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  • Rodgers: “I was very pleased with tonight. The intensity and speed of our game is becoming more apparent. I said to the players the other day, the first three weeks are about fitness. But these next three weeks are about strategy”
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  • Q: Are you still looking for an attacking midfielder? Rodgers: “If ones becomes available then fantastic, if not then we’re okay. The scouts are still searching”
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  • Q: Would the club stand in his way if a massive offer came in? Rodgers: “If there’s a valuation met that pleases the ownership, then there’s a decision to be made for the player”
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  • Rodgers: “How he [Maguire] has handled it has been fantastic. But we want the best for them. Players who throw the toys out the pram and getting what they want, is not what you want to see. Harry has never wavered”
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  • Rodgers: “We have a top level player, looked at by top level clubs. I respect that because I understand why they would, but there’s been no valuation near to that that would even make Top have a look”
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  • Rodgers on Maguire: “The club is in a great state of health because there’s no pressure to sell any player. And if a player does leave Leicester City, the valuation will have to be met”
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  • BREAKING: Brendan Rodgers confirms that Jonny Evans suffered from a dead leg, and not a thigh or hamstring strain as first feared.
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  • FT: Cambridge United 0-3 Leicester City 🦊 The Foxes get their third win of pre-season under their belts. They travel to face Stoke & Rotherham on Saturday.
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  • TWO QUICK GOALS FOR CITY! A towering header from Iheanacho, and a third from Choudhury. Cambridge 0-3 City 🦊
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  • End of play at Grace Road, the Foxes have been beaten by 54 runs. Yorkshire made 255-2, with Leicestershire at 201-4. Foxes top scorer was Lewis Hill with 49.
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