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Under 23s / Youth 2018/19

Skitzo

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how's Muskwe done this season would be useful if he could break through to the first team
 

Skitzo

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He got a bad injury last season and has only returned in the last few games.
ah cheers, any news on how long NDukwu is out for now I know he got a bad one this summer, had hoped he'd push on this year.

Also can whoever is running the corner routines for the U23s be promoted to the first team please
 

Skitzo

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https://www.lcfc.com/news/969948/youngster-khanya-leshabela-signs-new-deal/press-release

- Khanya Leshabela signs new three-and-a-half-year contract
- The promising young winger has impressed for the Development Squad this term
- He was included in Claude Puel’s squad for a Carabao Cup game against Southampton in November
- The South African was nominated for City’s Academy Player of the Year Award in May

The exciting 19-year-old, who joined the Foxes in 2013, has been in fine form for the Development Squad this season, with his performances earning him a place in Claude Puel’s squad for the Carabao Cup game against Southampton in November.

After an impressive campaign with Leicester City’s Under-18s last term, in which he was nominated for the Academy Player of the Year Award, the South African has continued his progression at Under-23 level this term.

He caught the eye with a stunning Premier League Cup strike against Nottingham Forest earlier in the campaign and also represented the Football Club three times in the 2016/17 UEFA Youth League.
 
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