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 Posted by Ben Jacobs
23 hours ago

Leicetser's draw vs. Arsenal should have been much more

Leicester City showed real grit and were very much the better side, as they held a disappointing Arsenal to a 1-1 draw.

A point against Arsenal -- a team Leicester hasn't beaten in the league since 1994 -- is clearly a superb result but one that will probably disappoint manager Nigel Pearson.

Once again, Leicester will get branded "resilient" and "well organised," but let's be honest, these are backhanded compliments -- ways for the media, or opposition managers, to imply the underdog successfully bridged the gulf in class. That doesn't mean they are not accurate adjectives, but you rarely hear the Premier Leagu...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
1 day ago

Three Points: Leicester vs. Arsenal

Leicester City showed real grit and were very much the better side, as they held a disappointing Arsenal to a 1-1 draw.

LEICESTER, England -- A trio of thoughts from Leicester and Arsenal's 1-1 draw in the Premier League.

1. Striker wanted: apply within

"Sign a striker" is the polite version of what travelling Gunners fans sang toward Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who glowered in a fashion as only he can. After a 2-2 result at Everton last weekend, this was another away draw. Just desserts too; Leicester deserved their point and might even have had more. After Alexis Sanchez's goal, Arsenal were punchless.

Early...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
2 days ago

Leicester poised for result vs. Arsenal

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson talks about new signing Esteban Cambiasso and the team's philosophy.

Aside from a solitary FA Cup penalty shootout triumph in 2000, Leicester hasn't beaten Arsenal since Arsene Wenger took charge. That tells you what a dreadful record the Foxes have against the Gunners.

You need to go back to November 1994 for Leicester's latest league win -- a 2-1 victory at Filbert Street, masterminded by clumsy yet oddly prolific striker Ian Ormondroyd (who had the same sort of demeanor as Gareth Keenan from The Office).

Leicester has been thrashed on a number of occasions...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
3 days ago

Gritty Cambiasso will fit right in at Leicester City

After more than a decade at Inter, Esteban Cambiasso is swapping Milan for Leicester.

It is not often I get excited by the signing of an "old man," but that arrival of Esteban Cambiasso -- affectionately referred to as "Cuchu," which is Spanish for "old man" -- at Leicester City is a shrewd piece of business.

The Foxes fought off fierce competition from Sevilla to land the 34-year-old, who leaves Inter Milan after a decade and more than 300 appearances at the San Siro.

Cambiasso is the most decorated Argentine footballer in history, earning 23 different winners' medals, incl...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
4 days ago

Leicester City can't take games lightly

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson contends that the Foxes have plenty of positives to take away from their 2-0 defeat by Chelsea.

Nigel Pearson maintains he respects the League Cup. But his second-string XI certainly didn't against Shrewsbury Town as Leicester City went down 1-0 on Tuesday. You have to give the plucky League Two side credit, as they joined Nottingham Forest, Brighton and Manchester City as just the fourth visiting team to win at Leicester's King Power Stadium in the past 12 months.

Leicester lacked both intensity and desire in match. They were complacent. You might expect this from their strongest XI. Afte...

 Posted by Ben Jacobs
6 days ago

The taming of the Shrews?

Chris Wood's late goal earned Leicester City a confidence-boosting point against Everton.
Chris Wood will hope to give his manage a nudge against the Shrews.

A League Cup tie against Shrewsbury is certainly not an inconvenience. It is an opportunity for Leicester to record their first competitive win of the season, and extend their unbeaten run at the King Power Stadium.

The match probably won't be a sellout, nor will some fans mind if a largely second-string Foxes side crash out, but let's not forget that Premier League survival is all about momentum.

Newly promoted teams are tough to beat -- especially in the early part of the season -- because th...