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Pearson Will Keep His Position

Despite numerous reports that Leicester were set to part company, or had indeed sacked Nigel Pearson, following our failure to win promotion, it's believed the Board are happy to continue backing him for next season.

The Leicester Mercury suggest that their sources state his position as manager is safe, and that both he and the club are already working on plans for next season.

Stating further that the Board are happy with the progress that he has made, especially as we have a younger team, with potential to develop further and they are happy with this direction because of the more long term stability it will bring, especially with the Financial Fair Play rules coming into effect.

Therefore they are happy for him to continue and plans are being worked on to both strengthen the team, but also to continue stripping out those Pearson doesn't see as playing a part moving forward.

Hopefully this is true, as stability moving forward for the club is all important, and not only will the players be better placed next season to right a few wrongs, but equally Pearson will know exactly what they are capable of now and what he needs to do to add that improvement to make next season more successful.

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Date:Saturday May 18 2013

Time: 4:04PM

 

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