Why the Leicester City squad has 'an unwavering togetherness'

Posted February 13, 2017

He further hinted that the Champions League campaign, which has been the one saving grace of the season so far, must be sacrificed, with staying in the Premier League such a grave concern.

LEICESTER chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha looked pretty angry during Leicester's 2-0 loss to Swansea at Liberty Stadium.

"Getting behind the team and showing a real positive attitude towards supporting the team", the coach stressed.

Under-pressure Claudio Ranieri says Leicester City have two major problems - they are conceding goals and can not score at the other end.

"Of course I must change something because it's not possible to continue in this way". Since it became clear that Leicester could not play in the same way without his super-human energy in midfield, Ranieri has been unable to find an alternative.

Assessing why defending champion Leicester City has skidded so close to the relegation spots may start with the loss of N'Golo Kante, but many more factors are in play.

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Swansea landed another blow in first-half stoppage time after a slick one-touch move involving Tom Carroll, Fernando Llorente and Sigurdsson. Manchester City would trim Chelsea's lead to eight points by beating Bournemouth on Monday in the final game of the 25th round of fixtures. There's sure to be a nervy atmosphere in South Wales.

Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson's sweet volley put the hosts ahead and left-back Martin Olsson blasted a second to clinch their fourth win in six league games under new manager Paul Clement.

His predecessor Bob Bradley lasted only 85 days in the job, losing seven of his 11 games in charge and conceding 29 goals in the process.

Martin Olsson's goal came from more of a team move, with Fernando Llorente and Gylfi Sigurdsson combining to send the Sweden worldwide through down the left.

45+2' - GOAL! Swansea 2-0 Leicester. The Liverpool game proves we can compete with these so called "bigger clubs" and money won't buy City an easy ride against an in form Swans team.

Swansea are now in 15th spot and sit wedged in between Bournemouth and Middlesbrough on 24 points, not four points out of the drop zone. We looked down and out, bottom with just 12 points when he came in on the day we beat Crystal Palace.