Date:Saturday November 14 2009
Max Gradel (Leeds): Gradel has enjoyed a one month loan spell with Leeds United, producing form from the bench which prompted manager Simon Grayson to extend the deal until the new year. In five appearances Gradel has found the net once and provided two assists.
Paul Dickov (Derby): Nigel Clough swooped to pick Dickov up on loan for Derby County in August. Since then Dickov has featured fairly frequently for the Rams, with just the one goal to his name in Derby's 4-2 home defeat to QPR. A future surely does not lie at the Walkers for the Scot.
Craig King (Hereford): King played the whole of Barnet's 0-0 draw at Barnet earlier today. A goal on his debut for the Bulls looked a promising start, but emains his only strike in eleven appearances so far. Employed predominantly as a midfielder so far for the Bulls however, King has proved a popular acquisition at Edgar Street during his time with the club.
James Wesolowski (Hamilton): A Leicester career plagued with serious injuries, Wesolowski has struggled to hold down a regular first team place since his exciting break into the first team. Two broken legs later at the age of just 22 and the Australian has seen himself loaned out three times in recent times. He has so far featured on a regular basis for Hamilton, however, and appears to be hitting an injury free season for the first time in a long stretch.
Billy Kee (Accrington): Prolific in Leicester's youth team, Kee was close to leaving the Foxes before finally sealing a loan deal with League Two Accrington. Despite a lack of goals (just one in 14 appearances) Kee has done a reasonable job at Stanley. Call-ups to the Northern Ireland squad have been particular highlights of the youngster's season so far.
Ashley Chambers (Wycombe): Chambers was snapped up on loan by a struggling Wycombe Wanderers side in August, but has since found first team opportunities restricted despite the Chairboys' poor form in League One. One goal in four appearances, but has not featured since October 10th.
Date:Saturday November 14 2009
Brighton v. Leicester - a Vital Preview (Wednesday December 4 2013)
Pearson - We Defeated Ourselves (Wednesday December 4 2013)
Stats: Sheff W v Leicester (Tuesday December 3 2013)
Vardy & Kasp Respond To Millwall Victory (Monday December 2 2013)
Vardy Is Growing Into Himself (Sunday December 1 2013)
It's Nice Looking Down (Sunday December 1 2013)
Stats: Leicester v Millwall (Saturday November 30 2013)
Nugent Hoping For New Year Contract Talks (Tuesday November 26 2013)
Leicester v. Millwall - a Vital preview (Monday November 25 2013)
Resilience Pleases Pearson (Saturday November 23 2013)
|Sheff Wed||2||-||1||Leicester City|
|1. Leicester City||18||12||2||4||+12||38|
|4. Derby County||18||9||4||5||+10||31|
|7. Leeds Utd||18||9||2||7||+6||29|
|Late Sammon Strike Wins It For Rams
» Derby County : 04/12/2013 23:06:00
» Derby County : 04/12/2013 23:04:00
|Late blow for ten-man Boro
» Middlesbrough : 04/12/2013 23:00:00
» Middlesbrough : 04/12/2013 21:58:00
|Hoops! Cherries Park at the Rangers
» Bournemouth : 04/12/2013 21:54:00
|Cherries knock Lymington out of Hants Senior Cup
» Bournemouth : 04/12/2013 21:53:00
» Leeds Utd : 04/12/2013 21:49:00