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Brendan Rodgers


Brendan Rodgers (born 26 January 1973) is a Northern Irish football coach and former player who is the manager of Premier League club Leicester City.

Rodgers began his career as a defender at Ballymena United, where he stayed until he was signed by Reading at the age of 18, although a genetic knee condition forced him to retire at age 20. He remained at Reading as a coach and then academy director, and continued to play non-league football at Newport, Witney Town and Newbury Town for several years. After a period travelling around Spain to study coaching methods, he was invited by José Mourinho to leave Reading and join Chelsea as youth manager in 2004, later being promoted to reserve manager in 2006.

In 2008, he was appointed manager of Watford, where he remained until he accepted an offer to become manager of his former club Reading in 2009. He left the club by mutual consent after disappointing results six months later. He returned to management with Swansea City in 2010, leading the club to promotion to the Premier League, the first Welsh team ever to do so, before guiding them to finish 11th the following season. On 1 June 2012, Rodgers accepted an offer to become the new manager of Liverpool, whom he led to runners-up position in the league in the 2013–14 season before his dismissal in October 2015. He became manager of Celtic in May 2016 and led Celtic to an undefeated domestic season in his first year, and trebles in both of his first two seasons. He left Celtic for Leicester City in February 2019.

Kasper Schmeichel


Schmeichel joined Leicester City in 2011 by Sven-Göran Eriksson - this was the third time the pair worked together (previously at) Manchester City and Notts County. In Leicester's first Champions League campaign, Schmeichel saved a penalty in each leg of the last 16 tie with Sevilla.

Danny Simpson


Danny joined Leicester City from Queens Park Rangers in 2014. Danny is yet to score a goal for the foxes.

Ben Chilwell


Ben is a product of the Leicester academy and won Leicester's Academy Player of the Year award at the end of the 2014–15 season. He has since become a first team player starting with former manager Claudio Ranieri. On 26 December 2016, Chilwell made his Premier League debut in a 0-2 home defeat to Everton. Chilwell received praise for his performance within this game

Caglar Soyuncu


Making his senior national team debut in 2016, Söyüncü is the first Altınordu S.K. player called up to Turkey national football team after 78 years, since Sait Altınordu, the iconic player of the club, was selected in 1938. He is also the first player called up to national team from any İzmir-based football clubs since 1997.

Wes Morgan

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In January 2012, Morgan joined Leicester City for an undisclosed fee by Nigel Pearson. As a result of his performances towards the end of the 2011–12 season, he was awarded with the Leicester City captaincy ahead of the 2012–13 season. Manager Claudio Ranieri said "Wes Morgan is Baloo off The Jungle Book."

Jonny Evans


n June 2018, Leicester City activated his relegation release clause in his contract with West Bromwich Albion with £3.5m. He signed a three-year contract.

Demarai Gray


Leicester City activated the release clause in Gray's contract, reported as £3.7 million, and he signed a four-and-a-half-year contract on 4 January 2016. He had made ten appearances, all as a substitute, by 2 May when Leicester were confirmed as champions.

Kelechi Iheanacho

Iheanacho was signed by Leicester City on a five-year contract on 3 August 2017, for a reported £25m fee.

Jamie Vardy


In 2012, it was announced that Nigel Pearson would sign Jamie Vardy ahead of the 2012–13 season, for a reported fee of £1 million, a non-League record, which could potentially be worth up to £1.7 million with add-ons.

On 21 November, Vardy matched Van Nistelrooy's record of consecutive Premier League games with a goal, opening a 3–0 win over Newcastle United. A week later, against Manchester United, he scored again to claim the record for himself.

In 2017 Vardy was one of four Leicester players in the PFA Team of the Year; he was later also named the FWA Footballer of the Year, and the 2016 Barclays Premier League Player of the Season.

James Maddison


Maddison joined Leicester City in June 2018, signing a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee, thought to be approximately £20 million. On 18 August, Maddison scored his first goal in the Premier League in a 2-0 win against Wolverhampton.

Marc Albrighton


Marc joined Leicester in 2014 following our return to the Premier League. Albrighton played more regularly under new manager Claudio Ranieri, featuring in every league game in the campaign. Albrighton scored his first goal of the season in the opening 4–2 victory over Sunderland, which set the tone for a remarkable season.

Danny Ward


On 20 July 2018, Ward completed a move to Leicester City for around £12.5 million.

