We don't go about our business quietly at Leicester City do we? Drama, disaster, promotion, relegation, titles, administration, rich, poor . . and so on. We are very fortunate to be on this roller coaster, despite the tragic events of last weekend. There are a lot of clubs that just exist year after year. The next dramatic moment we experience will be all the more emotive for what happened last Saturday evening. So, as we begin to come to terms with a future without our owner and leader, what's going to happen next? The main thing will be what happens with the ownership. We can assume that things won't change much, but there are a lot of assumptions there. Who knows who inherits what Vichai has left behind? We know that Top is tied into the club but, when the dust settles, will he have other more pressing business priorities on the other side of the world? What if the rest of his family don't want to do Leicester City any more? Who could blame them? We were about to send the diggers into Seagrave to build our sensational new £120m training facility. We were also about to unveil our plans to massively renovate the stadium at a cost at least as much as this. Will this ever happen now? Or will they become more of those 'plans' that the club has had (Beaumont Leys, Bede Island) that never go beyond the dream stage? We have a manager that was hanging onto his role by his fingertips. A squad that seemed pretty disjointed and unhappy at times. And a fan base that had gone very quiet at home games over the last year or so. Will the loss of Vichai inspire the manager, players and fans to come together again and become that fearsome unit that we know can deliver extraordinary things? I do hope so. But when life settles down again in a few weeks time, will anything tangible really have changed there? I think that we're at another one of those really big moments in our history that we'll look back upon in one of two ways. Either the end or an era or the start of one.