Foxes A to Z; Bobby Smith

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Basically an attacking midfielder, Bobby had proven his versatility at Easter Road by leading Hibs seasonal scoring list and then converting to left-back in the course of a year, and Jock Wallace chased his signature for some six months before an £85.000 deal was struck in time for Bobby to share a League bow with both Gary Lineker and David Buchanan.

He settled well at Filbert Street as an aggressive prompter, opportunist and penalty expert, and was second top scorer in the 1980 promotion campaign.

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Spurs 6, Leicester 2, positives and negatives, player ratings and match report, Premier League fixture

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Brendan Rodgers made changes to his line-up from the game vs. Brighton. Patson Daka kept his place on top, playing alongside Barnes and Maddison. Wilfred Ndidi returned to midfield. Wout Faes made his debut. Timothy Castagne also returned to the starting eleven.

Danny Ward was the preferred goalkeeper despite his tragic start to his season. This became another nightmare day for the Wales international.

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Foxes A to Z; Derek Dougan

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Reversing the usual dynamic by which as modern personality is constructed, Derek achieved a remarkable about turn in his career and his image midway through his playing days.

A process begun at Peterborough accelerated at Leicester and completed at Wolves actually provided a rare example of a caricature turning into a genuine character.

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