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Joe_Fox

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Not really an on this day post, but felt kind of relevant. I've been ready Muzzy's autobiography. It's a good read. Who else has read it?
 

SJN-Fox

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Not really an on this day post, but felt kind of relevant. I've been ready Muzzy's autobiography. It's a good read. Who else has read it?
Yes. I have. A good read, as is Len Glover’s (if you can find it).
 

Elon Bust

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Seven years ago today Leicester City came from 2-0 down at home to beat Aston Villa 3-2, with goals from Ritchie de Laet, Jamie Vardy and Nathan Dyer, who scored the winning goal and injured himself in the process.

I was on holiday in South Korea at the time and only saw the final result. I remember thinking "Wait, is something happening here?" after realising we'd won three and drawn two of our opening five games.
 

Joe_Fox

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I recall someone saying that they had never felt so bad after that
 

Hector

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Seven years ago today Leicester City came from 2-0 down at home to beat Aston Villa 3-2, with goals from Ritchie de Laet, Jamie Vardy and Nathan Dyer, who scored the winning goal and injured himself in the process.

I was on holiday in South Korea at the time and only saw the final result. I remember thinking "Wait, is something happening here?" after realising we'd won three and drawn two of our opening five games.
I remember it well. It was the last match I was able to Attend!
 

tedfoxxx

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Oh man where did those seven years go?!

I can still hear the explosion of noise when Vardy stuck the equaliser away in front of the Kop. Magic.

I’d give anything to see that team play again.
 

TommyK

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Seven years ago today Leicester City came from 2-0 down at home to beat Aston Villa 3-2, with goals from Ritchie de Laet, Jamie Vardy and Nathan Dyer, who scored the winning goal and injured himself in the process.

I was on holiday in South Korea at the time and only saw the final result. I remember thinking "Wait, is something happening here?" after realising we'd won three and drawn two of our opening five games.
It was after that game that I out a bet on us to win the league. You could still get 1500/1.
 
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