Brendan Rodgers getting a quick learning lesson from Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool, would like to see that certain change

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Leicester did great vs. Watford, but it’s a bit of a riddle to see how Kelechi Iheanacho and Patson Daka both are used compared to those playing up front at Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

In the game vs. West Ham, Man City often did a rotation among the top three, with Sterling, Jesus and Mahrez switching positions and from a line-up perspective playing Mahrez in the centre position, strange but true.

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The stats never lie, Leicester players on road to grand numbers of appearances and goals, this is the full update

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Looking at the past and those grand players that we all remember as legends with massive amounts of appereances and goals you just don’t think of those present being in that picture.

Jamie Vardy added two more goals to the books and passed 321 league appearances for this football club, a grand tally as we goes down the lane to look at a few more.

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Claudio Ranieri coming back to King Power, his rise, his fall and the short notes of life of the maestro at Leicester

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Leicester will play Watford on Sunday with a very special man returning to the club. Claudio Ranieri is at present manager of The Hornets and has shocked Everton and Man Utd in his current return to English football.

Since leaving Leicester in 2017 Claudio has travelled Europe and been in charge of Nantes, Fulham, Roma, Sampdoria and Watford. A special man for all us foxes fans as he did win Premier League in his only full season as Leicester manager.

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