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Whoscored: Pleasant early Prem surprises

Southampton Sep 26, 2014
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 By Ben Jacobs
11 hours ago

Foxes in free fall towards Premier League trap door

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson expects a 'well organised' Sunderland side at King Power Stadium.

Leicester are in free fall. That's no exaggeration, and it's a decline not too many of us saw coming after the scintillating 5-3 comeback victory over Manchester United in September.

A few weeks ago, the Foxes were sitting pretty in mid-table while Sunderland had just been mauled 8-0 at Southampton. Since then, Gus Poyet's side have beaten Crystal Palace and drawn with Everton to move three points above City, who are winless and goalless in their last four games and now find themselves in the relegation...

 By Jason Dasey
Nov 13, 2014

From Leicester to Bangkok: Heskey contemplates Asian swansong

A Leicester City ambassador in Asia who won two League Cup titles with his boyhood club, Emile Heskey still hasn't closed the door on a playing comeback.

Emile Heskey's new love affair with Thailand could see the former England and Liverpool striker make a playing comeback in the Thai Premier League. The 36-year-old was last week named as an ambassador to his hometown club, Leicester City, for their Thailand International Academy, which opens in January.

The English Premier League side are owned by King Power, a Thai duty-free retail group. Heskey was in Bangkok for the academy launch and to be a judge in a competition to recruit the best Thai teenage...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Nov 11, 2014

Player of the Season so far: Your club's best performer in the Premier League

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets and discuss the candidates for EPL MVP thus far and question whether or not Craig Burley will ever manage.

With the season in full swing, who has shone in the Premier League? We asked our ESPN FC bloggers who has been their club's player of the season so far ...

- Europe: Star players for the continental clubs so far

Arsenal: Alexis Sanchez

In a season when Arsenal have lurched from the less than sublime to the beyond ridiculous, the Chilean stands head and shoulders above anyone else. Desire, work rate, energy, application, a hunger to make an impact on games and the end product to back it up. So far...

 By Ben Jacobs
Nov 8, 2014

Foxes in free fall as Leicester succumb at Southampton

Nigel Pearson explained his disappointment as Leicester City fell 2-0 to Southampton, but was pleased with his team's effort.

Ahead of Leicester's trip to Southampton I called (and prayed) for a more positive performance, but all the Foxes provided was a resolute one in a 2-0 defeat. The visitors were defensively robust for 75 minutes, but in practice that just means they packed the box, thus inviting pressure, and threw bodies at the ball.

This seems to be the tactic of most relegation-threatened sides on the road, yet it rarely works. More often than not teams who, to steal a Jose Mourinho phrase, "park the bus"...

 By Ben Jacobs
Nov 7, 2014

Leicester must embrace underdog status as daunting trip to Saints looms

Leicester coach Nigel Pearson says his side must remain focused in order to achieve a positive result at this weekend's trip to Southampton.

There's really no point in the manager of the year committee convening in May. They may as well hand the trophy to Southampton's Ronald Koeman now.

Having lost former boss Mauricio Pochettino to Tottenham and seen a player exodus (largely to Liverpool), most predicted Saints would be second bottom, not second top, after 10 games.

On Saturday, Leicester travel to the in-form side, who have won their last four games and are unbeaten at home this season. In stark contrast, the Foxes are winless in...

 By Ben Jacobs
Nov 3, 2014

Pearson screwed up vs. West Brom and deserves criticism for Ulloa snub

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson still has plenty of belief in his squad, despite their poor form of late.

I don't often make a habit of laying into managers, but I think Nigel Pearson completely screwed up on Saturday as Leicester lost 1-0 at home to West Brom.

Leonardo Ulloa should have been the first name on his team sheet. Even though Leicester's record signing is out of form and hasn't mustered a shot on target in his last four matches, the Argentine should still be starting.

His current goal drought -- which started after his brace in the 5-3 victory over Manchester United six weeks ago -- is down...