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Joshua Feeling Low

After Leicester`s performance yesterday there would be one player who is feeling as low as his name suggests. Josh Low was taken off at half time yesterday and when the substitution was announced over the tannoy it received a large cheer from the majority of City fans.

Many fans were surprised to see that Low had been included in the first eleven. With Leicester winning two games back to back many expected an unchanged team from the one that started against Barnsley. However, an injury to Stephen Hughes meant that Low was needed to fill the right midfield position.

In the first half Low struggled to do anything down the right hand side and after several misplaced passes and half hearted challenges the crowd started to let him know his performance wasn`t good enough. Some fans felt that his performance was that bad that when he did manage to complete a simple pass to another City player it received ironic cheers.

Low was taken off by Kelly at half time and replaced with Andy Welsh, who didn`t play particularly well, but still created several chances for the City attackers.

Since joining City from Northampton Town Low has struggled to show the kind of form which saw him included in the League 1 team of the season last year. He has only started 12 games so far this season and although he may feel that he hasn`t been given a proper run in the team, his chance at Leicester might have already passed him by.


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Date:Sunday December 24 2006
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