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Entire team of Leicester departs after match of the coming weekend to Thailand for a funeral owner

The selection of Leicester City leaves the Saturday after the match at Cardiff City to Thailand for the funeral of the Thai owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. “We are a close-knit group and really become a family thanks to Vichai. For us it is therefore very important to be present in Thailand,” said striker Jamie vardy granted against Sky Sports.

The 60-year-old Srivaddhanaprabha came to life when the helicopter, which him Saturday as usual at the King Power stadium a month, after a duel with West Ham United crashed. None of the five occupants survived the crash.

“We think that Vichai had wanted that we would play football, and therefore football, we for him,” explains vardy granted. The Thai billionaire was very popular in Leicester. “It will be a very emotional match and we will fight for a good result to the name of Vichai honor.”

The funeral will begin Saturday in Bangkok and lasts, as usual in Thailand, about a week.

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