Leicester City Player Reviews- 2019/2020

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(1)  KASPER SCHMEICHEL /age 33 – contract ends June 2023/Games 43 – Clean Sheets 14

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(1)  KASPER SCHMEICHEL /age 33 – contract ends June 2023/Games 43 – Clean Sheets 14

With 13 Premier League clean sheets, Schmeichel has achieved the second highest return of his career. Still very much a lynchpin of the side, the on-pitch captain still shows the same level of passion since he first started 9 years ago. Referees and their assistants must dread dealing with Kasper when he gets a bee in his bonnet about certain decisions. He has undoubtedly proven to be our saviour with vital saves throughout the season, not to mention a couple of crucial penalty saves. Since project restart he was a key performer and kept Leicester in a lot of games that they could have been out of sight in. Like any goalkeeper though he is prone to error and typically his two biggest errors proved crucial against Bournemouth and Manchester United at the end of the season. He has adapted well to Rodgers style and is comfortable with starting the play, but almost every game he’ll shank a long pass straight out of play or worse to the opposition. His stats still show him in good company near the top of the Premier league charts. For instance i always think he gets too stuck on his line and doesn’t claim crosses but his high claims are better than De Gea and Alisson and his cleared punches are only 1 less than the same keepers. Like all goalkeepers his errors are hard to forget, but his strength as a goalkeeper should never be in doubt. That will be key in whether the team that made his dad famous are serious about prising his son away from the club.

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(2) James Justin/ age 22 – contract ends June 2024 / Games 18 – Goals 1

Signed in the summer from Luton primarily as back up for both Ben Chilwell and Ricardo Pereira, Justin has been called into action far more than was expected with both full backs sustaining long term injuries. Looking most comfortable at the right back slot, Justin has had to be versatile by playing right across the back line in both a back 4 and a back 3. With a settled side and Ricardo’s injury likely to continue late into the year, Justin will be hoping to have a run in one position to ensure his development is correctly managed. On occasions he has been caught out of position, but that is only to be expected of a player that hopped from League One directly to the Premier League at 21. But witness his brave defensive header at Watford and his 30 yard thunderbolt against Crystal Palace hitting the woodwork, this is a player that will get better and better.

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(3) Ben Chilwell/ age 23 – contract ends June 2024 / Games 33 – Goals 3

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For some reason there seems to be some Leicester supporters that aren’t fans of Ben Chilwell. Despite his best goals return and a productive season with England he can’t please everyone. His runs down the wing are still struggling to produce the required crossing accuracy required to be considered a real threat. Defensively Chilwell doesn’t seem to be progressing as quickly as he should be and sometimes plays with a lack of confidence. Both Liverpool games saw him given a torrid time by Alexander-Arnold amongst others. On the other hand he is left defensively exposed with no protection on his flank all too often. This was most notable at Manchester City where he was desperately trying to maintain the shape of a back 4 whilst Mahrez teased him by getting chalk on his boots. Fans shouting at Chilwell to close him down would do well to remember how important it is to not leave gaps in between a back line. His name seems to be the gossip columns favourites as it was a year ago with Chelsea being his most likely suitors. Leicester have proved for the last 3 years that they will not bullied to sell. If Chilwell does go for mega money (like 60 million plus) it will represent good business for a player developed from the academy with still much to improve on within his game.

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(4) Çağlar Söyüncü/ age 24 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 42 – Goals 1 / red cards 1

With the departure of centre back Harry Maguire Leicester were left with a huge slab-head hole in their defence & 85 million pounds burning a hole in their pocket. They could have been forgiven for blowing a load of that on a new signing but wisely they had an understudy waiting in the wings. Soyuncu has proved a revelation & has arguably been a better player than Maguire for much of the season. He’s confident, defensively sound & comfortable on the ball (8th highest number of passes in the Prem), there isn’t much Soyuncu can’t do. His partnership with Evans has proved fruitful. Previously criticised for being erratic and a walking red card, this was fairly unfounded until an away game at Bournemouth. Petulantly kicking Callum Wilson straight after going 2-1 down in a crucial match and ruling himself out for the season could have arguably cost Leicester a Champions League place. His absence lead to the defence being even more patched together than before and left the foxes more defensively exposed. This was a massive lesson to learn and one he surely won’t make again.

