Leicester boss Rodgers reveals his players are struggling to prepare for games due to coronavirus

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Brendan Rodgers believes the ongoing coronavirus restrictions are making it more difficult for players to focus on football. Leicester take on Zorya Luhansk in their opening Europa League group fixture on Thursday, the second match in a sequence of six in 20 days. After winning their opening three Premier League games, including a 5-2 win …

Leicester’s Caglar Soyuncu to be out for THREE MONTHS as Foxes injury woes continue

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Brendan Rodgers was left bemoaning another serious injury as the Leicester boss confirmed first-choice centre-back Caglar Soyuncu is set for three months on the sidelines.  Soyuncu, 24, played no part in Sunday’s dramatic 1-0 defeat by Aston Villa, where Ross Barkley netted a last-minute winner for Dean Smith’s visitors. In defeat Rodgers confirmed Soyuncu, who suffered …

Leicester 0-1 Aston Villa: Stoppage time Ross Barkley strike earns FOURTH straight win

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Less  than three months after avoiding relegation by a single point, Aston Villa can go top of the Premier League if they avoid defeat by Leeds on Friday after a remarkable turnaround in fortunes. Ross Barkley’s glorious stoppage-time strike sealed their fourth consecutive victory and should make people sit up and take notice just as much …

Brendan Rodgers says England are ‘very fortunate’ to be able to call upon Jack Grealish

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Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has expressed his admiration for Jack Grealish, whose talent he feels England are ‘very fortunate’ to be able to call upon. Having been superb in Aston Villa‘s remarkable 7-2 victory over Liverpool on October 4, Grealish subsequently impressed for England in the 3-0 friendly win against Wales four days later. He …

Premier League suggested controversial £14.95 charge for pay-per-view matches, claims BT Sport boss

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BT Sport chiefs claim the Premier League’s controversial new Pay-Per-View plan is designed to protect football’s struggling ecosystem, rather than line the pocket of clubs or broadcasters. As revealed by Sportsmail, fans shut out from stadiums now face paying £14.95 to watch matches not already broadcast – on top of existing subscription fees for BT and …