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Mandaric talks openly about Leicester

Mandaric talks openly about Leicester

In an exclusive interview in the Leicester Mercury Milan Mandaric has spoken about the battle that lies ahead for the club, who he sees arriving and previous managers. On the battle we face in League One he has warned anyone that isn't prepared to fight for the cause to go!

It has been a tough time for everyone since Mandaric arrived, with things obviously not working out as he, or we had planned or even hoped and he admitted he was unhappy but is going to work hard to turn the clubs fortunes around and remains as committed as ever.

He also revealed that one of our former managers Gary Megson had asked for four players just before leaving, with Mandaric saying he would've given him the funds to buy them had he not turned his back on the club to go to Bolton, as well as admitting that he was interested in appointing Neil Warnock or John Gregory at various times, but with the fans having doubts over these possible appointments he decided against them, so this proves he does listen to us!

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Writer:Filbert Fox
Date:Friday July 4 2008
Time: 3:45PM

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I think relegation has hit mm harder than people think,its ok for so called fans having a go but at the end of the day if it wasnt for him there might not have been lcfc,i think we need to show him support through good and bad as lets face it your a true supporter you will,come on true fans get behind him give the bloke a break,hes as gutted as us i for one will watch them wherever they are,GOOD LUCK LEICESTER us true fans are right behind you
lcfc4eva
04/07/2008 19:00:00
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That must have been a long interview if he was talking about all his former managers at the club!
dazza71
06/07/2008 13:08:00
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The common feeling that Mandaric is quick to get rid of a manager is wrong, yes a few have come and done but not that many (if any?) were really got rid of before they were given time, and not all were sacked either. lfc4eva, one again I'm completely with you.
Filbert Fox
06/07/2008 17:49:00
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Thankyou filbert x
lcfc4eva
06/07/2008 21:07:00
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