Leicester City Next Season – Chapter 2?
The Leicester City fairy tale had the happy ending that no-one really expected.
So much so, that Leicester City ex-player, self-pronounced superfan and MOTD presenter, Gary Lineker, has promised to present the first show of the new season in just his pants
With Leicester now in Europe, could they actually go all the way? Its likely they’ll meet a Barcelona or Bayern Munich on the way, but they’re still relatively unknown, so could they’re direct playing style surprise the big guys?
Only 2 Premier League teams beat them in the league this season, but Ranieri appeared to forfeit the knockout cup tournaments. So how will he cope next season with the added Champions League? Will Ranieri now try to strengthen his squad to deal with the Domestic and European cups or will he go for the Premier League double?
This season was such a shock that next season still seems just as confusing. Kante, Mahrez and Vardy were largely unknown last year and Leicester might have a fight on their hands keeping their best players. Rumours already abound with Mahrez and Kante being pursued by Man Utd and Arsenal.
So was it a one-off, or can Leicester City take this dream further into fantasy land? Or will it all come tumbling down in the upcoming 16/17 season?
We want to know! So William Hill have kindly set up a number of markets to show Leicester’s mettle …or question their longevity. Amazingly, becoming the Champions League winner is only 66/1. To think they were 5000/1 to win the league this season! Winning one of the domestic cups is 14/1 whilst staying in next season’s top 4 is just 8/1. Most noticeably, some think that Leicester won’t be able to duplicate anything next season and they’re only 16/1 to be relegated. If that happens, it might be more amazing than this season’s story
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2016/17 Champions League Winner 66/1
2016/17 Premier League Top 4 Finish 8/1
2016/17 To Be Relegated 16/1
2016/17 To Qualify For The Champions League Knockout Stages EVENS
2016/17 FA Cup Winner 14/1
2016/17 Capital One Cup Winner 14/1