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(5) Wes Morgan/ age 36 – contract ends June 2021 / Games 17 – Goals 0

What was supposed to be his Swan-song season has been extended for one final hurrah. As expected Morgan did mainly play a bit part this season, mainly as a substitute. Although he was thrust into the starting line up at home to Sheffield United and wound back the clock to produce a vintage defensive display. He’s not as slow as everyone would make out and his positional play is still fantastic. But Captain Morgan’s time aboard the good ship ‘Leicester’ is coming to an end. With a minimum of 46 games next season and 3 at the back becoming more frequent, there’s a chance Morgan will still be needed. The reality is we need to ensure he isn’t needed for anything other than a calm head.

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(6) Jonny Evans/ age 32 – contract ends June 2021 / Games 46 – Goals 2 / red cards 1

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Fully committed. Those are the best words that describe Evans as a professional and his season. Two moments exemplified that in the best and the worst moments of his season. During the home game with Spurs a loose ball span towards the halfway line with Harry Kane in hot pursuit, Evans had already spotted this and was in full sprint mode, everyone at the King Power stadium held their breath, Evans slid in winning the ball cleanly and smashing Harry Kane into the air. The cheer that greeted this was as loud as a goal itself. The other side is when he does something similar into the 90th and final minutes of the season and gets sent off for smashing in high on Scott McTominay. That’s the way we need Evans to be though. His 8 yellow cards were the highest of any other Leicester player this season and although that’s not to be championed, there does need to be a more fearsome approach in the foxes armoury if they are going to progress next season & Evans fits that role admirably. Not just a blood and thunder defender though he is key in starting plays and maintaining play with him producing the 5th highest number of passes of any other Premier League player. He still looks as fit as a fiddle and with the age of 33 approaching he will need to be carefully managed and given sufficient back up to ensure this season isn’t one of burnout. He’ll get the first 3 league games off through suspension at least.

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(7) Demarai Gray/ age 24 – contract ends June 2021 / Games 29 – Goals 3

Had i have written this review prior to lockdown it would have had a real similar vein to the last few seasons. Gray flattering to deceive and his quality moments only sporadically seen. But he was one of the very few players that seemed to improve the team during project restart and this was all mainly from the bench. His pace and final ball was starting to flow and hit off. His fantastic creation for Vardy’s goal at Arsenal was sorely underrated. His finish against Sheffield United looking sharper. Dare i say it, Gray is starting to excite me that he might be the player we have been craving for a long time, this could be his time to shine. My cynical side needs to show itself though. He has a year left on his contract and he recently removed a lot of Leicester City content from his social media account. Maybe Demarai is just looking at the next key move in his career. Personally i think Leicester should give him a new contract and watch him fly next season. He’s on the brink of becoming the player we need.

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(8) Youri Tielemans/ age 23 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 44 – Goals 5

Our record transfer (depending on which media outlet you trust) is still one of the classiest players in our squad. Able to turn and pass in a swift motion like few others. After bursting through on loan at the end of the 2018/19 season, big things were expected  from Tielemans this season. Like most of the first team he lived up to those expectations in the first half of the season but the dropped off and became very anonymous in the second half. This is best exemplified by noting that all of his goals and a large chunk of his assists came before Christmas. This may be attributed to his fitness levels. Quite noticeably he was unable to complete many 90 minutes during his loan spell, this season has seen that trend continue. There is also an argument to suggest that his use as a deeper central midfielder isn’t necessarily putting his talents to best use. He’s neither a Ndidi type play breaker, nor would he want to be confined to a number 10 role when his strength lies in sitting deeper and controlling midfield. Tielemans did show us late on in the season with a vintage performance at home to Sheffield United what he is all about. Creating chances, pressing opponents with aggression and picking key passes. We’ll need even more of that next season to start seeing this potential world class player blossom.

