Date:Tuesday November 28 2006
Vital Leicester decided to contact Vital Norwich to see how their season was going and which players the Leicester team should be careful about.
How has your new manager settled in?
Peter Grant is a breath of fresh air at Carrow Road. He was passionate as a midfielder in the 90s, and this passion is still evident as a manager, especially when he crosses paths with the fourth official.
After our last match against Hull he accused the fans of not getting behind the players after going one up, but after a drubbing at Ipswich and struggling home to Hull, he is attacking the symptoms rather than the cause.
Where do you think you will finish this season?
I hope we will finish in the play-off places but according to Delia and Peter Grant automatic promotion is still possible.
Who is your most dangerous player?
Without doubt Robert Earnshaw, he is a force to be reckoned with and if he gets the service he can turn almost nothing into a goal.
Are there any youth players that have impressed this season?
Jason Shackell has been a regular starter for a while, now, but there is a new confidence about him with Grant as manager and Dion Dublin passing on some useful tips on the training pitch.
Young Robert Eagle may get a start, due to Luke Chadwick and Lee Croft being sidelined with injuries. His crosses are accurate, although the strikers are still getting used to his style.
What is your prediction for the game?
The players owe it to the fans to play with a confident style because they still owe us for the shame of losing at Portman Road. I tend to think it will be one a piece.
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|Leicester City||3||-||2||Aston Villa|
|AFC Bournemouth||1||-||1||Leicester City|
|3. Man Utd||8||5||1||2||4||16|
|4. Crystal Palace||8||5||0||3||4||15|
|5. Leicester City||8||4||3||1||2||15|
|6. West Ham||8||4||2||2||6||14|
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