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Leicester City

The Foxs On The Hunt
Started on 3 November 2015 by Jason Kavanagh FM
Latest Reply on 3 November 2015 by Jason Kavanagh FM
A Little bit about myself, I have been on FM Scout since 2012 and have only ever done one story. Since the work has stopped me from doing stories but I have been let go (lol). I am going try doing a story and seeing how we get on with it. I have looked at a lot of stories over the years on FM Scout and there have been some fine ones. Hope I can have a story like the rest thanks for reading and I hope use all enjoy this one.

Leicester City
The Foxs On The Hunt

Claudio Ranieri has left Leicester city today, it’s understood that Ranieri has had an ongoing Medical Problem and has been advised to take a break. It’s not understood who will be taken over at Leicester but some people are saying that Jason Kavanagh a youth coach has already put his name down and could be given the role as an interim manager.

With the season close upon us Leicester will be looking to bring someone in quick, Leicester have also said no players will be sold until this matter is resolved, and with a lot of clubs looking at Striker Jamie Vardy, will the new boss who ever he is cash in.

Jason Kavanagh Has been given the job as interim manager at Leicester City, it’s under stood that Jason has been giving a one year deal. With wages around 25k a week, he has also been given a transfer budget of 9.5 million to spend on players and whatever he makes on the sale of players is his to use also.

Kavanagh had this to say, it’s a dream to manage such a big club that is always moving up, I hope that with me we can move up together. I have a few changes and a few players that I would like to bring in and also players that will be moving on.

It’s never easy to move up in the club from the youth team to the main team, all I ask is for some time to get things started, there will be big changes and not everyone is going to be happy with the at the start, but I promise overtime use will see they were for the best.

That’s what Jason Kavanagh had to say to the fans and the press, what sort of changes is Kavanagh on about I guess we will have to wait and see, only time will tell.

Players Out

With A busy few weeks under my belt there has been a lot of players in, and 5 players out it was not easy selling some of them and I am still hearing about it now. Thinking to myself did I do the right thing? But after looking at the players I got I feel I did.

Players Out

Jamie Vardy went to Chelsea, the lad wanted to move and with Liverpool also looking at him, Chelsea Came in with 20 Million for the 28 year old striker and I could not say no, to me that was great business.

Wes Morgan went to Bristol City for 1.5 Million the caption of the club, I felt it was time for him to move on and with wages of 35k a week I need that to come down.

Leonardo Ulloa his wages were also 35k a week and I need to get that down he would not go to 20 for me so I sold him to Sampdoria, for 3.5 Million.

Andrej Kramaric I got stick for selling him also a great player but the wage was 39k a week and at 24 years of age, he still had his best years to come. He went to Hoffenham.

So some big players after leaving the club, but with the money i have got from them i have almost 45 million to spend now.
Players In

With some big names going out, i knew i needed to bring some big names in, so here they are.

Eder Balanta center back cost me 5.25 Million

Emanuel Mammana Center Back Cost Me 4.5 Million

Jonathan Calleri Striker Cost Me 5 Million

Andrija Zivkovic Winger Cost Me 975K

Alisson GoalKeeper Cost Me 5.75 Million

Breel Embolo Winger/Striker Cost Me 15 Million

Kristoffer Ajer Midfield Cost Me 1.3 Million

Please note i have got to xmas on this so will post screen shots of players and table and after that will be every 4 games thanks for reading.
[h1]Lads Here is everything up to now[1h]

Players That I have bought.
This Keeper is great, the saves that he makes are unreal, one the stand out players so far

Going be a great winger and only 19, got work perm after 130 days.

Look at his Stats and only 18

we all know about this guy

Another rock

He is 17 and look at his stats.

Was ment to be my sub striker to Embolo, but he is playing class Embolo now on wing and this guy can not stop scoring.

The Games So Far

The Table

I no the layout of this story is bad, its like that so i could catch up, the layout will be alot better from hear on out.

Emanuel Mammana late own goal denied Premier League High Flyers Leicester victory as Everton Draw Away From Home.

Steven Naismith's opener gave manager Roberto Martinez hope of a first home win since the start of November.
Sloppy defending allowed in From Jonathan Calleri to get his 17 goal of the season,, before Breel Embolo put the Home Team in front.
But Mammana turned Naismiths cross into his own net with two minutes left.
Leicester's spirited performance keeps there 7 match unbeaten run going, and will have given manager Jason Kavanagh hope that they Push for Europe.

Romelu Lukaku, who scored a hat-trick in his last game, was unable to follow that up with a goal against Leicester, although he did get a flick to Naismiths late cross before Mammana got the scoring touch.

The Belgium international had myriad chances to add to his season's tally of 13 goals, but sent the ball high over the bar from eight yards in the first half after Seamus Coleman had held off Mammana to cut the ball back, lifted a clear second-half chance too high from a lovely James McCarthy flick, and had a goal-bound header blocked in the final minutes.

Everton team-mate Ross Barkley was guilty of a bad first-half miss of his own, with Naismith getting down the right to deliver a low cross, and the ball running loose to the England midfielder to clear the crossbar after Lukaku's attempt had been blocked by Balanta.

Jeff Schlupp, denied by a great John Stones block at the end of the first half, blazed wide early in the second period after Tim Howard had parried a Matty James shot into his path.
Instead, it was the away side who scored first, as Lukaku held up Darron Gibson's pass for Naismith, who cut in on to his right foot and squeezed a shot past Mammana and Balanta, and just inside a stranded Alisson post.

But Everton's defensive vulnerability has hurt them time after time this season, and they conceded a soft equaliser as two Leicester substitutes combined within a minute of coming on.
Embolo got down the right to play in a low cross, and Calleri turned in the loose ball as Howard and Stones got into a mix-up at the near post.

The Home side were soon in front thanks to another Howard error, as the United States international keeper flapped at a Riyad Mahrez cross, and Embolo cut back for Calleri to drive in from 10 yards.
It looked as though Calleri would be the match winner, but Mammanas own goal ensured that Everton finish the weekend with a Draw.

Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku missed good first-half chances for Everton

Everton manager Roberto Martinez: "Conceding soft goals is something we addressed in our last performances. So it is disappointing that we were very soft in those two goals - as it is not us."Drawing games is frustrating but as a team we gave everything today. It's been a demanding week and we need to learn about coming back from Form this, but that is not going to happen overnight.

Leicester manager Jason Kavanagh: "It feels a bit like a defeat at the moment because their equaliser came so late but we forced the issue right to the end.
"What's needed are more wins and we will get them if we perform to that standard. We have put in some good performances that have yielded the points.

"I can't do too much about what is being speculated. I always do my job as conscientiously as I can and I will continue to do that until I am told otherwise. I'm committed to job and that's all you need to know. With Reports Of Manchester City Looking For A new Manager.

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