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(9) Jamie Vardy/ age 33 – contract ends June 2022 / Games 40 – Goals 23

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Yet another season for Jamie Vardy to remember by joining the 100 Premier League goals club and rounding that off with the Golden Boot. Further making Claude Puel look slightly daft with how strangely he managed him seemingly towards an early retirement. Vardy still remains a huge threat off the shoulder of any centre back and its clear that his age is nothing but a number. With his professional career starting later, its still realistic to expect he can go at this level for a few more years. As Leicester’s talisman he will need to keep up that level with no other player near to his goal tally or style. Not many pundits would throw any criticism Vardy’s way after such an amazing season, but i’m not getting paid so here goes. Put simply Vardy after Christmas (like so many Leicester players) under-performed & only scored 6 goals. His defenders (and i’m normally one of them) would normally blame the rest of the team for not giving him the service but since project restart that hasn’t been the case. There were many poor first touches and sloppy passes that halted progression along with many anonymous displays. Iheanacho was genuinely looking more dangerous and sharper than him, particularly the Crystal Palace game where Vardy eventually surpassed 100 goals with a goal handed on a plate to him. But as always his attitude is second to none and that’s why during any barren spell he’s the perfect player to take it on, such is his focus and belief.

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(10)  James Maddison/ age 23 – contract ends June 2023 (????) / Games 38 – Goals 9

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The un-droppable number 10? Maddison is a fantastic player and for 2 seasons now has come to the attention of the footballing world culminating in him being capped for England. Constantly compared to his friend and rival Jack Grealish and also linked with big moves away. The reality is that Maddison is still very capable of improving and becoming an even better player. Consistency (as with so many Leicester players this season) has been lacking, but when you witness fine performances like the Spurs home game you know this is a player that can be a consistent match winner and a real threat. His numbers aren’t terrible by any means but one would be hoping for more goals (6) and assists (3) than he managed in this seasons Premier League. He did generate the 2nd most through balls in the league and not for some terrible handball blocks he may have had more goals to his name. Rodgers is a huge fan and sees no reason to doubt his abilities with a new contract imminently ready to sign. But it is worth noting that both Perez and Iheanacho naturally take up the number 10 position when playing. The formation we played most of the season (4-2-3-1) doesn’t necessarily get the best out of the players playing either side of Maddison either with wingers struggling to generate real width. Is there a different role for Maddison in the team?

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(11)  Marc Albrighton/ age 30 – contract ends June 2022 / Games 28 – Goals 0

Finishing his 6th season as a Leicester player Albrighton seems to be very much a squad player who only seems to start when injuries or tactics necessitate. Much adored by the Leicester faithful for his ever committed displays, his simple method of taking one touch before getting his cross in is a simple method ignored by many Premier League players. Incidentally despite his reduced minutes he has registered the same league assists as James Maddison. 30 is certainly not an age that a footballer should be cast aside and Albrighton was much used by Brendan Rodgers last season, his experience will be leaned on even more in the forthcoming campaign.

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(12)  Danny Ward/ age 27 – contract ends June 2022 – 4 appearances (2 in FA cup, 2 in League cup)

The life of a back up keeper is one of waiting and waiting and 2 years since his 12.5 million pound signing he is still waiting to make his Premier League debut. Ward will be used as a back up until Kasper Schmeichel decides Leicester is no longer the place for him anymore. Ward has looked perfectly capable in goal during his cup displays but to dislodge a number 1 of nine years he needs to be exceptional. As i write rumours of Schmeichel’s future are in the air. Wards chance as a number 1 may be coming sooner than you think.

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(13)  Islam Slimani/ age 32 – contract ends June 2021 – MONACO loan Games 19 – Goals 9

Two years since last playing in a Leicester shirt, Slimani had a far more productive loan spell in the French League with Monaco before his season was curtailed by the pandemic. With 1 year left on his contract his return to form, elsewhere at least could finally benefit Leicester and Slimani. He is unlikely to hit the heights of his lucrative Leicester contract but if he were to wait another year and have another loan spell that doesn’t go well it could cost him and Leicester a lot. It is imperative that he leaves before the end of the transfer window.

