Fri. Apr 26th, 2019

Leicester vs Burnley En vivo

Leicester vs Burnley En vivo


Leicester vs Burnley En vivo. Claudio Ranieri, Nigel Pearson and Craig Shakespeare, the three former leaders of Leicester City, will be invited to the game against Burnley on Saturday, as the club prepares to pay an emotional tribute to Wichai Srivaddhanaprabha.

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Lester also announced that they would entrust the statue of Shrivaddhanaprabha as a permanent monument to its former owner, killed by four more passengers as a result of the tragic accident of the helicopter last month.

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Ranieri led Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016 and makes his first return to King Force Stadium to win the competition.



The Italian was in charge when Leicester provided one of the most wonderful stories in the history of football, before his departure last February, and accepted the club’s invitation to play.

Pearson and Shakespeare, who laid the groundwork for the title’s triumph, will also be present at what is also their first appearance in the game in Leicester, since they left the club.

Sven Goran Eriksson was invited, the first managerial position after taking over Srivaddanaprabha in 2010, but is expected to lose the game due to previous commitments.

It is clear that Esteban Cambiasso, the Argentine midfielder, who caused an unforgettable impression with his only season in the 2014/15 campaign, will be in the game.

Two other members of the qualifying team, Riyad Maresh and N’Golo Kante, made personal tributes to the special launch of the 100-page program and are reluctant to attend, as their respective clubs, Manchester City and Chelsea, play the following day.

Saturday promises to be a very difficult day for the Midlands Club, in their first home game since the death of their beloved benefactor.

The tribute includes a commemorative video, a commemorative banner and a two-minute silence, which also serves to honor the military and women killed in the annual “Memoria” lamp. The son of Srivadhanaprabha, vice president of Lester Ayawatt, will be present along with other members of the family.

Ayawatt was in Thailand this week to attend the funeral of his late father, and the Leicester team and staff also flew this week.

Wes Morgan, captain of Lester, said: “It will be difficult, because this is the first game at home and due to the circumstances, how everything happened, it will be very difficult, but we will have to keep our emotions together,
“Obviously, everyone knows what happened, and it was hard for the guys, the staff and everyone associated with Leicester City, it was very difficult, but we tried to stay as focused as possible.

“We know that the club does most of the day and we want to make sure everything goes according to plan, so it will not be easy.”

“There is a lot of activity in the game, and we have to focus on the game and do it”