997 Coca Cola Cup replay final. Claridge who…

In Both Camps, Sheffield Wednesday

Matty Fryatt might not be that much recognized from his time at Sheffield Wednesday but he was at Hillsbrough on a loan playing 9 league games and scoring 4 goals which is not a bad tally. Going back a bit players such as Jack Sinclair and Peter Rodrigues comes to mind, fine professionals in both…

In Both Camps, West Bromwich Albion

Going back in years you can find former “Foxes” and “Baggies” and nothing better than to start with Alistair Brown, who was a young and lively forward at Leicester City. He established himself as a forward in the team that was promoted from the old 2nd Division in 1970/71. He moved to West Bromwich Albion…