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(14)  Kelechi Iheanacho/ age 23 – contract ends June 2022 / Games 26 – Goals 10

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Kelechi has finally arrived. Having barely played much league football Brendan Rodgers threw on the Nigerian striker as Leicester trailed to Everton. He was a revelation, setting up Vardy’s equaliser and then scoring a dramatic late winner that was ruled out for offside. He shook his head as the flag went up but after a VAR check the goal was given and the King power erupted. The elation and cheering from his teammates was one of the highlights of the season and Iheancho’s confidence was restored. 10 goals from 26 games isn’t a bad return when you consider he is normally subbed or subbed on especially in the league. He continues to terrorise Aston Villa scoring in 3 out of 4 games against them this season and his hunger for the cups continues with goals in both competitions. He is still a full 10 years younger than Vardy and is learning lots. His vision does still let him down as his eyes for goal are normally bigger than those for passes. He will learn and he will get better and it would be a real error to let him now go as he is hitting his stride, particularly with Vardy having to be carefully managed over what could be an arduous season.

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(15)  Harvey Barnes/ age 22 – contract ends June 2024 / Games 42 – Goals 7

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Barnes development over the years is an advert about how to manage a young player into first team football whilst utilising the loan system. Building him up from League One 4 years ago to this season has seen Barnes emerge even more with goals, assists and full blooded displays that are growing. Still not entirely sure his positional play is spot on both defensively and going forward. He tends to go inside instead of wide when Chilwell or anyone is running on the flank causing them to be overwhelmed with defenders. But when Barnes is on song he is an exciting and pacey attacking option. His goal at Sheffield United was spectacular and was indicative of goals he scored on loan at West Brom, hopefully there will be more to come.

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(16)  Filip Benković/ age 23 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 1 – Goals 0 (Bristol City on loan – Games 10 – Goals 2)

Two years into his contract and with a grand total of 2 first team appearances to his name, Benkovic took a loan to Bristol and got in some much needed first team action. The Robins fans that i spoke to on social media were very impressed with his abilities and how he conducted himself. Following on from last seasons successful spell at Celtic and with centre back an area that Leicester are short on cover it seems obvious that Benkovic will finally be given opportunities in the side to prove what he can do.

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(17)  Ayoze Pérez/ age 27 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 40 – Goals 8

The most subbed player in the Prem last season (22) did just about enough to justify his large price tag. Having to play in a variety of positions behind the striker and as a striker himself, Perez was a player whose work off the ball is imperative to Rodgers style. He never switches off and is a constant nuisance to opponents. With Maddison injured at the end of the season he has played in the number 10 role even more and to great effect. Dropping in deep and drawing in defenders into unfamiliar territory. He is essentially the ideal replacement to Okazaki and offers a great deal more versatility. He is a player that Leicester will see the benefits of over the coming years.

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(18)  Daniel Amartey/ age 25 – contract ends June 2022 / Games 0 – Goals 0

A frustrating season for Amartey as he has spent much of it in the treatment room again nursing the after effects of the broken ankle he suffered during a fateful evening on the 27th October 2018. His versatility as a centre back, right back and defensive midfielder would surely have been utilised had he have been fit during the end of season injury debacle. It remains to be seen what Rodgers thinks of him but i still maintain there is a very useful player that could be a perfect foil for much of the defensive issues.

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(20)  Hamza Choudhury/ age 22 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 29 – Goals 1

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During last seasons review of Choudhury i wrote about how his tough tackling style would be a welcome addition to the side. The opposition did take umbrage though, with both Steve Bruce and Jurgen Klopp furious with the tackling that unfortuantely left players nursing injuries. Bruce’s reaction in particular was silenced with Choudhury’s first goal being a spectacular long range drive in a thumping of the Magpies. Inevitably he did succumb to his first Leicester red card, typically it was harsh and maybe his reputation is already proceeding him. Although he made 29 appearances his influence on games seemed more muted as he tries to develop different parts of his game culminating in an inevitable mistake on the last game that lead to a penalty. He and many others will need to ensure these mistakes are learned from if they are to push into the first eleven. But overall a good season of progress from Choudhury

