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Depending on what type of fan you are will effect how you look at Leicester's recent form. You could look on the positive side and say that Leicester are unbeaten in their last four games, on the other hand you could say it has been 6 games since Leicester last won.

Then international break has give both the team and fans a weeks rest, those players who are not on international duty will be able to work with Rob Kelly on the training ground, trying to iron out the problems the team seems to be facing.

For the fans it is a chance to look forward to a weekend without the threat of Leicester losing and plunging into the relegation zone. Although many Leicester City fans realised that this season was not going to be an easy one, not many could have expected the poor performances that have been witnessed.

The hopes of Leicester fans was raised due to the way Leicester finished the end of last season. With Hume and Fryatt up front Leicester seemed to have a cutting edge which they had lacked all season.

However, this season for whatever reasons Hume and Fryatt have failed to click. This has resulted in Leicester struggling to score goals and once the opposition scores there seems to be a belief that the game has been lost.

Some fans are asking what the difference is between this season and last season under Craig Levein? The answer is nothing. After 10 games last season Leicester had picked up 10 points, the same as they have done this season. All Leicester fans know that Levein eventually got the sack, after Leicester struggled to win games. Let`s hope that the international break will give Kelly a chance to quickly change the problems and get Leicester onto the winning trail as soon as possible.




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Date:Friday October 6 2006

Time: 9:00AM

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troubled times , if you could have found the back of the net you would have murdered us (hull) I think you will come good this season though :-)
dazednconfuzed
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06/10/2006 09:10:00

I dont want to tempt fate but 2 wins out of 2 since the international break. Lets hope Kelly has cracked it! :)
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18/10/2006 23:43:00

 

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