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Milan lets fans air views over Allen

Milan lets fans air views over Allen

Leicester City chairman Milan Mandaric has today invited Leicester City fans to explain to him why they sang in support for recently departed manager Martin Allen.

Allen, left his post at Leicester after just 4 games at the club, with his last match being a 4-1 thumping of Championship leaders Watford.

Speculation over the reasons for his leaving have been rife, and this has not been helped with the timing of his departure, just hours after the original League Cup tie with Forest was abandoned due to Clive Clarke's heart failure during the half time break. A non-disclosure agreement between Allen and the club has meant that details behind his departure have been hard to come by.

Mandaric told the Leicester Mercury today he was 'confused and upset' upon hearing fans chant Allen's name during the rearranged tie with Forest.

Milan has promised to listen to fan's reasoning behind their support for Allen and 'Then I'll tell you why I think you were wrong.'

The meeting will be help at 7pm on Thursday at the Walkers Stadium. A full article will appear on this site for those unable to make it.

Are you planning on attending the meeting? Did you sing for Allen? Do you think it was inappropriate for fans to do so? Let me know your views by leaving a comment or visiting the forum



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Date:Saturday September 22 2007
Time: 2:00PM

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I'll be going to the meeting to report on procedings. I'd also quite like to know what Milan has to say.
Geheee
22/09/2007 14:03:00
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at least he wants to be open and honest with you guys I guess, not a bad sign
The Fear
23/09/2007 09:36:00
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