Vital Football

Latest Leicester City News

Kisnorbo: 'I didn't want to go'

Kisnorbo: 'I didn't want to go'

Released Leicester City centre back Patrick Kisnorbo has spoken out after the disappointment of failing to earn a new contract at the Walkers Stadium.

The defender told the Leicester Mercury, ''Just tell the fans I didn't want to go. I'm very disappointed to have been released. I thought I was still good enough for the team, but the gaffer said he had other plans.It's sad. He said he has got his own players and I have to respect that decision - it's his choice.'

The defender, 28, was voted City's player of the year twice in his four year tenure with the club since joining from Hearts in 2005. After first experiencing a torrid time as a central midfielder, the player moved to centre back, where his performances earnt him hit status amongst the Walkers faithful.

However, since a cruciate ligament injury against Sheffield Wednesday at the tail end of Leicester's relegation season in 07/08, Kisnorbo has fallen down to fifth choice in Nigel Pearson's pecking order, behind Aleksander Tunchev, Jack Hobbs, Michael Morrison and Wayen Brown.

It is harsh some would say, for a player who is now attracting the interest of Crystal Palace and Ipswich if media reports are anything to do by.

We here at Vital Leicester are almost certain that Patrick Kisnorbo will be lining up against the Foxes this coming season, and will no doubt receive the warm reception he deserves on his return.



For the very latest League One odds

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:JBFox
Date:Tuesday June 2 2009
Time: 8:45PM

Comments

0
Quality player - I'm sure he can find a Championship club.
Nellup
02/06/2009 21:55:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Leicester City Articles

Foxes Injury News

Our weekly update looking at the injury table for Leicester City and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League.

Mendy & Fuchs Look Back To Chelsea

Nampalys Mendy and Christian Fuchs have both been reflecting on the loss to Chelsea last weekend.

A Premier League Level Of Ignorance

Finances play a huge part in football thesedays, non more so than the costs associated with following your particular team and that was a big discussion point during 2016.

Ranieri Targets Southampton

Manager Claudio Ranieri has already turned his thoughts to this weekend's clash against Southampton following defeat to Chelsea last weekend.

Archived Vital Leicester Articles

Vital Leicester articles from

Site Journalists

SvensAmbition
Editor email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Chelsea MotM
Suggested By: Site Staff
Schmeichel2%
Fuchs12%
Morgan0%
Huth0%
Chilwell0%
Mendy12%
Musa37%
Drinkwater0%
Ndidi12%
Albrighton25%
Vardy0%
Sub - Okazaki0%
Sub - Gray0%
Sub - Simpson0%
ScoopDragon Premier League Network Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Chelsea 21 17 1 3 52 30
2 Spurs 21 13 6 2 45 29
3 Liverpool 21 13 6 2 45 25
4 Arsenal 21 13 5 3 44 26
5 Man City 21 13 3 5 42 15
6 Man Utd 21 11 7 3 40 12
7 Everton 21 9 6 6 33 9
8 WBA 21 8 5 8 29 0
9 Stoke 21 7 6 8 27 -6
10 Burnley 21 8 2 11 26 -8
11 AFC Bournemouth 21 7 4 10 25 -7
12 West Ham 21 7 4 10 25 -9
13 Southampton 21 6 6 9 24 -7
14 Watford 21 6 5 10 23 -13
15 Leicester City 21 5 6 10 21 -10
16 Middlesbrough 21 4 8 9 20 -5
17 Crystal Palace 21 4 4 13 16 -10
18 Hull City 21 4 4 13 16 -25
19 Sunderland 21 4 3 14 15 -20
20 Swansea 21 4 3 14 15 -26
The Vital Football Members League
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
Vital Football Comment

Recent Leicester City Results (view all)

Leicester City Fixtures (view all)

Jan 22 2017 12:00PM : Southampton (a)
Barclays Premier League
Jan 27 2017 7:55PM : Derby County (a)
FA Cup
Jan 31 2017 7:45PM : Burnley (a)
Barclays Premier League
Feb 5 2017 4:00PM : Manchester United (H)
Barclays Premier League
Feb 12 2017 4:00PM : Swansea City (a)
Barclays Premier League
Feb 27 2017 8:00PM : Liverpool (H)
Barclays Premier League
Write for Vital Football