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  • Leicester cannot repeat their title glory - Ranieri

    Leicester cannot repeat their title glory - Ranieri

    Reuters
    Leicester cannot repeat their title glory - Ranieri

    (Reuters) - Claudio Ranieri warned Leicester City fans, who were still in dreamland on Tuesday following their side's "unbelievable" Premier League triumph, that a repeat next season could not happen. The Foxes' Italian manager, talking for the first time since Leicester's victory was sealed on Monday evening when nearest rivals Tottenham Hotspur failed to beat Chelsea, said their target now as champions would be a top-10 position. It was a typical response from Ranieri, who has spent all …

  • Ronaldo returns for Madrid, but Benzema will miss Bernabeu clash

    Ronaldo returns for Madrid, but Benzema will miss Bernabeu clash

    Omnisport
    Ronaldo returns for Madrid, but Benzema will miss Bernabeu clash

    Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to return for Real Madrid, but Karim Benzema and Casemiro will miss the clash with Manchester City. …

  • Clear-minded Leicester will thrive in European soccer, Buddhist monk says

    Clear-minded Leicester will thrive in European soccer, Buddhist monk says

    Reuters
    Clear-minded Leicester will thrive in European soccer, Buddhist monk says

    English champions Leicester City will have few problems against the giants of European soccer when they contest the Champions League next season, says the Thai monk who has been regularly blessing the newest sensations of world sport. Buddhist Phra Prommangkalachan says the team, with their clear minds, will continue to thrive on the international stage. "I believe the power of Buddhism... given through the Buddhist monk and executives (of the club's Thai owners King Power) has created …

  • Leicester's Thai owners vow to keep unlikely title-winners together

    Leicester's Thai owners vow to keep unlikely title-winners together

    Reuters
    Leicester's Thai owners vow to keep unlikely title-winners together

    By Simon Webb and Jutarat Skulpichetrat BANGKOK (Reuters) - The owners of English soccer champions Leicester City say they will resist attempts by more glamorous rivals to lure away their title-winning players, after an unlikely triumph that has captured the imagination of fans worldwide. Duty-free magnate Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha became the first Thai owner of an English Premier League title-winning team on Monday night, when the only club capable of catching them, Tottenham Hotspur, were …

  • Bangkok temple now a venerated site for Leicester City fans

    Bangkok temple now a venerated site for Leicester City fans

    Associated Press
    Bangkok temple now a venerated site for Leicester City fans

    BANGKOK (AP) — Tucked in the Chinatown area of Bangkok is a Buddhist temple that has turned overnight into a venerated site for Leicester City's fans, at least the ones in Thailand. …