- Players Leicester City do not want to fly to Cardiff for the away game
Players Leicester City do not want to fly to Cardiff for the away game
31 October 2018 16:09
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Leicester City next Saturday, not by plane but by bus to the uitduel with Cardiff City. It is the first match for the club since the death of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
The players of Leicester find a flight “too intense” after Srivaddhanaprabha last weekend died in a helikopterongeluk, report various British media on Wednesday. Therefore, they explain the distance of some 250 kilometres to the town in Wales prefer to be on the road.
Tuesday it was announced that Cardiff-Leicester en route. The players voted unanimously for the continuation of the contest. The League Cup game between Leicester and Southampton on Tuesday, was cancelled because of the tragedy, as well as matches of the second team (against Jong Feyenoord) and the team.