Leicester city move closer to clinching the English Premier League after consistent performances that has produced a fairly tale season for the foxes.
Should Tottenham lose to Chelsea on Monday, Leicester City would lift the trophy for the first time in history.
Leicester city coach would even miss the crucial encounter due to a planned flight.
“I’d like to watch the game but I am on a flight back from Italy,” Claudio Ranieri said.
“I want to meet my mother, who is 96 years old, and go for lunch with her. I fly back at the same time as the match. So I wont know the result. But when we land, I will hear,” the Italian coach added.
The coach would likely be met by over-joyed fans if Chelsea do Leicester City the favour of defeating the unpredictable spurs.
The fairytale season at Leicester City is in sharp contrast with the protests at the emirates as they seek for a change as it makes it 12 years since The Gunners lifted the English Premier League. Wenger, though confident of his position at the club next season, wants Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandoski to add to his attacking options ahead of next season title chase. Continue reading →