Ricardo Pereira


On 17 May 2018, a €25 million deal was agreed for Ricardo to move to Leicester City. He made his Premier League debut on 10 August, playing the entire 1–2 away defeat against Manchester United.

Harry Maguire


Leicester City signed Harry Maguire on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee from Hull City on Thursday. 15th June

Eldin Jakupović

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Leicester City completed the signing of goalkeeper Eldin Jakupović from Hull City for an undisclosed fee in July 2017. The 32-year-old ‘keeper put pen-to-paper on a three-year deal with the Foxes and linked up with his new team-mates for the first time out in Hong Kong, where they were contesting the Premier League Asia Trophy

Daniel Amartey


Daniel joined Leicester City in 2016 and in his first season he featured for the foxes give times. He played six times at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, lasting 90 minutes in every match to help Ghana finish fourth in the tournament. His performances saw him named in the CAF Team of the tournament.

Harvey Barnes

Barnes is a product of the Leicester academy, which he joined at the age of nine. He signed his first professional contract with the club on 25 June 2016[5] and on 7 December 2016 made his debut for the first team as a second-half substitute in a 5–0 UEFA Champions League defeat to FC Porto. On 21 July 2017, Barnes signed a new 4 year contact, keeping him at the King Power Stadium until July 2021. He scored his first Leicester City Pro goal at West Ham United in 2019. 

Shinji Okazaki


Shinji made his debut for the club on 8 August 2015 in Leicester City's 4–2 opening day win against Sunderland, and scored his first goal for the club the following week in a 2–1 win against West Ham United.

Matty James


Matty James and his Manchester United teammate Richie De Laet moved to Leicester City in a double transfer, for which the fee was undisclosed. The pair each signed three-year contracts. In 2016 James played with Leicester City U23 squad to regain fitness. James then went out on loan to Barnsley in January 2017 until the end of the season.

Nampalys Mendy


Mendy moved to Premier League champions Leicester City, managed by his former boss at Monaco, Claudio Ranieri, signing a four-year deal for £13 million, a club record at the time.

Wilfred Ndidi


Ndidi made his debut for the club on 7 January 2017, in a 2–1 win against Everton in the third round of the FA Cup. He made his first Premier League start on 14 January 2017 against Chelsea at home in a 3–0 defeat.

Christian Fuchs


Nigel Pearson signed Fuchs in June 2015 but never played under Pearson. Fuchs didn't have a regular spot in new manager Claudio Ranieri's squad until October. Fuchs made an appearance in Leicester's third round League Cup tie against West Ham United, providing an assist for Andy King's extra time winner. On 21 October 2016, Fuchs signed a new contract with Leicester, keeping him with the club until June 2019.

Andy King


King joined Chelsea when he was just nine years old. After being released in 2004 when he was 15 years old, he joined the Leicester City youth academy. King was offered his first professional contract with Leicester on 5 May 2007. He has been with the club ever since and has become a club legend winning League One, Championship and Premier League Trophies.

He made his Champions League debut for Leicester on 18 October 2016, contributing in a 1–0 victory over F.C. Copenhagen at the King Power Stadium.

Rachid Ghezzal


Born in Metropolitan Lyon, Ghezzal joined Lyon’s academy as a 12-year-old and signed his first professional contract with the club in 2010. The winger spent two years with Lyon B before being promoted to the first team and made his senior debut in October 2012 against Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona in the UEFA Europa League.
The Algerian enjoyed his most prolific campaign for Lyon in 2015/16 when he scored eight goals in 29 Ligue 1 appearances. In his final season with the club, Ghezzal played 25 times as his side reached the UEFA Europa League semi-final and finished fourth in the league. The winger finished his time at Lyon with a record of 14 goals and 20 assists in his 110 appearances.

Hamza Choudhury


A tough-tackling talent in the centre of midfield, Hamza Choudhury often acts as a defensive guard in front of the back line. His performances for the Club's Academy side in 2015/16 saw him secure a loan move to Sky Bet League 1 outfit Burton Albion, helping them gain promotion to the Championship.

Choudhury captained the 10-man squad who travelled to Hong Kong for the Citi Soccer Sevens, lifting the trophy in Happy Valley in May 2017. After pre-season, Choudhury was named as the Development Squad's new captain following the departure of Elliott Moore to OH Leuven on loan.

He made his senior Foxes debut against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup in September 2017 before enjoying a Premier League bow during a 2-1 success over Tottenham Hotspur in November.

The following season, Hamza established himself in the First Team, playing a key part in back-to-back victories against Chelsea and Manchester City over the festive period

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