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(21)  Ricardo Pereira/ age 26 – contract ends June 2023 / Games 32 – Goals 4

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Whilst the media is bowled over with the talents of Alexander-Arnold, the other best right back in the league quietly goes about his business. Notching in goals and creating chances. His weaving runs forward have added another dimension to the attack causing left sides of oppositions to second guess their set up. Defensively he is also outstanding with the 3rd most tackles & the joint leading last man tackles in the league. Those stats are even more outstanding when you consider he missed a quarter of the season. Although he too suffered from a loss of form in the new year, he was still one of the brighter sparks during the poor run. His absence was most felt during project restart and with his absence extended to October, Leicester are going to struggle to find a replacement that offers the same dynamic ability down the right flank. In the same way that Liverpool would struggle massively without Alexander-Arnold, the full back positions are becoming key positions in the modern game.

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(22)  Matty James/ age 29 – contract ends June 2021 / Games 1 – Goals 0

It makes depressing reading but Matty James has made 2 appearances in 2 years. In fact only once in the last 5 season has James managed more than 1 appearance a season. His injury problems continue to blight his career and with one year left of his current deal its hard to see a promising future for James at Leicester.

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(23)  Adrien Silva/ age 31 – contract ends June 2021 / MONACO loan Games 20 – Goals 0

Can you believe it was 3 years ago that Leicester signed Adrien Silva? This season he simply carried on his loan spell at Monaco for a full season where his 20 games were cut short by the pandemic. Just like Slimani, Silva may do the sensible thing and leave permanently instead of risking being an out of contract 32 year old in a years time.

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(24)  Nampalys Mendy/ age 28 – contract ends August 2020 / Games 8 – Goals 0

After a promising season in 2018/19, Mendy reverted back to type and played much of the season as a bit part player. Rodgers didn’t cast him aside and kept him around to make some key starts. Mendy though is a defensive midfielder in every sense of the word, amassing a grand total of 3 shots in all of his Premier League games. His job is to break up play and support the defence, but with Ndidi filling the role and other such players as Choudhury and Praet available its surprising that Mendy played much football at all. With a dearth of players in this position it would be surprising if he was offered a contract.

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(25)  Wilfred Ndidi/ age 23 – contract ends June 2024 / Games 23 – Goals 2ndidi

The most sought after defensive midfielder in English football bar none. The comparison with Kante continues as Ndidi continues to bully and dominate games with his powerful and tough tackling style. Once again he sits near the top of the ‘most tackles’, ‘most fouls committed’ and ‘most interceptions’ tables. Never does a game pass him by and rarely does an opponent get past him easily without a battle. The final piece in the jigsaw needs to be his attacking presence. He got his customary couple of goals early in the season when goals were flying in. But the goals soon stopped after this. Not that it is Ndidi’s responsibility, but it is time for him and a few others to start aiming higher with their attacking contributions to the team, because when Vardy isn’t scoring the team normally isn’t doing well.

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(26) Dennis Praet/ age 26 – contract ends June 2024 – Games 36 Goals 1

A very sensible signing as Praet has proved to be a very adept central midfielder showing qualities both going forward and defensively. His ability to read a game is perhaps his biggest attribute (watch a sublime pass he makes at Brentford that rips straight through The Bees tight backline). Although his appearances are high, he has had to be content with being a substitute on a number of occasions. His dynamism will stand him in good stead and extended runs in the side will cause him no issues.

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(27)  Fousseni Diabaté/ age 24 – contract ends June 2022 /(AMIENS loan Games 17 – Goals 2)

Not much is known about his spell in Amiens but Diabate is at least playing football. His touches of flair when we did see him were impressive but that was 2 years ago and there seems to no sign of him returning anytime soon. That said, with more games to manage next season, Diabate may be given more consideration.

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(28)  Christian Fuchs/ age 34 – contract ends June 2021 / Games 17 – Goals 0

Ultimately a very sage decision to keep the ever dependable left back on the books or this season as he doubled his tally of appearances in Chilwell’s absence. How solid he now is defensively is open for debate but the extension he has been given till 2021 is for a number of reasons. Young Luke Thomas and even James Justin will need a mentor and if Ben Chilwell does leave then their could be a real hole in the full back position. Regardless of that ‘No Fuchs Given’.

