The Leicester legend in his last game for the club and the unlikely episode and appearance, No. 9 John Sjoberg

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John Sjoberg joined Leicester from Aberdeen junior club Banks O’Dee in 1956. What was a young Scottish boy joining in his teens became a well known and popular defender at the club for the next 17 years, playing regularly in the first team during the 60’s and early 70’s.

John Sjoberg played his last game for Leicester 13th of January 1973. The game is a FA Cup tie vs. Arsenal, it all ends 2-2. This game is one of four against Arsenal this season, Sjoberg is also on the field in the first fixture in august 1972, result at Filbert Street, 1-0 to Arsenal.

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The Leicester legend in his last game for the club and the unlikely episode and appearance, No. 8 Frank Worthington

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Frank Worthington must be regarded as the most valuable and iconic player in the recent history of this football club. Jamie Vardy is of course close and by many far above, but if you grew up with this player you could just give him the ball and he fixed the rest.

His last game for Leicester was a league meeting vs. local rivals Nottingham Forest. A disaster 0-3 defeat in that 77/78 season with Frank McLintock bringing in several new faces that never fit and surprisingly did let the clubs most important player leave.

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The Leicester legend in his last game for the club and the unlikely episode and appearance, No. 7 Paul Dickov

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Paul Dickov rejoined Leicester for a second period and by doing that being one very special player as there few to do that, and he is to our knowledge together with Eddie Kelly the only have achieved such an act at this football club.

Signed from Man City in 2001 by Harry Bassett to bring in that energy needed to have hope of a survival, but it wasn’t to be and instead pushing for promoiton and by doing so managing to get back up in Premier League.

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