Leicester City FC Wiki, Owner, Players Roster, Coach: Leicester City football club is one of the oldest football club of England. The club made his 14th appearance in the English Premier League in 2015–16 season after almost a decade. The LCFC has came into the limelight after held the top position in the Premier League 2015–16 table. The club is just few steps behind to create the history with winning the first Premier league title. Have a look on the Leicester City FC wiki details, players and coach.
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Leicester City which is also known as the Foxes, are one of the oldest professional club. It is based in Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. In 1884, the club was founded as Leicester Fosse and the name Leicester City was adopted in 1919.
In 1891, Leicester club moved to Filbert Street and played there for 111 years. In 2002, they moved to Walkers Stadium which were renamed as King Power Stadium after a change of ownership in 2011.
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In August 2010, the Leicester City Football Club was purchased by Thailand multinational company King Power International Group following a three-year shirt sponsorship deal.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the CEO of King Power was named chairman of Leicester city with continuing as owner while his son Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha appointed as vice-chairman.
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The Italian football manager Claudio Ranieri is the current manager of the English club Leicester City in 2015. Ranieri who previously managed many European giant clubs i.e. Napoli, Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Cheslea, Juventus, Inter Milan, Roma and man others.
In his first season as Leicester City coach, Raniere has held the club at the top of the Premier League 2015–16 season. Raniere has also worked as head coach of English giant club Chelsea from 2000 to 2004.
His first managerial position was at Campania Puteolana, a small team in Pozzuoli. In 1987, he took charge and made his name with getting them promoted to Serie A from the third division Serie C1 in successive seasons.