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(29) Ryan Bennett/ age 30 – loan from Wolves / Games 5 – Goals 0

Bennett’s loan signing exemplified a lack of movement in January and ultimately reeked of a desperate signing during the window. in 1 of his 5 games he looked decent as a no-nonsense, hard working defender. He was utilised in a back 4 and a back 3 with various partners during their late season injury crisis. But he was ultimately caught out of position too often. One has to ask why Benkovic was allowed to go on loan when he clearly would have played a part in proceedings.

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(31)  Rachid Ghezzal/ age 28 – Contract ends June 2022/ (FIORENTINA loan Games 21 – Goals 1)

Another player signed for big money and farmed out on loan whilst still eating at the Leicester wage bill. Difficult to see him being brought back into the fold. With 2 years left on his contract another loan spell looks likely.

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(35)  Eldin Jakupović/ age 35 – contract ends June 2021/ Games 0

Over 2 years since he last played in a Leicester shirt. Sometimes moonlights as an international hitman……maybe………That’s all i’ve got.

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(37) Andy King/ age 31 – released /(RANGERS & HUDDERSFIELD loan spells Games 19 – Goals 0)

Disappointingly for everyone, the last game that this Leicester history maker played in for the club was THAT cup defeat to Newport in 2019. He endured a disappointing time at at Rangers before Christmas. When asking Huddersfield fans what they made of King’s contribution on loan it varied between ‘meh!’ & ‘disappointed’. Its a shame that post being a Premier League champion that King’s career has gone like this, unable to carve a niche as either a defensive, attacking or creative midfielder. King needs to find his football identity again before it is too late. It seems certain that the best he will be able to get in the UK will be Championship level unless a career abroad is feasible. Wherever he goes i and many others wish him well and thank him for everything he’s done for the club.

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Luke Thomas/ age 19 – Contract ends June 2021/ Games 3 – Goals 0

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Potentially thrust into the first team earlier than anyone would expect, 19-year old Thomas started with an assured debut setting up Perez’s opener and earning a clean sheet. Then a mistake at Spurs cost him dearly before a brave performance against Manchester United. Next season’s destination for Thomas will depend entirely on whether a certain other left-back stays.

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George Hirst/ age 21 – Contract ends undisclosed/ Games 2 – Goals 0

Sheffield Wednesday will be bitter to see Hirst turn out in a Leicester shirt given the way his departure to Leuven happened. Especially when he joined the Foxes and dodged a large transfer fee. Striker options are both slim and interesting at Leicester. If they don’t get in any transfer targets then Hirst will have to be promoted into the first team squad. Most likely the tall striker will be going on loan for a season.

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Daniel Iversen/ age 23 – contract ends June 2025/ ROTHERHAM loan – Games 38

Going under the radar in a League One season that was curtailed but ultimately ended in promotion for the Yorkshire club. Many Rotherham fans would have him back in a heartbeat and with the club playing Championship football it may be an ideal fit for another season of Iversen’s development.

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Josh Knight/ age 22 – contract ends June 2021/ PETERBOROUGH loan – Games 8 Goals 0

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Bartosz Kapustka/ age 23 – contract ends June 2021 – Games 0 Goals 0

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Layton Ndukwu/ age 21 – contract ends June 2022 (Southend loan – Games 10 Goals 0)


Admiral Muskwe/ age 21 – contract expired (Swindon Town loan – Games 5 Goals 0)


Ryan Loft / age 22 – contract expired (Carlisle United loan – Games 35 – 6 Goals)


Sam Hughes / age 23 – contract ends June 2021 – unconfirmed (Salford City loan – Games 10 Goals 0


Kamal Sowah / age 20 – contract ends June 2022 (OH Leuven loan – Games 29 Goals 5)


For a the complete review of the 2019/20 season head here – https://lcfc1884site.wordpress.com/2020/08/02/leicester-city-season-review-2019-2020/

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