Saturday , February 27 2021

In Leicester's possession, Burnley is the first home game for an accident

Leicester – Leicester City rode the feeling of the wave
On Saturday but could not break into a dead end Burnley first
starting with the owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in the helicopter crash
Outside the King Power Stadium.

The team of Claude Puel came close to scoring after a late pass through the box
but the headline of Shinji Okazaki wound wide to the depth of the damage and they did
forced to settle for a 0-0 draw.

After the match, Vichain's son Aiyawatt (Top-
involving players and staff as well as former leaders including Claudio Ranieri
– Walked all four sides of the field by knocking the fans who sang
"Vichai" in response.

Vichain owned Leicester produced one
the biggest shock when the English football history is won by the 2015/16 Premier
League, starting at 5,000-1 in the season.

On Friday, the club announced plans to build a statue
At the Vichai Stadium.

"It was difficult and lots of emotions around
game, during the game and after the game, "said Leicester boss Claude

"We were unlucky, but I was proud of the players"
because they did their best in this situation. "

"It was a tough week to prepare this game without any training
sessions and a long trip to Bangkok, "he added." Field
compensated for desire. "

Before the kick-off event, the specialty image advertising was shown to be big
shows and a huge banner opened by reading: "Khun Vichai, forever
our hearts ".

Then the whole stadium would be silent for two minutes
remember Vichai and four others killed in an accident as well as soldiers
and women who died in the battle, on the eve of the 100th anniversary
the end of World War I.

The fans started to stand in the white sea
silence, keeping aloft special scarves dedicated to the former owner who
made the reality of their impossible Premier League dream just two years ago.

Previously, supporters accelerated the pouring rain when they did
their way down the street to the country where Leicester tickets and
wearing classic shirts, some of which are "Vichai" behind.

There was an interesting atmosphere, but pocket singing,
including "We love Leicester, we do," "I'm Leicester till I
die "and simply" Vichai ".

Saturday's walk was called a 5,000-1 walk
their astonishing achievements in winning the Premiership.

Charismatic Thai had become a beloved figure in the club
and the city – rarely reached the Premier League clubs "
far away from billionaires.

Stories have appeared in his generosity club
supporters and players as well as great donations to local hospitals.

Mourners have turned the Leicester Stadium into a sanctuary,
carpet country with purses and thanksgiving.

"No president has done what he did with Leicester
City. I respect all his work and not just the football club
charity, "said fan Jake Tilson, 35." He is a legend. "

"I think football can learn from him and how he is
gave the local community. "

Another supporter, Don Martin, said: "It looks like
It's a celebration, but it's one of the saddest days of the club. Its
the chairman is recognized.

"I trust the future. Top and the rest
the family continues to inherit his father's legacy. There is no doubt
that, "added the 57-year-old.

Top, typing on Saturday a special match day program,
said: "We will never be able to pay back what he did to us – to me for her
boy, our family, all connected to and outside of Leicester City – but we do
are committed to respecting his memory and maintaining the legacy. "

Leicester, currently at the 10th place in the Premier League, returned
last weekend, beat Cardiff 1-0.

Several players like Jamie Vardy and Kasper
Schmeichel and Director Puel then traveled to Thailand to participate in Vichai
funeral, which meant Burnley's preparations were disturbed.

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