Broken bones won’t stop Vardy lining up for Leicester

Manager Claudio Ranieri has said that he’s relishing the upcoming game against Norwich City at Carrow Road because the players just want to get back out there and play again following the disappointing result to Arsenal in our last match. With all opponents, I always say the name doesn’t matter.


We look risky and we look as though we’ve got goals in the team. Now it’s important not to think about worldwide break, only speak about Norwich.

While he wants to see a tighter defence from his side – Leicester have conceded 14 goals in their opening seven matches – the former Chelsea boss admits he wouldl be happy to edge another high-scoring encounter. It’s important to show a very good character there’.

“You love hearing that from a manager“, said Redmond, as quoted by the Eastern Daily Press. No clean sheets for either side suggests that there will be goals in what could be an entertaining fixture. Maybe there’s two options.

“For how well we have played, we are probably three points short of where we should be, but we are comfortable at this level”.

Meanwhile, the Foxes suffered their first defeat of the season in the hands of top team Arsenal, 2-5, at the King Power Stadium also on Saturday, as per Bleacher Report.

Predictions in the first week of October would be unwise, but Neil must surely feel that his side have the resilience to go with a few undoubted quality which will serve them well until May and if their strikers can find their form on a regular basis, a higher finish than 17th will certainly be the target. Of course I wanted players to believe they could do more.

“It will be a tough match”.

The Scot led the Canaries back to the Premier League last season just five months after moving from Hamilton, who gave him his first taste of management two years ago. The fans follow their players, but also our fans will go to Norwich’.


“It is like parents, they can advise you to do this and that but, at the end, it is your life and you have to understand in your own skill what happens in the world”.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy