LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)-The Foxes are facing a bottom-three finish just seven years after beating 5000-1 odds to win the championship.
Last Monday at Craven Cottage, the away section erupted in boos when the halftime siren blew. While hardly attempting to enter the penalty area of the opposition, Leicester’s traveling fans had just witnessed their team handing Fulham three goals.
It was intended for this to be the turning point in a miserable season. Instead, it was yet another blow to the Foxes, who were already in danger of being demoted.
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When Andrea Bocelli performed Nessun Dorma at the King Power Stadium nearly seven years ago, those same fans were gathered there eagerly awaiting their chance to hold the Premier League trophy.
These supporters had also just enjoyed an FA Cup victory at Wembley, a Champions League quarterfinal, and frequent Europa League games.
Now, Leicester will trade night outs at the Wanda Metropolitano for a quick stop at Taunton Dean services on the way to Plymouth Argyle, barring an incredible turnaround in their next three games.