nigel pearson

Whomever the club choose to replace him has an equally considerable task ahead of them. Pearson had to go, but don't be surprised if his spectre looms ominously over the King Power Stadium in the forthcoming season.
Leicester City sacked three players on Wednesday who were caught on film taking part in a “racist orgy” on a recent club
Leicester City Football Club launched an internal investigation on Sunday following a report in the Sunday Mirror that three
With a ticket to the Premier League now worth £120million a season, thinking with a clear head is always going to be difficult for those pulling the strings at our clubs - but that's why Leicester deserve a pat on the back for their handling of Pearson.
Pearson, by his own admission may not win any popularity contests, but he should be applauded for his ability to stay strong when the world seems to be against him. This kind of resilience and unbreakable character is symptomatic of the Foxes' surge in form.
It's been a tough season for Leicester and no one knows that better than manager Nigel Pearson - not that he's doing much
Currently, there's a widespread feeling of confusion at Filbert Way. After an impressive haul of eight points against Arsenal, Everton, Chelsea, Stoke and Manchester United, the Foxes have failed to pick up more than a solitary point against less fancied outfits Crystal Palace, Burnley, Newcastle, Swansea and West Brom - as well as high-flying Southampton. Begging the question; what on earth has happened to Leicester City?
There's current a widespread feeling of confusion at Leicester's famous home, Filbert Way. After an impressive of haul of eight points against Arsenal, Everton, Chelsea, Stoke and Manchester United, the Foxes have failed to pick up more than a solitary point against less fancied outfits Crystal Palace, Burnley, Newcastle, Swansea and West Brom.
Before the match, only Didier Drogba's name drew a louder cheer than Cesc Fàbregas. By the end of it, it was the man who
Last season's dominance, Leicester, as well as being plugged as potential dark horses for next season have been slated for an immediate return to the second tier too. I would be lying if it didn't irritate me that my team has been written off by some (mostly Forest fans) before they've even really been assessed.